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  • Broadcasting in Chicago, 1921-1989(135 clicks)
    Fascinating site.
  • Cylinder Preservation and Digitization Project(318 clicks)
    Cylinder recordings, the first commercially produced sound recordings, are a snapshot of musical and popular culture in the decades around the turn of the 20th century. They have long held the fascination of collectors and have presented challenges for playback and preservation by archives and collectors alike.
  • History of Radio(148 clicks)
    From the beginning. Text, photos, and links.
  • Marconi Calling(130 clicks)
  • Paul's Radio Museum(155 clicks)
    Real Audio files. Old programs. Mostly United Kingdom
  • Radio History & Information Links(135 clicks)
    A random selection of pages and references about the history of radio in the US and Latin America.
  • Randy's Old Time Radio Shows(148 clicks)
    Buy old radio shows. Great service.
  • The American Museum of Radio(123 clicks)
    "The Bellingham Antique Radio Museum is nationally recognized for its outstanding collection of vintage radios and other examples of broadcast and entertainment technology from the early 20th century."
  • The Shadow RealAudio Theater(160 clicks)
    Listen to the programs that thrilled millions in the 1930s and 1940s.