6. Radio and Television Reminiscences

6. Radio and Television Reminiscences

Raymond M. Bell
4th edition, 2014

  • Raymond Bell was born in 1907 and received a Ph.D in physics from Pennsylvania State University in 1937. He could name the day–May 18, 1922–he heard his first radio.
  • In 1928 in his senior year as an undergraduate in college he built and demonstrated a closed-circuit mechanical tv, then wrote about that experience 71 years later in the Pittsburgh Oscillator.

Paperback, 51 pages, 8 ½ x 11, $15.00.
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21. Meetings, Contests, Winners

21. Meetings, Contests, Winners

2020

  • This factbook lists the 188 meetings of the Pittsburgh Antique Radio Society from meeting number one in 1986 up to meeting number 188 in 2020. Also lists PARS contests and winners for the same period.
  • The intention is to print an updated edition each year.

Paperback, 29 pages, 6 x 9, $5.00.

22. An Oscillator Reader II

22. An Oscillator Reader II

2014

An anthology of articles from the Pittsburgh Oscillator: Journal of the Pittsburgh Antique Radio Society from 1996 to 2010, during which time the journal was edited by Ted Depto.

Paperback, 188 pages, 6 x 9, $8.29.

24. 1 2 3 4 5 6: A David Kraeuter Sampler

24. 1 2 3 4 5 6: A David Kraeuter Sampler

  1. 1 2 3 4 5 6: A David Kraeuter Sampler
    The Compact Edition, 2017
  • Contains 1 long short story, 2 short autobiographies, 3 short radio servicing adventures, 4 short book reviews, 5 short short stories and 6 squibs (1 long and 5 short) by the author, all reprinted from The Pittsburgh Oscillator.
  • Childhood, adolescent, teenage, young adult, middle age and old age radio memories.

Paperback, 65 pages, 6 x 9, $5.88.

7. Electronic Essays

7. Electronic Essays

David W. Kraeuter

6th edition

2017

Cultural, technological and personal perspectives on radio. These essays reflect the author’s experiences in radio and electronics over the past 65 years.

Paperback, 118 pages, 8 1/2 x 11, $14.00.

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