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Radio shows delighted and captivated listeners during the golden age of broadcasting. This image was posted on September 07, 2018. #radiosfo #ontheradio #radio #radios #wireless #radioshow #fibbermcgee #classicradio
Radio is one of the great technological triumphs of the 20th century. This image was posted on August 22, 2018. #radiosfo #ontheradio #radio #radios #wireless #vintage #antique #vintageradios #transistorradio #portableradio #retroradio #retro #1950s #1960s
The Golden Gate International Exposition was held from February 1939 to September 1940 to celebrate construction of the Golden Gate Bridge and the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge. This image was posted on August 17, 2018. #radiosfo #ontheradio #radio #radios #wireless #vintageradios #transistorradio #portableradio #retroradio #antique #worldsfair #sanfrancisco #baybridge #zenith
During the 1930s, the finest radio sets were influenced by popular aesthetic movements such as Art Deco, with designs rendered in streamlined and asymmetrical shapes. This image was posted on August 07, 2018. #radiosfo #ontheradio #radio #radios #wireless #vintage #antique #vintageradios #transistorradio #portableradio #retroradio #retro #artdeco
Bay Area history: An avid inventor and a professor of electrical engineering, Charles Herrold (1875–1948) conducted the first scheduled radio broadcasts by inventing his own wireless transmitting technology. This image was posted on July 25, 2018. #radiosfo #ontheradio #radio #radios #wireless #vintage #antique #vintageradios #transistorradio #portableradio #retroradio #retro
In 1922, Howard Carter’s discovery of King Tutankhamun’s tomb and the extensive artifacts uncovered with it sparked renewed enthusiasm for all things Egyptian, including this lavishly decorated, early battery powered radio set manufactured by Metro Electric of Chicago. This image was posted on July 17, 2018. #radiosfo #ontheradio #radio #radios #wireless #vintage #antique #vintageradios #battery #batterypowered #retroradio #retro #bakelite #egyptianrevival #design
In 1922, Howard Carter’s discovery of King Tutankhamun’s tomb and the extensive artifacts uncovered with it sparked renewed enthusiasm for all things Egyptian, including this lavishly decorated, early battery powered radio set manufactured by Metro Electric of Chicago. This image was posted on July 17, 2018. #radiosfo #ontheradio #radio #radios #wireless #vintage #antique #vintageradios #battery #batterypowered #retroradio #retro #bakelite #egyptianrevival #design
In 1922, Howard Carter’s discovery of King Tutankhamun’s tomb and the extensive artifacts uncovered with it sparked renewed enthusiasm for all things Egyptian, including this lavishly decorated, early battery powered radio set manufactured by Metro Electric of Chicago. This image was posted on July 17, 2018. #radiosfo #ontheradio #radio #radios #wireless #vintage #antique #vintageradios #battery #batterypowered #retroradio #retro #bakelite #egyptianrevival #design
Mid-century design redefined furniture, housewares, and decorative arts as functional and attractive, modern products. This image was posted on July 11, 2018. #radiosfo #ontheradio #radio #radios #wireless #vintage #antique #vintageradios #portableradio #retroradio #retro #eames #plywood
Mid-century design redefined furniture, housewares, and decorative arts as functional and attractive, modern products. This image was posted on July 11, 2018. #radiosfo #ontheradio #radio #radios #wireless #vintage #antique #vintageradios #portableradio #retroradio #retro #eames #plywood
Mid-century design redefined furniture, housewares, and decorative arts as functional and attractive, modern products. This image was posted on July 11, 2018. #radiosfo #ontheradio #radio #radios #wireless #vintage #antique #vintageradios #portableradio #retroradio #retro #eames #plywood