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George H. Clark   George H. Clark Radioana Collection
c. 1880 - 1950

By Robert S. Harding, 1990
Revised by Robert S. Harding, 2001
Archives Center, National Museum of American History, Smithsonian Institution
© 2001 by the Smithsonian Institution. All rights reserved.

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Container List, Lettered Series

Go to Numbered Series Descriptions 1-50, 51-100, 101-150, 151-233; Lettered Series Descriptions

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Series A: THOMAS COKE KNIGHT RCA PHOTOGRAPHS, ca. 1902-1950
A complete item level finding aid for this series is available in the Archives Center.

Subseries 1: Wireless
Box Folder Contents Green numbers
on photoprints
405 1 Nathan Stubblefield 1-14
  2 Early Marconi apparatus, tests and stations 15-85
  3 Early Wireless apparatus, tests and stations 86-143
  4 Crystal sets 144-172
  5 Weagant apparatus 173-176
  6 Fessenden apparatus and stations 177-184
  7 Wavemeters 185-190
  8 Wireless aboard ship to 1910 191-201
  9 Radio aboard ship, 1910-1920 202-221
406 1 Navy Apparatus 222-292
  2 Alternator 293-298
  3 Motor Generator 299-302
  4 Marconi Co., plants and apparatus, 1915-1920 303-322
  5 negatives (1) 236;238-241; 287; 292; 297 & 298
  6 negatives (2) 303-315

Subseries 2: Early Radio
Box Folder Contents Green numbers
on photoprints
406 7 Radiotelephone Tests 323-326A
  8 Early radio, miscellaneous 327-351
407 1 Amateur radio operators 352-379
neg #s: 355, 360, 364, 366, 367, 368
  2 Radio compass 380-401A
  3 Radio aboard ship, shipboard wireless operating rooms, 1920 and later 402-473
  4 Radio schools 474-504
  5 Early broadcasts 505-514
  6 Short wave beam system (Marconi) 515-519
  7 Short wave apparatus 520-540
408 1 Phonographs 541-605
  2 Marine Transmitters 606-612
Neg #s: 613 & 614

Subseries 3: Broadcasting
Box Folder Contents Green numbers
on photoprints
408 3 RCA Messengers 615-626
  4 KDKA 627-641
  5 Broadcasting studios 642-692
  6 WJZ Control Room, New York 693-696
  7 Aeolian Building 697-728
409 1 Bound Brook, New Jersey 729-794
  2 66 Broad St., New York 795-828
  3 WGY, Schenectady, New York 830-848
  4 Miscellaneous broadcasting stations 849-858
  5 Control rooms 859-879
  6 Sound effects 880-884
  7 Microphones 885-899
410 1 Transmitting apparatus 900-946
  2 Panels 947-958
  3 Performators 959-961
  4 Line amplifiers 962-968
  5 Line repeaters 970-978
  6 Magnetic modulators 979-981
  7 Super 982-990

Subseries 4: Radiolas
Box Folder Contents Green numbers
on photoprints
410 8 Early receivers 991-1031
  9 Superheterodynes 1032-1066; missing 1040, contains 1 negative
411 1 Radiolas, Models II - IX 1067-1104
  2 Radiolas, Models X - 20B 1105-1144
  3 Radiolas, Models 21-25 1145-1172
  4 Radiolas, Model 26 1173-1200; contains 1 negative
  5 Radiolas, Model 28 1201-1238
412 1 Radiolas, Models 30-67 1239-1279
  2 RCA Victor Models 1280-1299
  3 Miscellaneous Radiolas 1300-1372
413 1 Brunswick Radiolas 1373-1428
  2 Unidentified Radiolas 1429-1477; first two images are unnumbered

Subseries 5: Loudspeakers
Box Folder Contents Green numbers
on photoprints
414 1 UZ-1320 Loudspeaker 1478-1493
  2 100 Loudspeaker 1494-1510
  3 100A Loudspeaker & others 1511-1541
  4 104 Loudspeaker 1542-1560
  5 Loudspeaker in home setting 1561-1582
  6 Miscellaneous loudspeakers 1583-1629
415 1 Speaker cabinets 1630-1644

