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Date Range From
1920
Date Range To
1925
Material Type
Artifact
Materials
BRASS, PLASTIC, STEEL, WOOD
Catalogue Number
P19693765000
Material Type
Artifact
Date Range From
1920
Date Range To
1925
Materials
BRASS, PLASTIC, STEEL, WOOD
No. Pieces
1
Height
24.5
Length
24.5
Width
15.3
Description
ON FRONT "MARCONIPHONE II L.F. AMPLIFIER". LABELLED TERMINALS BENEATH. PARTIALLY PAINTED BLACK. WHITE ADHESIVE TAPE AROUND CASE. CIRCULAR METAL SCREEN INLAID IN FRONT OF ARTIFACT. DIAL WITH BRASS POINTER WITH "FILAMENT" PRINTED BENEATH. TRAP DOOR ON TOP; NAMEPLATE INSIDE WITH THE MARCONI WIRELESS TELEGRAPH CO OF CANADA LIMITED MONTREAL. "PATENTED 1918-1923". SERIAL # 1924 TYPE #M2.
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REFER TO ATTACHED HISTORY.
Catalogue Number
P19693765000
Acquisition Date
1969-04
Collection
Museum
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Date Range From
1920
Date Range To
1930
Material Type
Artifact
Materials
ALUMINUM, STEEL, PLASTIC
Catalogue Number
P19980039015
Material Type
Artifact
Date Range From
1920
Date Range To
1930
Materials
ALUMINUM, STEEL, PLASTIC
No. Pieces
1
Height
6
Length
17.2
Width
19.3
Description
STEEL HEADPIECE, PAINTED BLACK. TWO BANDS RUN ACROSS TOP OF HEAD, WITH SINGLE ROD ATTACHING THEM TO EARPIECE ON EACH SIDE. ALUMINUM CASING ON EARPIECES WITH BLACK BAKELITE CAPS OVER SPEAKER SURFACE. CASINGS ENGRAVED "CANNON-BALL DIXIE C.F. CANNON CO. SPRINGWATER, N.Y. U.S.A.". BLACK CLOTH-WRAPPED POWER CORD WITH SINGLE-PRONGED HEAD AT ONE END. ENGRAVED "VAXLEY" AND EMBOSSED "MADE IN U.S.A. I.C.A.". CORD MEASURES 122 CM; SPLIT NEAR HEADPIECE WITH ONE STRAND RUNNING TO EITHER EARPIECE. TWO STRANDS FURTHER SPLIT, WITH METALLIC ENDS CONNECTING CORD TO BOLTS ON EARPIECES. POWER CORD SLIGHLTY SOILED AND DISCOLORED.
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BELONGED TO DONOR'S FATHER. FOR HISTORY SEE P19980039001-GA/PERMANENT FILE.
Catalogue Number
P19980039015
Acquisition Date
1999-04
Collection
Museum
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Other Name
STERLING AUDIOVOX
Date Range From
1923
Date Range To
1930
Material Type
Artifact
Materials
ALUMINIUM, METAL
Catalogue Number
P19900022002
Material Type
Artifact
Other Name
STERLING AUDIOVOX
Date Range From
1923
Date Range To
1930
Date
1923
Materials
ALUMINIUM, METAL
No. Pieces
2
Diameter
36
Description
REMOTE AMPLIFIER & SPEAKER HORN. "STERLING AUDIOVOX" HORN HIGHLY DECORATIVE DESIGN SPADE MOTIVE IN GOLD & BLACK. AMPLIFIER PORTION HAS TERMINALS FOR WIRE CONNECTION & RECEPTACLE FOR HORN. TOP OF AMPLIFIER IS BROKEN, BUT COMPLETE. HORN MARKED "STERLING AUDIOVOX". SURFACE SCRATCHES & DENTS. AMPLIFIER MARKED "STERLING LOUD SPEAKER R1284 A STERLING TELEPHONE & ELECTRIC CO. LTD. 210 TOTTENHAM COURT RD., LONDON, W.1.". AROUND DIAL ON THE TOP IS "A WAY FROM DIAPHRAM" AND "DIAPHRAGM". BASE IS CRACKED ACROSS ITS TOP.
