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Saint Croix Notes

By: Adams, Noah

Price: $8.95

Publisher: Scranton, Pennsylvania, U.S.A., W W Norton & Co Inc: 1990

Edition: 1st Edition

Seller ID: 4009

ISBN: 0393029050

Condition: Very Good

Dust jacket and book are in very good condition, small tear and fold at the top of the front of the DJ. Stated First Edition, "1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0." Essays about the United States west of the Potomic. View more info

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Our Wonder World Vol. Seven; Amateur Handicraft

By: Bailey, Harry Turner, Editor

Price: $45.00

Publisher: United States, Geo. L. Shuman & Co.: 1926

Edition: Third Edition 1926

Seller ID: 13022

Condition: Very Good

10.25" x 7.75", 405 pages. Clean, solid 1926 edition. Spine sound, text clean. Wonderful full colour illustrations and dozens of diagrams and drawings explaining every manner of craft and skill from children cooking to a two-tube radio schematic. Toy-Making, Paper Craft, Needlework, Weaving, Woodworking, Metal work, Leather-work, Clay, Decorative Design, Photography, Cooking, Radio schematics, even the schematic of a telephone. Our book number 13022. View more info

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Radio, Radio Poems

By: Doyle, Ben

Price: $10.00

Publisher: USA, Louisiana State University Press, Baton Rouge: 2001

Edition: First Printing

Seller ID: 46023

ISBN: 0807126780

Condition: New

9.5" x 6.25", 71 pages. Clean new book. These poems are a "wild revival of primary sounds", "rebellious, dangerous, ironic, unstable, and deliberate" - allatonce. Our book number 46023. View more info

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The Boy's Busy Book

By: Fraser, Chelsea

Price: $30.00

Publisher: New York, Thomas Y. Crowell Company: 1927

Edition: 1st

Seller ID: 6063

Condition: Good

471 Pages, 8" x 6" x 1.5". Good condition. First edition of 1927 book with every manner of project appropriate for young people. From Sharpening your tools, knowing how to use them, things to make, decorating, gifts for the family, radio, metal, leather, paper, concrete and woodworking. Our book number 6063. View more info

The Beginner's Handbook of Amateur Radio

By: Laster, Clay, W5ZPV

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Blue Ridge Summit, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.: Tab Books: 1988

Edition: 2nd Edition

Seller ID: 2013

ISBN: 0830629653

Condition: Very Good

Library binding, very good condition, book inside is like new. Withdrawn from library. Second Edition, First Printing. View more info

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Don McNeill's Favorite Poems

By: McNeill, Don

Price: $18.00

Publisher: Don McNeill Enterprises, Inc.: 1951

Edition: 1st Edition

Seller ID: 46001

Condition: Fine

Some very minor shelf wear to the plastic spiral that binds the pages, the gold has faded along the front of the plastic loops. Pages aged and delicate, all present, none torn or loose. Back cover has a diagonal fold mark. Ninety-six pages. "The thoughts and verses presented in this book are those most frequently requested by Don McNeill's Breakfast Club listeners." Radio Show, before the TODAY show was ever thought. Published by Don McNeill Enterprises, Inc., 1951. View more info

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American Reasons

By: Overstreet, Bonaro W.

Price: $8.00

Publisher: New York, The MacMillan Company: 1943

Edition: Second Printing

Seller ID: 46046

Condition: Good

8.25" x 5.5", 45 pages. Book in good condition, some wear to spine and edges. "The poems herein were originally written for Freedom House to be presented over the radio on the "Voice of Freedom" program and were also later published in PM." our book number 46046. View more info

Fields and Waves in Modern Radio

By: Ramo, Simon; and Whinnery, John R.

