PAA Clipper Radiogram – Want to send a cable from the air next time you’re on the Pan Am Clipper? Use this form
Beckerman COS – Original Certificate of Skill for Ben Beckerman, from 1911.
Twine a Wreath – Benjamin Beckerman’s ode to the radio operators who went down with their ships. First published in the Marconi Service News for January 19, 1917.
Beckerman Waterfront Pass – Needed to access the waterfront in 1918, when fear of sabotage was widespread
Beckerman Strike Certificate – Certificate of Honor from the (ultimately unsuccessful) Commercial Telegraphers’ Union of America strike from Aug – Nov, 1907
Beckerman Lifeboat Certificate – Who knew that one could be a government certified Lifeboat Man?
New Zealand Station List – Which stations could you hear in New Zealand in 1924, and what were their call signs? Find out here.
New Zealand Station List 2 – More stations audible in New Zealand, including some in California!
Kinsley Legal Doc – Part of a legal document by Carl Kinsley on licensing his wireless telegraph system to the US Army Signal Corps
Ray Green Pan Am Notes – SoWP member Ray Green helped set up the earliest Pan Am radio system in South Florida and Havana, but was soon upstaged by Hugo Leuteritz. Here are some highlights from the papers of this shoot-from-the-hip radio pioneer
Song of Wireless – Poetry about King Radio. Author name and original publication information lost.
DeForest Portrait Legend – Legend for the portrait of Dr. Lee DeForest, “The Father of Radio”, at 37, by Henry Dickow
DeForest Portrait Obverse – Back of the DeForest portrait, written by Dickow
McCarty Photo Caption – Legend for photo of Francis McCarty at his transmitter, probably written by Dickow
Eastern Radio Institute 1938 Cover – Cover of booklet advertising Eastern Radio Institute in Boston, alma mater of SoWP member G.W. Bartlett in 1935
HR Mallory FCC License – FCC ship radio license for the Henry R. Mallory, WHCF, issued 9 Jan 1939
Mackay Radio Calendar Jan 1947 – Showing locations of US Mackay Radio stations
Mackay Radiogram Envelope – Enclosed brass plates from Marconi P-8 spark transmitter aboard the HR Mallory
Marconi Stock Prospectus – Prospectus from the Marconi Wireless Telegraph Company, dated 1906-7