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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 May 22, 2017:

dot <- Emerson DJ-310 - Dave Meadows
dot <- Midland 10-020 (1971) - Neil Shapiro
dot <- Motorola RPA-5070A "Razor" Style (1971) - Neil Shapiro
dot <- Unknown Nobility #1 (1978) - Neil Shapiro
dot <- RCA QB55X - Birol Mehmet
dot <- Truetone D-2762 - Dave Meadows
dot <- Unknown Westinghouse #5 - Neil Shapiro

Added/updated May 11, 2017:

dot <- Sparton 67 (1935) - Richard Rodgers
dot <- Sparton 68 (1934) - Steve Wallis
dot <- Sparton 104 (1934) - Steve Wallis
dot <- Sparton 141XX (1951) - Phil Bartells
dot <- Sparton 410 Junior (1930) - Greg Bingham
dot <- Sparton 517E (1936) - Paul Sanders
dot <- Sparton 537 (1936) - Bob Masterson
dot <- Sparton 589 (1930) - Steve Wallis
dot <- Sparton 628 (1938) - Lew Magrish
dot <- Stewart Warner 03-5C1 (1939) - Jeff Moreland
dot <- Stewart Warner 07-5R5 (1940) - Lew Magrish
dot <- Stewart Warner 07-512s (1939) - Ken & Mona DeLackner
dot <- Stewart Warner 07-513H (1939) - Ken & Mona DeLackner
dot <- Stewart Warner 9160J - Bob Masterson
dot <- Stewart Warner 9164 (1952) - Jim Dennis
dot <- Stewart Warner R-1272 (1933) - Lew Magrish
dot <- Stewart Warner R-3043-A (1933) - David Martin
dot <- Stewart Warner WR-209 (1939) - David Spivey
dot <- Stromberg Carlson 58-T (1936) - Richard Rodgers
dot <- Stromberg Carlson 60 (1935) - Lew Magrish
dot <- Stromberg Carlson 60T (1934) - Richard Rodgers
dot <- Stromberg Carlson 130-J (1937) - Richard Rodgers
dot <- Stromberg Carlson 230R-1 (1937) - Paul Sanders
dot <- Stromberg Carlson 235-H (1937) - Lew Magrish
dot <- Stromberg Carlson 325-J (1938) - Richard Rodgers
dot <- Stromberg Carlson 420-H (1940) - Richard Rodgers
dot <- Stromberg Carlson 561 (1946) - Joseph Rebar
dot <- Stromberg Carlson 1100 Series 12 (1947) - Greg Plant

Added/updated May 9, 2017:

dot <- Silvertone 6252 - Steve Wallis
dot <- Silvertone 7025 (1946) - Richard Rodgers
dot <- Silvertone 8004 (1949) - Gordon Wilson
dot <- Silvertone 8051J (1948) - Steve Wallis
dot <- Silvertone 9014 - Steve Wallis
dot <- Silvertone 9073B (1950) - Richard Rodgers
dot <- Sonora Radio Speaker (1924) - Ben Martin
dot <- Sonora RZU-222 (1947) - Richard Rodgers

Added/updated May 8, 2017:

dot <- Sentinel 1U338 (1952) - Tom Albrecht
dot <- Sentinel 1U345P (1952) - Jim Dennis
dot <- Sentinel 226W (1941) - Joseph Rebar
dot <- Sentinel 312-P (1950) - Jim Dennis
dot <- Sentinel 313W (1948) - Joseph Rebar
dot <- Sentinel 332 (1949) - Joseph Rebar
dot <- Silvertone 1205 - Ben Theiss
dot <- Silvertone 1650 (1932) - Keith Park
dot <- Silvertone 1942 (1936) - Lew Magrish
dot <- Silvertone 4564 (1936) - Richard Rodgers
dot <- Silvertone 4565 (1936) - Richard Rodgers
dot <- Silvertone 4763 (1936) - Lew Magrish
dot <- Silvertone 5629 - Greg Bingham
dot <- Silvertone 6125 - Greg Bingham

Added/updated May 7, 2017:

dot <- Philco 625 (1935) - Steve Wallis
dot <- Philco A-801 (1942) - Steve Wallis
dot <- Philco B956 (1953) - Ben Martin
dot <- Philco D-661 (1956) - David Spivey
dot <- Philco G-681 (1959) - David Spivey
dot <- Philco H984 (1960) - Tom Albrecht
dot <- Philco KR3 (1942) - Jim Dennis
dot <- Philco NT-602 BK - Ben Theiss
dot <- Philco NT-900 BKG - Gordon Wilson
dot <- Philco P-1604 - Lenny Bickford
dot <- Philco PT-25 (1942) - Jim Dennis
dot <- Philco PT-26 (1940) - David Spivey
dot <- Philco PT-43 (1940) - David Spivey
dot <- Philco PT-46 (1939) - David Spivey
dot <- Philco T-67 (1963) - Ken Smith
dot <- Philco T803-124 (1959) - Ben Theiss
dot <- Philco TH-16 (1940) - Richard Rodgers

Added/updated May 3, 2017:

dot <- Telechron 8H59 (1949) - Bob Atchison
dot <- Telechron 8H67 (1948) - Ken Smith
dot <- Temple (New London) E-514 (1946) - Joseph Rebar
dot <- Toshiba 6TP-309A - Ben Theiss
dot <- Toshiba 6TP-385 - Ben Theiss
dot <- Trav-Ler 5061 (1950) - Jeff Moreland
dot <- Trav-Ler 5170 (1949) - Ben Martin


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