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DONOR ACQUIRED NEW IN SASKATCHEWAN, BEEN IN THE FAMILY SINCE NEW.
Catalogue Number
P19900022002
Acquisition Date
1990-05
Collection
Museum
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Date Range From
1955
Date Range To
1965
Material Type
Artifact
Materials
BAKELITE, CARDBOARD, RUBBER
Catalogue Number
P20030046000
Material Type
Artifact
Date Range From
1955
Date Range To
1965
Materials
BAKELITE, CARDBOARD, RUBBER
No. Pieces
1
Height
15.4
Length
28.3
Width
14.2
Description
BODY OF RADIO IS MADE OF BAKELITE. EXTERIOR IS BLUE. SIDES OF RADIO ARE ROUNDED. FRONT OF RADIO HAS AN OFF-WHITE BAKELITE DIAL THAT CAN BE TURNED TO RAISED NUMBERS ON A GOLD BACKGROUND. NUMBERS INCLUDE "53", "60", "70", "90", "12", "15" & "17". BELOW DIAL IS A SMALLER OFF-WHITE BAKELITE KNOB (POWER AND VOLUME). EMBOSSED ON FRONT OF RADIO IS "NORTHERN MIDGE ELECTRIC". BACK OF RADIO HAS A HEAVY CARDBOARD BACKING. PRINTED ON BACKING IN YELLOW IS "NORTHERN ELECTRIC COMPANY LIMITED MODEL 5508" . . ."MADE IN CANADA" "DISCONNECT SUPPLY CORD BEFORE MOVING BACK". ALSO PRINTED ON BACKING IN BLACK IS "ERDMAN" AND "3484". THERE IS ALSO A STICKER ON BACK THAT READS "POWER OPERATED RADIO". BACKING IS TORN AT TOP AND HAS WATERMARKS THROUGHOUT. INNER WORKINGS OF RADIO ARE VIXIBLE THROUGH 7 LARGE HOLES IN BACKING. THERE IS A BROWN ELECTRICAL CORD OUT BACK OF RADIO.
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DONOR BELIEVES HE ORIGINALLY PURCHASED RADIO AT LOCAL EATONS STORE AS A GIFT FOR HIS FATHER, GUSTAV ERDMAN, IN THE 1960S. HIS FATHER WAS SUFFERING FROM POOR HEALTH, DUE TO PARKISONS DISEASE, AND ENJOYED LISTENING TO THE NEWS OVER THE RADIO. GUSTAV GAVE THE RADIO BACK TO DONOR IN 1968. DONOR USED THE RADIO FREQUENTLY, BUT WHEN IT STOPPED WORKING HE ACQUIRED A NEW ONE AND KEPT THIS ONE FOR ABOUT 2 YEARS BEFORE DONATING IT TO MUSEUM. RADIO WAS USED AND DISPLAYED ON TOP OF A BOOKCASE IN DONOR'S LIVING ROOM.