Subseries 6: Radio Components (alphabetical)
Box Folder Contents Green numbers
on photoprints
415 2 A.C. Package 1645-1648
  3 Amplifiers 1649-1667
  4 Antennas 1668-1674
  5 Battery compartments 1675-1683
  6 Battery eliminator 1684-1686
  7 Chokes 1687-1690
  8 Coils 1691-1705
  9 Condensers 1706-1733
  10 Duo-rectron 1734-1741
416 1 Elimination B 1742
  2 Grid Leaks 1743-1744
  3 Headphones 1745-1747
  4 Inductances 1748-1752
  5 Meters 1753-1755
  6 Outlet transformers 1756-1757
  7 Oscillators 1758-1764
  8 Plugs 1765-1766
  9 Rheostats 1767-1770
  10 Socket adapters 1771-1774
  11 Switches 1775-1784
  12 Transformers 1785-1800
  13 Tubes: WD11-UX874 [organized by Raditron numbers] 1801-1904
417 1 Tubes - miscellaneous 1905-1922
  2 Tubes - unidentified; missing 1941, one image numbered between 1942 & 1943 1923-1949
  3 Uni-rectron 1950-1957
  4 Uni & Duo rectron, unidentified 1958-1965
  5 Vacuum arrester 1966

Subseries 7: Marketing Radio
(Consists primarily of RCA publicity shots demonstrating the versatility and utility of radio)
Box Folder Contents Green numbers
on photoprints
417 6 Superhetrodynes in the home 1967-1987
  7 Radiolas in the home [organized by model number] 1988-2077
418 1 Radiolas in the home - unidentified 2078-2110
  2 Advertising copy 2111-2134
  3 Aircraft radio 2135-2144
  4 Car radio 2145-2177
419 1 Radio aboard ship [listening to radio on ship N operating rooms] 2178-2204
  2 Radio in the hospital 2205-2210
  3 The Radiola House 2211-2226
  4 Radio on trains 2227-2276
  5 Radio stores 2277-2283
  6 Uses of radios 2284-2287

Subseries 8: Shore Stations
(Including Marine and Point-to-Point)
Box Folder Contents Green numbers
on photoprints
420 1 Arlington 2288-2297
  2 Bush Terminal, Brooklyn, New York 2298-2303
  3 Belfast, Maine 2304-2307
  4 Chatham, Massachusetts 2308-2314
  5 Marion, Massachusetts 2315-2341
  6 New Brunswick, New Jersey 2342-2354
  7 Riverhead, Long Island 2355-2394
421 1 Rocky Point, Long Island 2397-2442
  2 Stavanger 2443-2447
  3 Tuckerton 2448-2465
  4 United Fruit Company, Santa Marta 2466-2470
  5 Miscellaneous stations 2471-2547
422 1 Miscellaneous shore stations 2548-2567

Subseries 9: Research and Manufacturing
Box Folder Contents Green numbers
on photoprints
422 2 Manufacturing 2568-2611
  3   2612-2668
423 1 RCA Research Department, apparatus 2669-2689
  2 Research 2690-2752
  3 Tube testing 2753-2803
424 1   2804-2842
  2 Van Cortland Park, RCA 2843-2846
  3   2847-2869

Subseries 10: Innovations after 1920
Box Folder Contents Green numbers
on photoprints
424 4 Electric Organ 2870-2874
  5 Hewlett loudspeaker 2875-2886
  6 Pallophtophone 2887-2894
425 1 Photo Radio 2895-2942
  2   2943-2964
  3 Television [includes Cathode Ray Oscilliograph] 2966-3030
426 1 Projectors 3031-3090
  2 Theremin 3091-3094

Subseries 11: Exhibitions/Radio Shows
Box Folder Contents Green numbers
on photoprints
426 3 Grand Central Palace, New York September, 1925 3095-3104
  4 New York City 1926 & 1927 3105-3122
  5 Boston, Philadelphia, Syracuse, 1927 3123-3131
427 1 Chicago, 1927 & 1929 3132-3148
  2 New York, 1929 & 1930 3149-3162
  3 Jersey City, 1930 3163-3180
  4 326 Broadway, New York; Atlantic City, NJ; Hartford, CT 3181-3197
  5 Radio Compass 3198-3205
  6 Photophone, Photoradio 3206-3213
  7 Centralized Radio, ca. 1930 3214-3218
  8 Individual Components 3219-3223
  9 Tubes 3224-3232
428 1 Posters 3233-3243
  2 Oversized display models 3244-3254
  3 Miscellaneous 3255-3329

