- We have some of pioneer and presidential advisor Haraden Pratt’s reminiscences on wireless from pre-1906 to the 1950s on our website, but you can hear some fascinating tales of those days in his recorded interview at this link.
- The most comprehensive, gigantic, fantastic, splendiferous, stupendous website for radio history, where you can find thousands of issues of journals like Radio News: Worldradiohistory.com.
- Check out the website of our sponsor, the California Historical Radio Society, for articles on radio history by Bart Lee and others, information on radio restoration, videos by broadcast legends, a calendar of radio events, and more. If you like what you see, please consider joining us and making a donation to our non-profit organization.
- The Veteran Wireless Operator Association (VWOA) is another organization honoring the skills, service, and sacrifice of the professional wireless operator. Their registry of Radio Officers Lost at Sea in WW II is informative, sobering, and well worth viewing.
- SoWP member, ham radio guru and writer John Dilks, 5729-TA, has given interesting presentations on the Airship America and the Titanic disaster that you can watch on YouTube.
- SoWP member Spud Roscoe, 2301-M, has devoted years to documenting the history of maritime wireless in Nova Scotia. For this and other information of interest to radio history, visit his website.
- Ten years before he founded the Society of Wireless Pioneeers, William Breniman had founded another organization, the Society of Airway Pioneers, which is still active in preserving aviation history. Check it out!
- The book, The Radio Boys and Girls Radio, Telegraph, Telephone and Wireless Adventures for Juvenile Readers, 1890-1945, Mike Adams, McFarland Press, 2015, has several early wireless stories, like Tom Swift
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