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Here's a list of all the pages on this Web site.  They're arranged hierarchically, and each one is a link, so you can go right to your destination page.  If you use these links to view radios, be sure also to visit the page that's up one hierarchical level (i.e., for the Airline 62-600, also visit the Wood Radios page).  If you don't, you'll miss some of the text description for the radios, and we wouldn't want that to happen.


[Magnavox vacuum tube box]


[Motorola vacuum tube box]


[National Union vacuum tube box]


[Philco vacuum tube box]


[Sonatron vacuum tube box]


[Zenith vacuum tube box]


[Airline vacuum tube box]


[Industro vacuum tube box] [Ken-Rad vacuum tube box]


[Philco vacuum tube box] [Sparton vacuum tube box]


[Sylvania vacuum tube box] [Westinghouse vacuum tube box]


[Adzam vacuum tube box] [A red Crosley vacuum tube box]

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Computer Monitor Adjustment Note
The background on this page doubles as a computer video monitor adjustment aid, the better for you to view my images of old radios and other old things.  The background consists of a series of dark gray thin horizontal lines on black.  If you can't see the lines, or if the background isn't black, then you should adjust the brightness (not contrast) setting of your monitor until the image is displayed correctly.


Couldn't Have Said It Better
"As a child, I recall looking into the back of the family radio to see the people and places it brought into our rural home. What I found was no less remarkable: tiny skyscrapers lit from within."—E-mail correspondent, 1999


Radio Collectors' Laments
What is it about old radios, anyway?

"Martha, our old radio has outlived its usefulness.  We should store it in the attic.  But before we put it away, let's be sure to remove and discard its knobs."

"Martha, it's time to paint the ceiling.  Let's get out all our radios and use 'em for dropcloths."


And now, something completely different:  colorful vacuum-tube boxes.

[Crosley vacuum tube box] [Coronado vacuum tube box]


[Cunningham vacuum tube box] [Delco vacuum tube box]


[Emerson vacuum tube box] [Eveready vacuum tube box]


[General Electric vacuum tube box] [Hytron vacuum tube box]


[Kadette vacuum tube box] [Ken-Rad vacuum tube box]


[Los Gatos vacuum tube box] [National Union vacuum tube box]


[Philco vacuum tube box] [Philips vacuum tube box]


[Rauland vacuum tube box] [Raytheon vacuum tube box]


[RCA Victor vacuum tube box] [Silvertone vacuum tube box]


[Sylvania vacuum tube box] [Truetone vacuum tube box]


[Wizard vacuum tube box] [Zalytron vacuum tube box]


[Eimac vacuum tube box] [Zenith vacuum tube box]


[Sheldon vacuum tube box] [Tung-Sol vacuum tube box]


[Greylock vacuum tube box] [Arcturus vacuum tube box]



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