Price: $49.95

Publisher: New York, John Wiley and Sons, Inc., copyright by General Electric Company, printed in the United States of America: 1949

Edition: 5th or later Edition

Seller ID: 49010

Condition: As New

"This book is concerned with certain aspects of electromagnetic theory in their relation to the problems of modern radio and electronics engineering." Copyright 1944 by the General Electric Company, Sixth Printing, September, 1949. Book is in pristine condition. Purchased after the War while my father tried to recover from the loss of a child and continue towards his PhD. Very little shelf wear even to the edges. Name of Previous owner and address neatly inside the front cover. Some very light surface abrasion on the front cover and a small white smudge on the back cover. I thought it ... View more info

F M: An Introduction to Frequency Modulation

By: Rider, John F.

Price: $200.00

Publisher: John F. Rider Publisher, Inc., 404 Fourth Avenue, New York City: 1940

Edition: 5th or later Edition

Seller ID: 49024

Condition: Fair

No Jacket. Sixth Printing, October, 1940. Probably a birthday present. This book is from the private collection of a leading research engineer. It has been through a flood. It has been through World War II. It has been abused in the Pacific, in Houston, and in Florida. Text is clean and clear. Name of scientist inside front cover. Sacrifice for education of the next generation. Historical Value. View more info

Automatic Frequency Control Systems

By: Rider, John H.

Price: $50.00

Publisher: John F. Rider, Publisher, 404 Fourth Avenue, New York City, Printed in the United States of America.: 1938

Edition: 3rd Edition

Seller ID: 2034

Condition: Good

Third edition, December 1938. Previous owner's name inside front cover. Green Cloth binding with gold lettering. As a college student the engineer who owned this book used it to assist him in the repair of bootleggers' state-of-the-art radios at Sam's Radio Shop in Tulsa. This book has been through a flood. The research engineer who owned the book dried it very carefully in the sun, but the glue has sagged and there are some surface wrinkles on the cover. Inside the pages are clean and flat, no mildew or warping. You should have seen him, knee-deep in water, saving the library of technical boo... View more info

My Inventions

By: Tesla, Nikola

Price: $30.00

Publisher: Barnes and Noble: 1982

Seller ID: 4013

ISBN: 0760700850

Condition: As New

Book like new, never read. Modern Reprint of Tesla's book on his inventions. "Nikola Tesla was the reclusive brilliant electrical engineer who invented the Niagara power system that made Edison's system obsolete, sold Westinghouse forty patents that broke the General Electric monopoly, Discovered radio methods that Marconi converted into a fortune, built a radio-guided torpedo before Ford ended the horse-and-buggy era".and more. View more info

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The Radio Amateur's Handbook, Eighteenth Edition, Nineteen-Forty-One

By: The Headquarters Staff of the American Radio Relay League

Price: $75.00

Publisher: American Radio Relay League, Inc., West Hartford, Connecticut, Printed in U.S.A. by Rumford Press, Concord New Hampshire: 1940

Edition: 5th or later Edition

Seller ID: 2011

Condition: Good

Eighteenth Edition, November 1940, 40,000 copies. No Cover. Pages are well tied and all present. Cockroaches have nibbled at the little arrows that point to the chapters reference. Additional National newsletter and hand drawn schematics tucked into the volume. From the library of one of the last century's leading Research Engineers. Sacrificial sale to get grandson of engineer through private college education. Well worn with much use. This belonged to the Radar officer on Guam in 1944. Surely some of those brains have rubbed off on this volume and will be of assistance to you in restoring ra... View more info

Radio Receiver AN/GRR-2 (Hallicrafters Model SX-28-a)

By: War Department

Price: $45.00

Publisher: War Department: 1944

Edition: 1st Edition

Seller ID: 49033

Condition: Fair

World War II Raiod Receiver manual. Instructions and explanation of destruction procedure on page V. Cut, Burn, Explode, Dispose..Restricted. This was the raiod that won the war. Name of previous owner at top of front cover. Private collection. Belonged to a research engineer. He had been the radar officer on Guam for the last years of the War.62 pages. diagrams and specs for the receiver. War Department Technical MAnual TM 11-874. View more info