Subseries 12: Portraits
Box Folder Contents Number of items
428 4 Alexanderson 17 images
  5 Armstrong 3 images
429 1 DeForest 20 images
  2 Fessenden 5 images, 1 negative
  3 Hertz 1 image
  4 Marconi 49 images, 8 negatives
  5 RCA executives, miscellaneous 20 images
  6 Sarnoff 29 images
  7 Steinmetz 1 image
  8 Technicians & inventors, miscellaneous 13 images, 1 negative
430 1 #392-1495 98 images
  2 #1643-2749 98 images
431 1 #2751-3237 80 images
  2 Unidentified photographs with no #s 47 images
  3   27 images
  4 Negatives with numbers 26 images
432 1 Un-numbered folder 32 images

Subseries 13: Miscellaneous and Unidentified
Box Folder Contents Number of items
432 2 Camden Victrola Works, New Jersey 7 images
  3 Offices - miscellaneous 10 images, 15 negatives
  4 Buildings - miscellaneous 24 images, 5 negatives
  5 Medals, awards 10 images, 4 negatives
433 1 Unidentified apparatus 10 images, 1 negative
  2 Miscellaneous 9 images, 27 negatives
  3 Not relevant to radio 13 images

Subseries 14: Diagrams
Box Folder Contents Number of items
433 4 Maps, charts, and diagrams 38 images
  5 Diagrams, RCA 184 - RCA 257 19 negatives
434 1 Diagrams, RCA 258 - RCA 569 18 negatives
  2 Diagrams, RCA 576A - RCA 717 18 negatives
  3 Diagrams, RCA 722 - RCA 940 16 negatives
  4 Diagrams, RCA 980 - RCA 2088 15 negatives
  5 No numbers 21 negatives
    Robert S. Harding 7/16/93 Total: 4,180 images

Series B: GEORGE H. CLARK RADIOANA COLLECTION OF PHOTOGRAPHS BY CLASS OR SERIES
This series consists of photgraphs removed from the main body of the Clark Radioana Collection by the Division of Electricity, NMAH, for microfilming. This task was not accomplished. They are filed by the "class' or series from which they were removed. They have Clark's Navy filing system number on them. Not all series are represented.
Box Class or Series
435 4, 5
436 6
437 7, 8, 9, 10, 14, 18, 19, 20, 21
438 23, 24, 25, 26
439 21, 32, 33, 34
440 37, 38, 39
441 41, 43, 45, 46
442 48, 49, 50, 51
443 52, 53, 59, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64
444 66, 67, 69, 71, 72
445 73, 74, 75, 76, 77
446 78, 79
447 85, 87, 92, 93, 98, 100, 101, 102, 114, 116, 126, 134, 135, 136, 139, 142, 143
448 146, 149, 151, 152, 169, 173, 174, 188, 223, 226

