Two CD Set: 'The Wireless Age Magazine,' 1913-17 and 1918-22

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Two CD Set: 'The Wireless Age Magazine,' 1913-17 and 1918-22

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“The Wireless Age” is one of the very earliest radio communication magazines, running monthly from 1913 to 1925 when it was absorbed by Popular Radio Magazine. The magazine was initially published by the Marconi Publishing Corporation, with early mastheads listing it as “incorporating the Marconigraph,” an even earlier publication. One disc covers October 1913 to December 1917. The other; January 1918 to December 1922. They offer a look at the emergence of wireless in the United States. It covers amateur and commercial radio of the era, both feature and technical stories. It contains a ton of advertising from the time and certainly captures the excitement of the growth of radio communication. You’ll even see how publications such as “The Wireless Age” hung on during the years of World War I.

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