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|Meets and Meetings|
|Annual Conference Awards Report by Staff|
|Convention Candids by Staff|
|Auction Report by Staff|
|Formative Years at Stuyvesant High by Leon Hillman, W2JXJ
Fond Memories of Inspirational Teachers
|The Crosley 'Fiver,' an AWA Auction Find by Bill Hopkins, AA2YV
Bringing back beauty and function to a neglected table radio.
|Fitting a Radio to a 1930s Vehicle by Ben Kittredge, WA1PBR
Ingenious designs shoehorned bulky electronics into crowded spaces.
|iPhones, Radios, and World War II—Part 1. by Thomas J. Warnagiris, K3GSY
The ancestors of the cel phone were “portables” that could barely be moved.
|A Regulated Adjustable Power Supply for Directly Heated Vacuum Tubes by William M. Hurni, W3HWT
Fire up those 01-As with a few inexpensive parts and a junk box 'wall wart.'
|Membership News by Staff|
|At The Museum by Bruce D. Roloson, W2BDR and Ron Roach|
|The Vacuum Tube by Ludwell A. Sibley
The Search For 'Low B+' — Part 1
|Key and Telegraph by John Casale, W2NI
William H. Phelps — In His Brother's Footsteps
|New Books and Literature by Eric P. Wenaas|
|Recent Radio, TV and Entertainment Obituaries by Charles S. Griffen, W1GYR|
Radio Rehab 101 by Richard A. Parks
Restoring a Silvertone Farm Radio
|Television by Richard Brewster
An interview With Howard C. Lawrence -– Television Engineer: Part 2
Radio Ramblings by Jim Cook, W0OXX
Carrier Current Radio at the University of Kansas
|Radio Reproducers by Buford Chidester
The Western Electric Cone Speaker Family
Equipment Restoration by Dan Merz
Restoring a Federal Jr. Crystal Set
|Transmitters by Bruce J. Howes, W1UJR
A '1928' Push-Pull Tuned Plate-Tuned Grid 80 Metre Amateur Transmitter
By Louis Vermond, VE3BDV/VE3AWA
|The Communications Receiver by Barry Williams, KD5VC
The National AGS
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