Added database entries on four models that are not represented in catalog literature, including 4-A-37, 4-A-39, S-7396-2, S-7397-5.
1954 radios added from the Spring-Summer 1954 Catalog.
Added 1959 radios from a 1959 tri-fold brochure.
Added radios from the Spring-Summer 1950 catalog.
Added a Misc section for radio-related ads.
1953 radios from the Spring-Summer catalog added.
1940-41 Radio Catalog Slideshow added.
1955 radios added.
The new site is up and running, but I am still bug-checking and adding data..
1954 had many shared radios with both 1953 and 1955, although there were a couple of models that don't seem to be repeated. These radios came from the Spring-Summer 1954 catalog.
Carried over from 1953. Little in size -- BIG in performance! Came in Ebony (4-A-101) or Chinese Red, Pastel Green, White (4-A-102).
Carried over from the 1953 lineup, the 1954 Trebletone came in kitchen yellow or sandalwood.
A beautiful hand-rubbed cabinet offered in mahogany, maple, or blond finish. "As useful as a well trained servant! Lulls you to sleep and awakens you to music -- if you oversleep, sounds a buzzer until you get up. Carried over from the 1953 lineup.
Blonde limed oak or Mahogany cabinet, pull out record player, and a powerful radio. Only seems to be represented in the 1954 lineup.
This is an interesting model only shown in this catalog (other 1954 models being carried over). It came in a mahogany or limed oak finish cabinet. I've never seen one of these radios in person.
A small mahogany plastic clock radio. Use as an alarm, and waken to your favorite programs. Carried over to the 1955 lineup.
A light weight portable in rust-colored plastic, trimmed in gold. AC-DC or battery power. The name "Caravan" was used on multiple portables.