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Collection of early radio and phonographic equipment

Designed
Photographs (22), early radio and phonographic equipment, paper, Magnavox Company/Gabriel Moulin/Jim Howarth Studios, USA/Australia, c.1900-1930.
Black and white photogaphic prints (21), mounted in various ways to allow them to be housed in ring bound folders, 20 have holes punched in the mounts. One is unmounted and two are mounted together to form one page. 20 were made in America and one was made in Sydney.

Summary

Object No.

P2876

Object Statement

Photographs (22), early radio and phonographic equipment, paper, Magnavox Company / Gabriel Moulin / Jim Howarth Studios, USA / Australia, c.1900-1930

Physical Description

Photographs (22), early radio and phonographic equipment, paper, Magnavox Company/Gabriel Moulin/Jim Howarth Studios, USA/Australia, c.1900-1930.
Black and white photogaphic prints (21), mounted in various ways to allow them to be housed in ring bound folders, 20 have holes punched in the mounts. One is unmounted and two are mounted together to form one page. 20 were made in America and one was made in Sydney.

Source

Credit Line

Gift of Magnovox (Australia) Pty Ltd, 1971

Acquisition Date

10 May 1971

Cite this Object

Harvard

Collection of early radio and phonographic equipment 2022, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 25 September 2022, <https://ma.as/322916>

Wikipedia

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