Catalogue Number
P20030046000
Acquisition Date
2004-01
Collection
Museum
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Other Name
HOMEMADE SHORTWAVE RADIO, TUBES AND SPEAKER
Date Range From
1937
Date Range To
1950
Material Type
Artifact
Materials
METAL, GLASS, CLOTH
Catalogue Number
P20090031014
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Material Type
Artifact
Other Name
HOMEMADE SHORTWAVE RADIO, TUBES AND SPEAKER
Date Range From
1937
Date Range To
1950
Materials
METAL, GLASS, CLOTH
No. Pieces
7
Height
18.0
Length
25.7
Width
45.7
Description
HANDMADE METAL RADIO WITH BROADCAST DIAL. ALSO INCLUDES SPEAKER, OSCILATOR COIL, BOXED WESTINGHOUSE TUBE AND BOXED ROGERS TUBE - 7 PIECES. 1. RADIO, HANDMADE. RECTANGULAR METAL BASE. TOP HAS FOUR PERFORATED METAL COLUMNS, FIVE UNPERFORATED METAL COLUMNS, ONE HOLLOW BROWN COLUMN WRAPPED IN COPPER WIRE, THREE MEDIUM SIZED GLASS TUBES AND A SQUARE BOX MARKED "HADLEY TRANSFORMERS, LOS ANGELES". THE FRONT OF THE BASE HAS ONE ROD STICKING OUT AND ONE LARGE DIAL WITH MARKED WITH NUMBERS "BROADCAST KILOCYCLES" AND DEPICTING A WORLD. THE DIAL IS ATTACHED TO A METAL BOX WITH AN OPEN TOP WHICH EXPOSES MULTIPLE SLATS. ALSO ATTACHED IS A ROWN CLOTH ELECTRICAL CORD WITH TWO-PRONG PLUG. 18.0 CM HIGH BY 25.7 CM LONG BY 45.7 CM HIGH. 2. OSCILATOR TUBE, WIRE, PAPER AND UNKNOWN MATERIALS. ONE END OF TUBE HAS A HOLE IN IT. TUB IS WRAPPED IN WIRE. SOME PAPER IS EXPOSED. TUBE IS LARGELY BLACK/BROWN IN COLOR EXCEPT FOR ONE END WHICH SHOWS AN UNKNOWN WHITE SUBSTANCE. 8.6 CM HIGH BY 4.8 CM IN DIAMETER. 3. SPEAKER, UNMOUNTED. FRONT OF SPEAKER IS CONCAVE, LINED WITH HEAVY, GREY PAPER. OUTSIDE IS SILVER COLORED METAL WITH A COLUMNAR SILVER COLORED BACKING PIECE HELD ON BY A SINGLE SCREW. ATTACHED TO THE BACK OF THE SPEAKER IS A SQUARE BOX FILLED WITH PAPER AND WIRES WHICH CONNECTS TO A BROWN CLOTH ELECTRICAL CORD WITH A FOUR-PRONGED PLUG. BLUE LABEL MARKED, "OXFORD... OXFORD TARTAK, RADIO CORP., MADE IN USA". 10.9 CM HIGH BY 21.0 CM IN DIAMETER. 4. BOXED TUBE. BLACK, GOLD AND WHITE, RECTANGULAR CARDBOARD BOX MARKED, "WESTINGHOUSE ELECTRONIC TUBE..." TUBE TYPE "6CA7/EL34". GLASS TUBE INSIDE MARKED "6CA7/EL34" AND "XF5, L2E" BOTTOM OF TUBE IS BROWN PLASTIC WITH SINGLE PLASTIC PRONG SURROUNDED BY EIGHT METAL PRONGS. 2 PIECES. 5.0 CM HIGH BY 13.0 CM LONG BY 5.0 CM WIDE. 5. BOXED TUBE. GREEN, YELLOW AND WHITE CARDBOARD BOX MARKED, "GUARANTEED, ROGERS, ELECTRONIC TUBE". TUBE TYPEE "12AF6". SMALL GLASS TUBE INSIDE HAS A POINTED TOP. GLASS MARKED, "12AF6, AUTOMATIC". BOTTOM OF TUBE HAS 7 METAL PRONGS. 2 PIECES. 2.5 CM HIGH BY 7.9 CM LONG BY 2.3 CM WIDE.