Series C: CLARK UNORGANIZED AND/OR DUPLICATE PHOTOGRAPHS
Box Folder Contents Dates
449 1 Box 1; Palla Photophone  
  2 Box 1; Photo negatives  
  3 Box 9; Photos  
  4 Box 10; Navy equipment  
  5 Box 19; Equipment  
  6 "Wooden Box" Equipment  
  7 Marconi - images regarding World's Fair, New York, 1939-1940  
  8 & 9 Thomas Coke Knight photos  
450 1 from Box 1  
  2 from Box 17  
  3 from Box 17; young ladies dancing with radio  
  4 from Box IV; Radio consoles  
  5 & 6 unidentified  
451 1 G.H. Clark photos RCA # 785-826  
  2 G.H. Clark photos RCA # 1989-1991  
  3 G.H. Clark photos RCA # 2001-2083  
  4 G.H. Clark photos RCA # 2112-2178  
  5 G.H. Clark photos RCA # 2203-2279  
  6 G.H. Clark photos RCA # 2335-2452  
  7 G.H. Clark photos RCA # 9851-9872  
  8 G.H. Clark photos RCA # 24033-24536  
  9 G.H. Clark photos RCA # 90055-92025  
  10 Unidentified photos by Thomas Coke Knight  
452 1 Amateur Radio  
  2 - 5 Broadcasting  
  6 Radio in classroom and hospital  
  7 Laboratories and Factories  
  8 RCA Museum Artifacts  
  9 Unorganized & unidentified photos  
453 1 Television 1929-1938
  2 First Victor Hand-driven Model  
  3 Alexanderson TV 1926-1928
  4 Jenkins Television 1928-1932
  5   1928-1948
454 1 Photographs: Index  
  2 DeForest 1904-1939
  3 Marconi 1899-1937
  4 Marconi (2) 1905-1937
  5 Marconi (3) 1898-1944
455 1 - 6 Photographs  
  7 duplicates  
456 1 Photographs - Subclass 20-C  
  2-5 Photographs  
457 1 -6 Photographs  
458 1 - 6 Photographs  
459 1 Photographs - Subclass 1B and 2B  
  2 Photographs - Subclass 9A  
  3 Photographs - Subclass 17B (No. 1)  
  4 Photographs - Subclass 17B (No. 2)  
  5 Photographs  
  6 Photographs  
460 1 -5 Photographs  
461 1 Photograph negatives  
  2 Photograph negatives: E.J. Nally 1919
  3 Photograph negatives: Phone in observation car 1928
  4 & 5 Photograph negatives: Dining car 1932
  6 Photograph negatives: Laurel Station Radio 1932
  7 Photograph negatives: Beltsville, MD station 1932
  8 Photograph negatives: Dining car interior 1932
  9 Photograph negatives: photo of electric spark 1933
  10 Photograph negatives: Bailey Electric spark 1933
  11 Photograph negatives: New teletype machine 1945
  12 Photograph negatives: Old Radio 1945
  13 Photograph negatives: Radio & Telephone equipment 1946
  14 Photograph negatives: First Telephone on Royal Blue 1947
  15 Photograph negatives: Telegraph Office 1950
  16 Photograph negatives: Teletype Machine 1950
  17 Photograph negatives: Train Radio install 1951
  18 Photograph negatives: Multiple transmitter 1951
  19 Photograph negatives: Telephone on Capitol Ltd. 1952
462 1 - 10 Photographic negatives n.d.
463 1-4 Photographs n.d.
464 1 - 3   n.d.
O/S 465   miscellaneous photographs & negatives n.d.
466 1 & 2 Photograph Album n.d.
467 1 & 2 Clark apparatus, photographs and negatives n.d.
  3-7 Photographs n.d.
  8 Generally portraits (Sarnoff) n.d.
468 1 Photograph negatives: Loudspeakers n.d.
  2 Photograph negatives: RCA Service Station n.d.
  3 Photograph negatives: Onboard ship n.d.
  4 Photograph negatives: David Sarnoff n.d.
  5 Photograph negatives: Diagrams n.d.
  6 Photograph negatives: Massie receivers n.d.
  7 Photograph negatives: Fokker plane & U.S. military plane n.d.
  8 Photograph negatives: RCA n.d.
  9 Photograph negatives: Marconi n.d.
  10 Photograph negatives: Marconi's Beam system - Lecture n.d.
  11 Photograph negatives: Nathan Stubblefield n.d.
  12 Photograph negatives: Barret Relays n.d.
  13 Photograph negatives: Broadcasting (98) n.d.
  14 Photograph negatives: unidentified n.d.
469 1 Photograph negatives: Radiola n.d.
  2 Photograph negatives: Radiola 20 n.d.
  3 Photograph negatives: Radiola 25 n.d.
  4 Photograph negatives: Radiola 26 n.d.
  5 Photograph negatives: Radiola 28 n.d.
  6 Photograph negatives: Radiola 30 n.d.
  7 Photograph negatives: Radiola III n.d.
  8 Photograph negatives: Radiola Superhetrodyne n.d.
  9 Photograph negatives: Radio Shows and Displays, Series 112 n.d.
  10 Photograph negatives: Receiver, Superhetrodyne, portable n.d.
  11 Photograph negatives: Radiotron UX-201 tubes n.d.
  12 Photograph negatives: Aerials n.d.
470 1 - 3 Photographs: Equipment by T.C. Knight n.d.
471 1 J.L. Bernard Photograph Album: includes images of many aspects of radio, i.e. equipment, buildings, aerials, personalities, etc. No captions. T.C. Knight, photographer n.d.

