Chicago, IL: Silver-Marshall, Inc., 1928. Paperback. 1928-32. A broken, but near complete run of this early and inconsistently published radio builder's newsletter. Consisting of 15 issues as follows : Vol. 1 No. 1, 2, 6 & 9 (May 15, 1928 - Jan. 15, 1929) ; [vol. no. not given] No. 11, 12, 14, 15, 16, 18, 19, 21, 23, 24, 25 (March 15, 1929 - Feb. 10, 1932) with issue No. 25 likely the last issue published in this series and some of the missing numbers possibly never published. All issues printed in black and orange ink onto buff colored paper [exc. No. 18 which is printed in seasonal green and red ink], hole punched for insertion into a three ring binder, 4to (c. 11 inches tall), pp. various, illustrated with B&W photo reproductions, line drawings, tables and charts, with the last 3 issues being saddle staple bound and printed in black ink onto white paper. All issues are complete as issued, unmarked and in very good condition with fold lines from mailing, an occasional fold line tear and light wear. Very Good. Item #2414
Represents a five year bonanza of Silver-Marshall radio related statistics, data and technical information, including an article on Commander G.M. Dyott who took his Silver-Marshall set "... into jungles where no white man, let alone radio, has ever been before." from Vol. 24 p. 7.
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