Operator and installer, United Wireless Station PE, Portland, OR
Lewis M. Clement, SGP-153, in 1916
“Sixth District Radio Police” From the 1924 Pacific Radio Exposition
Capt. Almon A. Gray, USNR (Ret.), 810-P
Max Kearns, 1468-SGP served on the Coast Guard Cutter Itasca in the early 1930s. Here he is in Hawaii…
Max Kearns, SGP-1468
Around 1933-4 he served on the cutter Northland, and spent time up in Alaska, where he took some particularly good photos of the Inuit (Eskimos) who lived there. Most of these were taken near Pt. Barrow in 1934.
Cmdr. Richard Johnstone, First President of SoWP
WSAX First Broadcast of Lion’s Roar, LA, 1925: “RHGM scared, in foreground”
RHG Mathews at His Station, 9ZN, Chicago, 1921
The Men and Women of CAA Station KSF in 1945
Another View of KSF in 1945
Operators at San Francisco CAA Station KSF in March 1945
WFK, Ann Arbor RR, Franklin, MI in 1927 with Geo P. Honold at Controls
KFRC San Francisco, 1920s, with Harold Peery at Controls
Dr. Lee DeForest, inventor of the triode.
Pickerill, Tamborino, Green, Bollendonk, Engelder, Underhill, SS Leviathan, 1923
Jack Irwin Aboard the Leviathan
Kasner Aboard the Leviathan
Purington Aboard the Leviathan
Don Shaw Aboard the Leviathan
Henry F. Bollendonk Aboard the Leviathan
George Sinclair Aboard the Leviathan. Now there’s one happy guy!