Series D: MISCELLANEOUS RADIO MATERIAL
Box Folder Contents Dates
472 1 Radio Patents n.d.
  2-3 RCA Electron Microscope Drawings 1939
  4 Radio Set specifications (Radio Retailing) 1935-1936
  5 Miscellaneous n.d.
473 1-2 U.S. Army Signal Corps Diagrams 1917-1931
  3 Marconi Wireless Telegraph Company Blueprints 1912
  4-17 Blueprints of radio equipment 1906-1920
  18 Miscellaneous notes 1920-1921
474 1 Technical articles, clippings 1890-1891
  2 French Radio manuals 1903-1918
  3 S.C.R. 136 Transmitter (Signal Corps) 1922-1926
  4 Radio Call Letters 1923-1930
  5 RCA Radio Museum correspondence 1929-1949
  6 F.T.C. in matter of G.E., A.T.&T., Western Electric 1936
  7 Portraits (negatives), radio equipment photoprints n.d.
475 1-12 Unorganized photostatic copies n.d.
  13 Miscellaneous publications n.d.
476 1 U.S. Army Signal Corps Correspondence 1924-1925
  2   1925-1926
  3 Radio Apparatus Instructions: Westinghouse - U.S. Navy 1928-1929
  4 Transmitting Equipment for Rigid Airships 1929-1930
477 1 Photographs n.d.
  2 Correspondence 1915-1924
  3 Unidentified files n.d.
  4 Miscellaneous publications 1925-1961
  5 Material with no Class (Series) n.d.
  6 Unknown diagrams n.d.
478 1 Miscellaneous n.d.
  2 B. Jensen miscellaneous n.d.
  3 Edison DeForest data n.d.
  4 Blueprints n.d.
  5 Radio Equipment Manuals n.d.
479 1 Correspondence with U.S. Navy 1903-1905
  2 RCA Economic Analysis of Radio Industry 1920-1934
  3 Technical Manuals, Company Publications n.d.
  4 "Measurement of Coupling Factor" Notes 1922
  5 Transcript of RCA vs. Dublier 1930
480 1 Series 208, Servicing 1922-1941
  2 Service Code, U.S. Army; Ground Telegraphy 1918
  3 Standard Radio Symbols 1910-1926
  4 International List of Radio Telegraph Stations 1922
  5 NESCO vs. U.S.: George H. Clark Testimony 1934
  6 RCA vs. Globe Wireless Ltd. 1935-1937
481 1 RCA Publications n.d.
  2 Miscellaneous company publications n.d.
  3 Miscellaneous court documents n.d.
  4 Trade, Industry and other publications n.d.
Map Case drawer
#1
Crystal Receivers and Spark GapTransmitters Project Blueprints 1907-1911

Series E: NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS CONCERNING GROWTH OF THE RADIO INDUSTRY, 1912-1937
Box Folder Contents Dates
482   Newspaper clippings primarily 1912
483     1912-1914
484     1913
485     1924-1925, 1930s
486     1913
487     1922-1929, 1934-1936
488     1931-1937
489     April 1937
490     June 1937
491     September 1937
492     November 1937

SERIES F: RADIO PUBLICATIONS, 1903-1957
Box Folder Contents Dates
493 1 Christian Century 1931
  2 Electrical World 19112-1913
  3 Foreign Language 1909-1931
  4   n.d.
  5 Journal of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers 1921
  6 Marconi Wireless Telegraph Company 1922-1938
  7 McElroy Manufacturing Company n.d.
  8 Physical Review 1903-1905
  9 RCA n.d.
  10   n.d.
494 1   1929
  2   1934-1940; n.d.
  3   1935-1940
  4   1943
  5 David Sarnoff 1922-1924
  6   1930-1937
  7 U.S. Government Publications 1920-1924
495 1   1919; n.d
  2   1926-1935
  3   1936-1941
  4 General Publications 1905-1911
  5   1911-1912
  6   1912
496 1   1914-1922
  2   1922-1923
  3   1924-1928
  4   1929
  5   1931
  6   1931-1933
  7   1934-1939
497 1   1941
  2   1941-1945
  3   1945-1953
  4   1953-1957
  5   n.d.
  6   n.d.

