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Radio Era Archives
The web's largest dedicated site for the preservation of the age of radio.   Take your time and browse our web site & museum!

Now available: Hallicrafters CD ROM

ARCI  sponsors the excellent RadioFest in Elgin, Illinois.

They have over 500 members.

The Boatanchor Manual Archive has On-Line manuals!  An excellent resource. 
Order your Buck Rogers, Flash Gordon and 
Captain Video directly off of Captain Bijou's web site, or order their colorful catalog.
You can listen to Old-Time Radio 24 hours a day on Yesterday USA
which has a huge archive of digitized "OTR" broadcasts.
Pete, WA2CWA the "Manual Man" has been selling quality vintage radio manual copies for years, with a first-rate reputation.  Visit him at www.manualman.com if you need a manual for your Hallicrafters - he has over 6000 manuals currently listed, with more coming.
The Antique Wireless Association is an organization of some 4,000 members linked by a common interest in the history of electrical and electronic communications.
W7FG has been offering quality reproductions of Vintage Manuals for years.
The Antique Radio Classified publication is a must-have for vintage radio restorers!
A. G. Tannenbaum also has Operation and Service manuals for vintage radios.
Radio Daze is "Your Vintage Radio Headquarters!"
Hallicrafters Collectors International has nets and a web site.
Roaring Rockets Web Site Do you enjoy Tom Corbett, Captain Video, and the whole early TV sci-fi thing?  Roaring Rockets is a must-see!
Hollywood's Attic has an Internet Discount Special on its large inventory of early science fiction, such as Destination Moon and The Phantom Planet.
Radio Bay has lots of information on National products.
I have a rare RCA AR-1264 Theremin, which is listed on this unique Theremin site by Bob Sexton.
The Northland Antique Radio Club (NARC) has a nice web site.
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