Recently Uncovered One-of-a-Kind Portrait of Dr. DeForest at 37, Restored by Phil Krejci
Early Wireless Station, Colon, Panama
Richard Johnstone Outside KPH, Daly City, CA
E.J. Quinby, SS Gulflight, 1917
Ignatius McCarty Showing Microphone, 1925 Pacific Radio Expo
Arc Transmitter, Mare Island Navy Yard, 1919
Richard Johnstone, Lee O. Fassett, SS Matsonia, 1911
Bill Breniman and Richard Johnstone, circa 1970
Reggie Baer and Bill Erick, SS President, 1911
George S. Hubbard and Friends, SS Beaver
SS Asia, Wrecked Off the Coast of China, April 23, 1911
SS Asia Wreck Being Boarded by Chinese River Pirates
SS Asia Foundering on Rocks
C.B. Cooper, United Wireless Station, Leadville, CO, 1905
Men o’ War, 1885, from Marlo G. Abernathy Album
Ignatius McCarty (L) and George Parson, US Immigration Service, at the Wireless Telephone
Pacific Wireless Radiotelegraph Station, Avalon, Catalina Island in 1903
Exterior of Pacific Wireless, Avalon
Pacific Wireless Crew, Mt. Tamalpais, Feb 22, 1906
Installing Pacific Wireless Station on Mt. Tamalpais, Feb 22, 1906
Dr. Lee DeForest, Inventor of the triode
Francis J. McCarty, at 13 the Inventor of the First Wireless Telephone in the Western US
Ignatius McCarty, Brother of Francis McCarty and Himself an Early Wireless Pioneer
McCarty Wireless Telephone Transmitter
McCarty Wireless Telephone System at the 1925 Pacific Radio Expo, with Ignatius McCarty at Right
Probably Richard Johnstone Atop The Harvard in 1922
Cmdr. Richard Johnstone, First President of SoWP
SoWP Officers James Brown, Bill Breniman, Frank Geisel, and Eben Cady
Last of the Spark Gap Stations, WNW, Philadelphia, 1929
PanAm Philippine Clipper, Manila, December 1935
Another View of Philippine Clipper
Philippine Clipper, with Unidentified Men on It
Clipper with (L to R) Gail McNair, unknown, Walter Baumgartner (Pres McKinely RO)
Operators at San Francisco CAA Station KSF in March 1945
Another View of KSF in 1945. You can almost read the Teletype printout…
The Men and Women of CAA Station KSF in 1945
CAA International Station WBR, Everglades Radio, Miami Florida Circa 1946
LR 3208051805 WBR Xmas Card – Click here for a 1946 Christmas card with photos from CAA international station WBR, Everglades Radio, Miami, Florida
KFRC San Francisco, 1920s, with Harold Peery at Controls
Cutting & Washington Type 4A Spark Transmitter
WEX Car Ferry Transmitter, Great Lakes, 1924
Supertanker SS Jeronimo Radio Room in 1917
WFK, Ann Arbor RR, Franklin, MI in 1927 with Geo P. Honold at Controls
Panama Canal, radioman Lyman W. Packard on SS El Cedro, early-to-mid 1920s.
Pan Am station KNBI in 1935, the first radio shack on Wake Island.
Pan Am radio shack being transported to Wake Island aboard the SS North Haven in 1935.
Page from 1906-7 Marconi stock prospectus. Includes Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse, station at Babylon, LI.
Page from 1906-7 Marconi stock prospectus. Includes SS Minneapolis, station at Sea Gate, NY.
Brass name plate of Marconi P-8 2 kW spark transmitter on SS Mallory.
Brass patent plate from Marconi P-8 2 kW spark transmitter on SS Mallory.
Carl Lindh, 676-SGP in photos at L. Not sure of ID of others.
USS Von Steuben and others from Carl Lindh collection.
Photos of Alaska, pre WWI, from Carl Lindh collection.
SS Congress afire off Coos Bay, OR, in 1916. ROs were Henry Dickow and Carl Lindh.