Radiola : the golden age of RCA, 1919-1929
Radiola was the trade name used on broadcast receivers sold by the Radio Corporation of America (RCA) in the 1920s and early 30s, a time when they were the dominant force in bringing radio into the homes and daily lives of ordinary Americans. This book documents and pictures every radio receiver and the accessories sold by RCA during that first decade, featuring nearly 700 photos of apparatus, magazine ads and promotional literature. It also contains valuable information on the companies that made equipment for RCA, including GE, Westinghouse, Wireless Specialty Apparatus and Marconi Wireless Telegraph Co.
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|Location||Call Number /
|Allens Hill Free Library||338.7 WEN (Text)