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 Post subject: A Visit to an Amateur Museum
PostPosted: Mar Fri 05, 2021 6:45 pm 
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I joined the Antique Wireless Association in the 1990s after a friend and I visited the old AWA Museum in the Academy Building in Bloomfield. It must have been a slow day because after demonstrating the 1KW spark transmitter, the volunteer who was tending the museum (I wish I could remember who it was!) took us over the the Annex building, where there was a group playing with James Millen's personal transmitter. We got way more than we expected that day!

There's an AWA Classic video about early AWA History and the old Museum that's just been posted to the AWA YouTube Channel.

https://youtu.be/6t1HkMq0bmA

Enjoy,
Mark ~ AE2EA


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 Post subject: Re: A Visit to an Amateur Museum
PostPosted: Mar Fri 19, 2021 10:32 am 
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Thanks for posting this. A great tour, guided by someone who knows radio history as if he lived through most of it.

Dale

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