SERIES G: DARBY & DARBY, ATTORNEYS PATENT FILES, ca. 1914-1935
Box Folder Contents Dates
498 1 Case no. 252: Victor O. Allen, including apparent foreign ÊPrior Art¯ (issued patents). Correspondence incomplete 1930-1935
  2 Case no. 3: James L. Bradford, patent application materials - Reissue abandoned (no copy in file) Patent no. #14532667 1918-1923
  3 Case no. 108: Cooley, Patents 1891-1923
  4&5 Case no. 108 Cooley, Working Papers: Routine Patent Materials; Primary File: agreements, correspondence, drawings, photographs 1924-1935
  6 Case no. 108: Cooley, Patent Application papers [Canadian Patent] 1926-1935
  7 Case no. 60: Henry S. Coyer (U.S.), Application materials (no copy in file) Patent no. #1305690 1918-1919
  8 Case no. 5: Lee DeForest, patent application materials and references to related matters. Wireless Telegrams and Telephone Systems. Includes DeForestÿs notes re: his invention (#1,507,017) 1914-1924
  9 Case no. 9: Lee DeForest 1915-1925
  10 Case no. 58: Lee DeForest 1920-1923
  11 Case no. 116: Lee DeForest 1923-1926
499 1 No Case no. Lee DeForest and Charles V. Logwood, refers to ÊArmstong Interference¯ action in P.O.Patent no. #1170881 ÊWireless Receiving Systems¯ 1911-1916
  2 Case no. 2: Lee DeForest 1914-1919
  3 No Case no. Lee DeForest, Method of and means for reproduction and amplifying weak pulsating currents Patent no. #1314250 1915-1916
  4 Case no. 93: Garrett V. Dillenback, Application materials (no copy in file) Patent no. #339865 [Canada] 1931-1934
  5 Case no. 93: Frederick Holborn, Application materials (undamped electrical, wave lengths) Abandoned on final rejection 1922-1924
  6 Case no. 146: Frederick Holborn, Application materials (including Steinmetz patent - "Prior Art") Electron Discharge Device (denied "Prior Art") 1924-1927
  7 Case no. 139: Frederick L. Hunter, Application documents (no patent granted) ÊPrior Art¯ material - no invention 1924-1926
  8 Case no. 145: Frederick L. Hunter, Application materials, Electron discharge devises and construction of operative elements (no patent issued) ÊPrior Art¯ 1924-1928
  9 Case no. 15: Charles Francis Jenkins, Application materials (Broad coverage - television) Canadian Patent no. #317280 - Cross ref. US Patent no. #1766644 Synchronizing systems - television [Canada] 1930-1931
  10 Case no. 77: Charles Francis Jenkins, Application materials, A Êbasic patent¯ Canadian Pat. no. #317281 (Television) Duplex Radio Machine Cross ref. US Pat. no. #1694065 1930-1931
  11 Case no. 82: Charles Francis Jenkins 1930-1935
  12 Case no. 98: Charles Francis Jenkins 1930-1931
  13 Case no. 110: Charles Francis Jenkins, Application materials, Two signal broadcast (no copy of patent) Patent no. #1976785 1932-1934
  14 Case no. 92: Jenkins Television Corporation, Files supporting application (and copy of ÊJenkins¯ Trademark) and composition 1930-1931
500 1 Case no. 72: Charles J. Keogan, Application materials, (no copy of patent) Patent no. #330749 1931-1933
  2 Case no. 78: Charles V. Logwood, Application materials, (no copy of patent) Patent no.#1440834 1921-1923
  3 Case no. 60: Charles H. W. Nason, Application materials, (no copy of patent) Patent no. #332309[Canada] 1932
  4 Case no. 73: Charles H. W. Nason [Canada] 1932-1933
  5 Case no. 206: Edwin F. Nickl, patent materials (incomplete) only 1920-1932
  6 Case no. 74: Delbert E. Replogle, patent material and related correspondence - Electro-Optical Methods and System of Transmissions [Canadian Patent] no copy 1930-1933
  7 Case no. 104: Delbert E. Replogle, electrical image transmissions 1930-1933
  8 Case no. 104: Delbert E. Replogle, patent material and related correspondence [Canada] 1931-1933
  9 Case no. 107: Delbert E. Replogle Electro Optical System and Methods Patent no. #1914580 1930-1933
  10 Case no. 79: Richard E. Wallace, ÊLight Sources¯ [Canadian application] 1930
  11 Case no. 31: Samuel Wein 1930-1935
  12 Case no. 91: Samuel Wein, Primary file: significant non-legal material; working papers and routine patent materials 1930-1935

