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Here are all the radios published to the Archives or updated in the past 30 days or so.  Mouse-over the dot next to the model number to see a thumbnail image of the radio.  Click on the dot to go to a new page with photograph(s) of the radio.


Added/updated September 16, 2014:

dot <- Admiral 248 (1958) - Allen Chiang
dot <- Columbia C-33 (1932) - Scott MacWilliam
dot <- Cossor 483 - Phil Hall
dot <- Emerson FV-426 - Michael Adams
dot <- General Electric 477 (1954) - Allen Chiang
dot <- Lafayette D15 (1936) - Kevin Christopher
dot <- Magnavox R-5 (1957) - Allen Chiang
dot <- Marconi 254FM (1950) - Kevin Christopher
dot <- Panasonic RC-70 - Michael Adams
dot <- Philco PT-4 (1947) - Allen Chiang
dot <- RCA 6-C-5 (1956) - Allen Chiang
dot <- Sears Com/Trek IX - Michael Adams
dot <- Telefunken Atlanta 101 - John Hufnagel
dot <- Trav-Ler T-204 (1959) - Allen Chiang
dot <- Triangle Imperial - Phil Hall
dot <- Troy 77 - Richard Adams
dot <- Truetone D-2801 (1958) - Allen Chiang

Added/updated August 31, 2014:

dot <- American Bosch 430-T (1936) - Richard Rodgers
dot <- American Bosch 565 - Ron Potter

Added/updated August 30, 2014:

dot <- Airline 35BR-1542A (1953) - Ken Smith
dot <- Airline 62-310 (1938) - Lew Magrish
dot <- Airline 62-425 (1937) - David Martin
dot <- Airline 62-425 (1937) - Ben Martin
dot <- Airline GKM703 (1950-51) - Ben Martin
dot <- Aiwa AR-141 (1970) - Ken Smith
dot <- American Bosch 200 (1932) - Lew Magrish
dot <- American Bosch 460 (1935) - Lew Magrish
dot <- American Bosch Ambotone - Ron Potter
dot <- Amplex Harmono-Sonic - Tom Harris
dot <- Aria 135E (1938) - Paul Sanders
dot <- Arrow 623 (1973) - Joseph Rebar
dot <- Arvin 440 (1950) - Tom Harris
dot <- Freed-Eisemann 78 or 79 - Bruce Risley
dot <- Jewel 915 - Bruce Risley
dot <- Minerva 411 (1947) - Bruce Risley
dot <- Motorola 61L2 (1951) - Bruce Risley
dot <- Packard-Bell 48H - Bruce Risley
dot <- Troy 825 - Bruce Risley
dot <- Westinghouse H350T - Bruce Risley
dot <- Unknown Airline #16 (1940) - Richard Rodgers
dot <- Unknown Webcor #1 - Bruce Risley

Added/updated August 29, 2014:

dot <- Airline 14BR-525A (1941) - Tom Hayes
dot <- Airline 14WG-628A (1941) - Richard Rodgers
dot <- Airline 25WG-1570B (1952) - Ken Smith

Added/updated August 28, 2014:

dot <- Apex 33DC (1932) - Kevin Christopher
dot <- Crosley T60-RD (1959) - Allen Chiang
dot <- DeForest Crosley 506A (1933) - Kevin Christopher
dot <- General Electric T-230C (1961) - Allen Chiang
dot <- Marconi 439 (1958) - Kevin Christopher
dot <- Philco 37-361 - Kevin Christopher
dot <- RCA 8-C-7 (1956) - Allen Chiang
dot <- Serenader 506-6 (1947) - Kevin Christopher
dot <- Unknown Skyrover #1 (1940s) - Allen Chiang


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When cabinet material or color differences are apparent or suspected  in donated photos, I have included additional photos of certain model numbers.  Due to time constraints, I must rely entirely on the accuracy of information supplied by contributors with their photographs.  As such, no guarantee is made that the model numbers presented here are correct.

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