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  • GM0RWU's Old Radio Page - Pictures of general and domestic radios, civilian marine equipment, military equipment and amateur radio. United Kingdom.
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  • Hammond Museum of Radio - Located in Guelph, Ontario, Canada, features operational receivers and transmitters from the Spark era to the first solid state HRO.
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  • K2TQN's OldRadio Museum - Features an authentic 1933 ham radio station and various 1924-1939 stations, both homebrew and commercial.
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  • KD0AR - Michael Heim presents vintage radio photos, 1929 and 1935.
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  • LA5KI - Includes vintage amateur radio photos and profiles.
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  • Marshall Ensor Memorial Organization - Details history of Marshall H. Ensor, W9BSP, and his sister Loretta Ensor, W9UA.
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  • Museum of Radio and Technology - Antique radio museum with vintage radios, TVs, tubes, parts, posters, communication radios, early hi-fi, and broadcast transmitters. Huntington, WV.
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  • The Museum of Tektronix Scopes - Pictures and descriptions of oscilloscope models and accessories.
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  • Queen Mary Amateur Radio Station - Information on how to be a Queen Mary radio operator, history of amateur radio on the ship.
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  • The Southern Appalachian Radio Museum - Exhibits include Atwater Kent, Philco, Silvertone, Edison phonographs, Crosley, Hammarlund, Harvey Wells, test instruments, spark gap transmitters, keys, and QSL cards. Located in Asheville, North Carolina.
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  • Virtual Collins Radio Museum - Collins gear from 1946 to 1979 on virtual exhibit.
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  • W5AM's Amateur Radio Museum - Monochrome pictures of vacuum tube radios. Includes weight, size and a brief descriptions of a number of rigs.
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  • Western Historic Radio Museum - Wireless radio apparatus and memorabilia from the 1900s through the 1950s. Includes photos and restoration details. Virginia City, Nevada.
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