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The Radio Historian A COLLECTION OF ARTICLES AND PHOTOGRAPHS
ABOUT EARLY RADIO BROADCASTING
IN THE UNITED STATES

by John F. Schneider, W9FGH
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This web site was created to be a non-commercial repository of historical information and photos documenting the early years of radio broadcasting in the United States.  A substantial portion of the site is dedicated to the history of broadcasting in the San Francisco Bay Area.  Your comments, corrections and contributions are welcome.

John Schneider is a lifelong radio historian, and a Fellow in History of the California Historical Radio Society.  He contributes regular articles on radio history to "Radio World" and "The Spectrum Monitor", and is the author of two Arcadia Publishing books, "Bay Area Radio" and "Seattle Radio". 

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About Copyrights:

This is a non-profit web site created for educational and historical purposes. The articles contained herein are copyrighted by John F. Schneider except where noted. Other than where indicated, the operator of this web site does not claim copyright or ownership of any photographic images contained herein. Such images are reproduced in low or medium resolution and consist principally of unclaimed or "orphan" images where the copyright owner is deceased or unknown. They appear on this site under the "fair use" doctrine of United States copyright law, which permits the use of copyrighted material for scholarship, archiving and research purposes. Any persons wishing to duplicate or otherwise make use of the images on this web site do so at their own risk. 


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