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ACCORDING TO THE DONOR, WENDY AITKENS IN AN INTERVIEW CONDUCTED BY NICOLE HEMBROFF, COLLECTIONS ASSISTANT, IN JULY OF 2011, THE RADIO AND ITS COMPONENTS WERE LIKELY MADE BY HER FATHER, WALLY JAMIESON. SHE SAID, "WALLY STUDIED RADIO TECHNOLOGY AT THE NATIONAL SCHOOL IN LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA FROM 1937-1939. HE WAS FASCINATED BY RADIOS AND ALL THINGS ELECTRICAL. THIS RADIO MAY HAVE BEEN A SCHOOL PROJECT OR IT MAY HAVE BEEN SOMETHING HE MADE FOR THE PURE CHALLENGE OF BUILDING HIS OWN RADIO. I REMEMBER HIM MENTIONING HIS HOMEMADE RADIO WHEN HE WAS NEAR THE END OF HIS LIFE. IT IS WRAPPED IN LETHBRIDGE HERALDS AND EDMONTON JOURNALS FROM THE LATE 1940S." AITKENS SAID HER DAD'S INTEREST IN RADIOS STARTED WHEN HE WAS A BOY. WHEN HER FATHER WAS GROWING UP IN SYLVAN LAKE, AB HIS "UNCLE GOT HIM A CRYSTAL RADIO SET WHEN HE WAS ABOUT 12 YEARS OLD. HE'D BEGGED FOR IT. ONCE HE PUT IT TOGETHER HE WAS HOOKED. I HAVE DAD'S RADIO OPERATOR'S LICENSE [FOR THE PROVINCE OF] ALBERTA. IT'S NUMBER 7. IT DIRECTED THE REST OF HIS LIFE. HE HAD THE KNOWLEDGE OF AN ELECTRICAL ENGINEER. " ACCORDING TO THE DONOR, HER FATHER GAINED HIS KNOWLEDGE THROUGH EXPERIENCE - LIKE MANY MEMBERS OF THE FAMILY. WHILE SOME OF HER FAMILY HAD GONE TO NORMAL SCHOOL, HER GENERATION WAS THE FIRST TO ATTEND UNIVERSITY. FOR FAMILY HISTORY SEE P20090030001.
Catalogue Number
P20090031014
Acquisition Date
2009-09
Collection
Museum
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Other Name
WESTINGHOUSE BATTERYLESS
Date Range From
1920
Date Range To
1930
Material Type
Artifact
Materials
OAK, STEEL, ELECTRICAL CORD
Catalogue Number
P19739493000
Material Type
Artifact
Other Name
WESTINGHOUSE BATTERYLESS
Date Range From
1920
Date Range To
1930
Materials
OAK, STEEL, ELECTRICAL CORD
No. Pieces
1
Height
25.4
Length
75.0
Width
24.1
Description
PATENTED 1917 - 1924 "WESTINGHOUSE BATTERYLESS RECEIVER COMPACT MODEL" ON FRONT. USES A TUNED RADIO FREQUENCY CIRCUIT (TRF) FOLLOWED BY A REGENERATIVE DECTECTOR & A STAGE OF AF AMP. FULL WOODEN CASE, HINGED LID AT TOP. FRONT DISPLAYS 2 WOODEN KNOBS AND METAL SWITCH. SMALL BULB AT TOP OF FRONT BRASS PLATE. INSIDE HAS LABEL MARKED "S.M.S. RADIO CABINETS DUCO." IN ADDITION TO MANUFACTURER'S WESTINGHOUSE PLATE. INSULATED CORD AT REAR. HAS BEEN REPAIRED; SEE CONSERVATION REPORT.
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THE MAIN ADVERTISING FEATURE OF THIS RADIO WAS THAT IT DIDN'T NEED COSTLY BATTERIES. IT IS ONE OF FORERUNNERS OF COMPACT HOUSE RECIEVERS. DONATED TO THE HISTORICAL SOCIETY FOR THE MUSEUM ON JANUARY 29 1965, THE RADIO CABINET HAS BEEN REPAIRED FOLLOWING WATER DAMAGE WHILE STORED IN ELECTRONICS SHOP OF THE LCI.
Catalogue Number
P19739493000
Acquisition Date
1970-03
Collection
Museum
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Date Range From
1933
Date Range To
1939
Material Type
Artifact
Materials
WOOD, PLASTIC, NYLON FABRIC
Catalogue Number
P19860042001
Material Type
Artifact
Date Range From
1933
Date Range To
1939
Materials
WOOD, PLASTIC, NYLON FABRIC
No. Pieces
1
Height
20.5
Length
34.0
Width
18.0
Description
MODEL 216T. PAT 1931 & 1933. "PHILCO" ATTACHED TAG "PHILCO WORLD'S LARGEST MANUFACTURER PRESENTS A MUSICAL INSTRUMENT OF QUALITY PHILCO 216T". FABRIC SPEAKER GRILL TORN. SINGLE SPEAKER, WOOD CASE. PAINTED-GLASS FREQUENCY DISPLAY. TWO KNOBS ON FRONT; ONE AT SIDE. RUBBER INSULATION ON WIRES IS CRACKING.