SERIES H: BLANK TELEGRAM FORMS
Box Folder Contents Dates
501   Telegram Forms by Country/Company, A-L n.d.
502   M-Z n.d.

Series I: MISCELLANEOUS SERIES
Box Folder Contents Dates
503 1 Series 40: FREQUENCY-CONTROL APPARATUS AND SYSTEMS 1931
  2 Series 42: FREQUENCY DOUBLERS OR MULTIPLIERS 1930-1936
  3 Series 70: DISTANCE FINDING STATIONS AND EQUIPMENT 1911-1936
  4 Series 81: VACUUM TUBE TRANSMITTER ASSEMBLY 1926
  5 Series 84: TRANSMITTER STATIONS OR APPARATUS: TESTS, MEASUREMENTS, EXPERIMENTS 1899-1931
  6 Series 104: DUPLEX (Simultaneous) RECEIVING AND SENDING SYSTEMS 1918-1933
  7 Series 107: SYMBOLIC REPRESENTATION OF RADIO 1914-1945
  8 Series 110: NOTABLE STATEMENTS REGARDING RADIO 1908-1934
  9 Series 111: RADIO OVER WIRE LINES (WIRES WIRELESS) 1912-1941
  10 Series 137: HISTORY OF MARINE RADIO OPERATION 1909-1938
  11 Series 141: MATHEMATICAL TREATMENT OF RADIO PROBLEMS 1932
  12 Series 149: ACCOUNTING, LIST OF JOB ORDERS, REQUISITIONS, AND CONTRACTS (Lists of Apparatus installed in specific locations. Chronological and by company) 1915-1934
  13 Series 153: FILTERS FOR USE WITH RADIO CIRCUITS AND APPARATUS 1924-1939
504 1 Series 156: RADIO RELAY (Interconnection of radio and wire systems, and of one radio system to another) 1945
  2 Series 159: GEOPHYSICAL PROSPECTING BY RADIO 1929-1949
  3 Series 164: MODULATION METHODS AND APPARATUS 1923-1935
  4 Series 165: RADIO vs. CABLE vs. LAND WIRE 1922-1940
  5 Series 172: DATA EFFICIENCY OF RADIO OPERATORS, CODE OR RADIO TELEPHONE (Speed tests for operators; Medals for proficiency in code) 1913-1941
  6 Series 178: GENERAL DATA REGARDING SELECTIVITY 1911-1942
  7 Series 179: GENERAL DATA REGARDING STANDARDIZATION 1916-1944
  8 Series 184: AUDIO-SIGNAL-INDICATING DEVICE (See Series 49) 1926
  9 Series 185: SPECIAL USES OF OSCILLATION TRANSFORMER 1903-1936
  10 Series 193: ACCIDENTS OR DEATH CAUSED BY RADIO APPARATUS, LIGHTNING, OR X-RAY 1924-1946
  11 Series 197: INTER-CITY RADIO, HISTORY OF DOMESTIC (City to City) RADIO COMMUNICATION 1929-1937
  12 Series 210: HISTORY OF RADIO STOCK SELLING AND MANIPULATION 1929-1938
  13 Series 211: JENKINS TELEVISION 1931
  14 Series 215: ACOUSTIC DEVICES 1905-1940
  15 Series 217: X-RAYS AND MACHINERY 1908-1940
  16 Series 218: FREQUENCY MODULATION, THEORY AND HISTORY 1935-1948
  17 Series 220: TRANSMISSION OF POWER BY RADIO METHODS 1934-1945
  18 Series 228: RADIO BROADCASTING BY "ETHERIC FORCE" (guided waves); COLLEGE 'GAS PIPE" BROADCASTING; GUIDED RADIO BROADCASTING IN GENERAL 1922-1946
  19 Series 241: ELECTRON MICROSCOPE; ELECTRON TELESCOPE; LIGHT-AMPLIFIER 1940-1945
  20 Series 247: PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATIONS 1927-1930
  21 Series 248: HISTORY OF RADIO SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES (with instruction books) 1932
  22 Series 253: ELECTRONIC COMPUTERS 1948-1949

