A Pictorial History of Radio
by Irving Settel
Publisher: Bonanza Books 1960
Number of pages: 178
They are all here, the hundreds of personalities and programs that have brightened the airwaves during radio's fifty-year history. The focus is on radio's glamorous days -- the bittersweet depression years and the grim but pulse-quickening days of World War II. But this book also encompasses the entire history of radio broadcasting in America, from Alexander Graham Bell's remarkable telephone to the ubiquitous transistor radios of today.
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