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"MADE IN CANADA PHILCO PRODUCTS LTD. TORONTO. CANADA 19-0057." DONOR'S GRANDFATHER HOMESTEADED IN BURDETT AREA IN 1910, WHERE DONOR BORN & RAISED. RADIO & BATTERY PURCHASED IN 1930'S. A 15 FT. POLE WAS ATTACHED TO ROOF OF FAMILY HOME & A SECOND POLE IN GROUND ABOUT 25 YDS. FROM HOUSE, COPPER WIRE WAS RUN FROM POLE ON HOUSE, THEN TO POLE IN GROUND TO CREATE SIGNAL ANTENNA. THE ALIGNMENT WAS EAST-WEST TO OBTAIN BEST POSSIBLE SIGNALS FROM LETHBRIDGE & CALGARY. *UPDATE* IN 2014 COLLECTIONS ASSISTANT JANE EDMUNDSON CONDUCTED A SURVEY OF MILITARY OBJECTS, SOME OF WHICH WERE DONATED BY JAMES BURNESS. ACCORDING TO HIS LETHBRIDGE HERALD OBITUARY, THE DONOR, "JAMES (JIM) NICOL BURNESS OF LETHBRIDGE, PASSED AWAY PEACEFULLY ON FEBRUARY 16, 2005 AT THE AGE OF 86. JIM, THE BELOVED HUSBAND OF ANN BURNESS (NEE YANOTA), WAS BORN MAY 11, 1918 IN LETHBRIDGE. A DESCENDANT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA PIONEERS, JIM GREW UP AND RECEIVED HIS EDUCATION IN BURDETT, ALBERTA AND AT THE AGE OF 24 ENLISTED IN THE CANADIAN ARMY, WHERE HE SERVED PROUDLY AS A STRETCHER-BEARER WITH THE INFANTRY IN THE ITALIAN CAMPAIGN OF WORLD WAR TWO. AFTER THE WAR HE WORKED IN CONSTRUCTION FOR TEN YEARS IN BANFF AND LETHBRIDGE. IN 1949 HE MARRIED ANN YANOTA OF BLAIRMORE AND THEY SETTLED IN LETHBRIDGE. THEY BUILT THEIR OWN HOME, ONE IN WHICH THEY LIVED FOR OVER 50 YEARS. JIM COMPLETED A 24-YEAR CAREER WITH THE POST OFFICE, HELPING REVITALIZE THE POSTAL EMPLOYEES ASSOCIATION... HE WAS A MEMBER OF ROTARY, KINSMEN, SHRINERS, SCOTTISH RITE, AND THE LETHBRIDGE GOLF AND COUNTRY CLUB."
Catalogue Number
P19860042001
Acquisition Date
1985-01
Collection
Museum
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Material Type
Artifact
Materials
WOOD, METAL, BAKELITE
Catalogue Number
P19860064000
Material Type
Artifact
Date
1919
Materials
WOOD, METAL, BAKELITE
No. Pieces
3
Height
22.5
Length
61.5
Width
15.5
Description
.1 RADIO RECEIVER. WOOD, METAL, BAKELITE. 2 PCES. 2 METAL PLATES SCREWED ONTO BACK.(1) "5 AMPS" "100 VOLTS" "60 CYCLES" "STYLE NO. 57524" "SERIAL NO. 84571"(2) "10 AMPS" "200 VOLTS" "60 CYCLES" "CANADIAN SEAL" "STYLE NO. 46765" "SERIAL NO. 42781". FOIL STICKER "THE SQUARE DANCE POST 833 STAFFORD DRIVE LETHBRIDGE ALTA. 327-3988 SQUARE DANCE SPECIALTIES". WOOD CABINET, 3 FLIP-TOP LIDS, ONE DOESN'T OPEN. FRONT IS BAKELITE PANELS SCREWED ONTO WOOD, 40 BAKELITE KNOBS. MEANT TO BE USED WITH CRYSTALS AND HEADPHONES. PATENTED 1919 NORTHERN ELECTRIC COMPANY LIMITED "PATENTED 1918 1919" "W.W. GRANT RADIO LTD. CALGARY-CANADA." .2 HEADPHONES. 39.4 CM CIRCUM. (HEADPHONE TO HEADPHONE) CORD 132 CM LTH. METAL, BAKELITE, COVERED CORD. ENGRAVED ON METAL SECTION ON HEADPHONE "CANNON-BALL MASTER C.F. CANNON CO. SPRINGWATER, N.Y U.S.A.."
