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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 2, 2015:

dot <- Andrea T-UI5 (1947) - John Hufnagel
dot <- Bogen RR29W (1955) - John Hufnagel
dot <- Clipper 224 (1939) - Atenciosamente Moraes
dot <- FADA 209 - David Martin
dot <- FADA 352J - Bob Masterson
dot <- FADA 605 (1946) - Jim Dennis
dot <- FADA 652 Temple - Bob Masterson
dot <- FADA 740 (1947) - Richard Rodgers
dot <- FADA 790 (1949) - David Spivey
dot <- FADA 790 Series B (1949) - Phil Bartells
dot <- FADA 845 (1946) - David Spivey
dot <- FADA 845 (1946) - David Spivey
dot <- FADA 1000 (1946) - Lew Magrish
dot <- FADA 1000 (1945) - David Spivey
dot <- FADA 1005 (1947) - David Martin
dot <- FADA P-100 (1946) - Lee Winsor
dot <- FADA P-111 (1950) - Lee Winsor
dot <- FADA S-46B (1936) - Tim Moen
dot <- General Electric G-77 (Canada) (1938) - Bill Whalen
dot <- Philco 38-26XX - John Hufnagel
dot <- Phonola 40-U51-P2 - Adrian Ames
dot <- Pilot K-115 DC Super Wasp - John Hufnagel
dot <- Zenith 11-S-474 (1940) - Corey GIlley

Added/updated April 28, 2015:

dot <- Crosley A2466 (Made in Canada) (1946) - Bob Johnston
dot <- General Electric JK-126 (1940) - Kevin Christopher
dot <- Marconi 264 (1947) - Kevin Christopher
dot <- Philco 39-3A5 (1938) - Kevin Christopher
dot <- Philco 90X (1932) - John Hufnagel
dot <- RCA AVR-11 (1936) - Tom Wachtelhausen
dot <- Silvertone 4424 (1936) - Kevin Christopher
dot <- Sparton 620 (1930) - Kevin Christopher
dot <- Unknown Oregonian #1 - Gene Bunnell


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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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