Early Radio Combined Search: The GREEN Section
Combined search of early radio publications (Approximately 1900-1949)
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<center><h2>Radio News</h2><h3>Radio & Televsion News</h3><hr>1919 to 1958 <br> More than 450 Issues<hr>Receivers, Stations and<BR>Electronic Technology<BR>Many diagrams <br>and illustrations<BR> <center><h2>Radio-Craft</h2><h3>from Hugo Gernsback</h3><hr>1929 to 1948 <br> Over 150 issues<hr>Receivers, news and<BR>Electronic Technology<BR>Many diagrams <br>and illustrations<BR> <center><h2>Radio Guide </h2><h3>Movie & Radio Guide<br><hr>1931-1943 </h3><hr>300 editions<hR>Regional radio program listings<BR>Network and Station News<BR> Station directories <br>and artist news.<BR>The Predecessor of TV Gude</center>
Searches can take a long time - There are over one million pages to check
On the list of search results the Issue Date "1951-01-17-BC-OCR-Page-0012" is the link to an issue containing your search terms as YYYY-MM-DD and page order. Click on any link to view the actual page. Once you select/click an issue, you will quickly download the PDF of only the single page where your search term appears.  For the full publication that the single page comes from, go to the listing page for that magazine.
The text you see in the search results may be inaccurate or garbled as Optical Character Recognition on old documents is not perfect, so try different keywords if you don't get the desired results. The text will be clearer in the full page view of the selected reference. The file linked to each search result is a fast-loading single page PDF and will be an image of the original where the search reference occurs. You will see a clear page just as published when you select any of the results. There are now 4,400,000 indexed pages so enjoy your exploring of the history of radio and its related fields!
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