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Jun 13, 2015 - What a terrific book for Back to School Story of three children who get a behind the scenes look at their local TV station there are color photos on every page showing the kids visiting with the weatherman, newsman, cameramen, receptionist, station manager, etc. great retro photographs of the camera equipment, clothin…

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Denny Griffin
it's the inuit art that makes this so special Retro Vintage, Old Tv, Record Players, Tv Console, Vintage Tv, Old Radios, Tv, Retro Tv, Vintage Radio

Date: 1960 Source Type: Postcard Publisher, Printer, Photographer: Canadian Post Card Company (#35352-B), appears to be a Dexter Press postcard Postmark: None Collection: Steven R. Shook Remark: Sparton brands of television sets were produced the Sparton Corporation (originally called Sparks Withington) in Jackson, Michigan, and later in London, Ontario, Canada. The television shown above was produced in Canada after the manufacturing facility in the United States was closed. Text on…

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Irene Hatziantoniou
Color television, between 1946 and 1950 researchers invented the worlds first electronic, monochrome compatible color television system. It was invented by the RCA; they invested $50 million in development of electronic television. It wasn't until the 1960s that the public began buying color TVs in earnest and in the 1970s the American public finally started purchasing more color TV sets than black-and-white ones. Retro, Vintage, Design, Retro Vintage, Vintage Radio, Rca, Retro Tv, Television Set, Old Tv

Color television, between 1946 and 1950 researchers invented the worlds first electronic, monochrome compatible color television system. It was invented by the RCA; they invested $50 million in development of electronic television. It wasn't until the 1960s that the public began buying color TVs in earnest and in the 1970s the American public finally started purchasing more color TV sets than black-and-white ones.

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Reena Trivedi