Wholesale Radio Laboratories
1943

Radio Reference Map of the United States

Radio Reference Map of the United States for the engineer, for the amateur, for the experimenter Wholesale Radio Laboratories, Council Bluff, Iowa.

DESCRIPTION: Interesting, large mid-WWII (1943) map of listening stations and the territory of the nine radio districts in the United States published by Wholesale Radio Laboratories. During WWII all amateur radio stations were forbidden to transmit, although listening was still permitted. Note, map is complete with neatline and margin all around.

Bottom of map is filled with four diagrams of the United Sates showing location of broadcast stations for the chief networks of the period: The Blue Network, Mutual Broadcasting System, Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS), and National Broadcasting Company (NBC). Includes tables of radio-related data: List of Standard (AM) Broadcast Stations, World Leading Shortwave Stations, and Experimental Frequency Modulation (FM) Stations.

Ad copy reads "For everything in radio write to Leo, W9GFQ". W9GFQ was the amateur call sign (unique identifier) for Leo I. Meyerson (d. 2011) whose picture appears on the sheet. Meyerson founded Wholesale Radio Laboratories, later called World Radio Labs.

CREATOR: Wholesale Radio Laboratories

PUBLICATION DATE: 1943

GEOGRAPHIC AREA: United States

BODY OF WATER: N/A

CONDITION: Very Good.  Couple of pinholes at fold intersections otherwise clean and solid.

COLORING: N/A

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SIZE: 40 " x 34 "

ITEM PHYSICAL LOCATION: 0

PRICE: $400

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