Historical Art PhotoNews Posters
Circa 1946 - 1952
Offers Always Considered

Live Television Shows
Coast-To-Coast in 1952
Engineers are "hopping up" television transmission from Maine to California with a chain of relay stations across the country about 30 miles apart. 1.The microwave repeater equipment receives the telecast, strengthens it, and sends it on to the next relay. 2. Checking the "cars" and ·voice" of the apparatus. 3. Typical 100-ft. relay tower.
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“Children’s Television Set”
Four-year old Leah Kaufman, Chicago, watches the antics of the character on the screen as record plays Raggedy Ann songs. A cardboard strip holding 17 frames of 16 mm film is attached to a disk that is synchronized with the record,and a picture is projected on to the screen every 11 seconds.