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RADIO RECEIVER BUILT BY W.W. GRANT IN CALGARY. ONE OF THE FIRST RADIOS IN LETHBRIDGE. SAT IN FIRE DEPARTMENT OFFICE AND WAS WIRED TO ALL ROOMS IN NO. 1 FIREHALL SO FIREMEN COULD PLUG IN HEADPHONES AND LISTEN TO BROADCASTS IN ANY PART OF THE STATION.
Catalogue Number
P19860064000
Acquisition Date
1985-11
Collection
Museum
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Other Name
P19880009002-GA
Date Range From
1940
Date Range To
1945
Material Type
Artifact
Materials
WOOD, GLASS, WIRE
Catalogue Number
P19880009001
Material Type
Artifact
Other Name
P19880009002-GA
Date Range From
1940
Date Range To
1945
Materials
WOOD, GLASS, WIRE
No. Pieces
1
Height
92.3
Length
63.8
Width
27.8
Description
SER. NO. 0413. "RCA VICTOR GLOBETROTTER SUPER-HETRODYNE MODEL A364" BAND RADIO, INTERNAL COIL AERIAL. 4 CONTROLS, ON/OFF VOLUME TUNER, BAND SELECTOR. TONE CONTROL ON LEFT SIDE. RADIO IS IN WORKING ORDER.
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RCA VICTOR COMPANY LTD. PROTECTED BY CANADIAN PATENTS ISSUED 1916-1932. DONOR PURCHASED USED, ABOUT 1970. STATES RADIO IS FROM ABOUT 1940. *UPDATE* IN 2010 NICOLE HEMBROFF, COLLECTIONS ASSISTANT, CONDUCTED A SURVEY OF PALLET RACKING. SHE WAS UNABLE TO FIND CONTACT INFORMATION FOR DONOR OR NEXT OF KIN.
Catalogue Number
P19880009001
Acquisition Date
1988-02
Collection
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Date Range From
1928
Date Range To
1935
Material Type
Artifact
Materials
WOOD, GLASS, METAL
Catalogue Number
P19890040001
Material Type
Artifact
Date Range From
1928
Date Range To
1935
Materials
WOOD, GLASS, METAL
No. Pieces
1
Height
24.7
Length
59.5
Width
36.4
Description
VICTOR RADIO RECEIVER, WOOD CABINET. S.N. 1703. AC POWER. FACE: ON/OFF TOGGLE, 3 DIALS "VOLUME, TUNER, CLARIFIER" & AM SCALE. DESIGNED FOR A REMOTE SPEAKER. TOP LIFTS FOR ACCESS TO 8 TUBES. ALL TUBES INTACT. LABEL UNDERSIDE OF TOP "FROM HEINTZMAN & CO LIMITED CALGARY" MANUFACTURERS PLATE: "HIS MASTER'S VOICE LIMITED" & LOGO OF DOG LISTENING TO SPEAKER HORN. SOME WATER STAINS TO CASE, TL & TC. RADIO NOT FUNCTIONING. CLOTH CORDS.
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DONOR'S PARENTS PURCHASED NEW WHILE FATHER WORKING IN COALHURST MINE. ACQUIRED ABOUT 1930. RADIO WAS FOCUS FOR FAMILY & VISITORS. REMOTE SPEAKER WAS CONSIDERED A SPECIAL FEATURE. DONOR WISHES SISTER THELMA STARIE LISTED ALSO.
Catalogue Number
P19890040001
Acquisition Date
1989-11
Collection
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