SERIES J: RESEARCH AND LABORATORY NOTEBOOKS
Box Folder Contents Dates
505 1 Patents issued to J.F. Farrington 1922-1941
  2 Transmission Networks by J.F. Farrington 1928
  3 "Report #14 Duplex," by J.F. Farrington 1919-1921
  4 "Telephone Days," by John Stone Stone ca. 1888-1900
506 1 Laboratory Notebook, E.R Cram 1906
  2 Laboratory Notebooks, Roy A. Weagant 1912-1914
  3   1915
507 1   1915-1917
  2   1917-1918
  3   1919-1922
508 1   1921-1925
  2   1935-1936
509 1 Stone Telephone & Telegraph Co., Van Dyck Notebooks 1902-1908
  2   1904
  3   1905-1908
510 1 S.M Kinter Personal Notebook 1911
  2   1911-1912
  3   1911-1919
  4   1912
511 1 RCA, GE, Westinghouse vs. E.J. Edmond & Co. (Temporary index to Witnesses & Exhibits) 1927
  2 RCA, GE, Westinghouse vs. E.J. Edmond & Co. (Testimonial) n.d.
  3 Log of Tests on Duplex Systems 1921
  4 Marconi Wireless Telegraph Co. Ltd. No. #3 1902
512 1 A. Stein Jr. Notebook 1904
  2 Brant Rock Message Book 1906
  3 M.L. Wescoe Notebook 1906
  4 M.L. Wescoe Notebook (USS Salem) 1910
  5 H. Sparks Notebook 1906-1909
  6   1907-1909
  7 E.D. Forbes Notebook 1910-1911
  8 L.F. Fuller Notebook 1912
513 1 J. Leo Davis Notebook 1905
  2 Alfred Norton Goldsmith Notebook 1905-1914
  3 G. H. Clark & C.E. Russell Notebook 1906
  4 O.C. Roos Diary 1907
  5 George H. Clark Notebook No. #1 1919
  6 R.A. Heising Vacuum Tube 1919
514 1 L.W. Austin Notebook 1906
  2 F.P Mansbendel Notebook 1907
  3 Glaubitz Notebook 1908
  4 D.R. Price Notebook 1908-1909
  5 W.J. Brown Notebook 1909
  6 Louis Cohen Notebook 1909
  7 J.W. Lee Notebook 1911
  8 R.B. Wolverton Notebook 1912
515 1 Press Clippings 1923
  2 Equipment Photographs, blueprints 1923
  3 Technical Reports and notes 1923-1949
  4 Monthly Reports on Transmissions 1924-1926
516 1 J.F. Fairington Reports 1919-1921
  2   1920-1924
  3   1924-1928
517 1 C.E. Russel Notebook # 4 1906
  2 R.G. Wells Notebook # 0 1906

Series K: INDEX TO PHOTOGRAPHS OF RADIO EXECUTIVES & TECHNCIAL TYPES
Box Folder Contents  
518   A-J  
519   K-Z  

Series L: INDEX TO BOUND VOLUMES OF VARIOUS SERIES
Box Folder Contents  
520-522      

Series M: INDEX TO PHOTOGRAPHS OF DAVID SARNOFF
Box Folder Contents  
523      

Series N: FEDERAL GOVERNMENT PERSONNEL FILES, 1893-1934
Box Folder Contents Dates
524 1 George H. Clark 1908-1919
  2 Reginald Abrey Fessenden 1900-1902
  3 Louis A. Gebhard 1920-1926
  4 Julius Martin 1917-1934
  5 Willis Luther Moore 1893-1913
  6 Alfred H. Thiessen 1898-1920
525 1 Wendell L. Carlson 1918-1923
  2 Glenn W. Carpenter 1918-1921
  3 Alfred Crossley 1918-1928
  4 Guy Hill 1912-1916
  5 Harry J. Lang 1916-1921
  6 Alfred M. Trogner 1911-1928

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