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Within the Industry - Oscar Hammarlund
October 1945 Radio News Article

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A death notice for Mr. Oscar Hammarlund, founder of Hammarlund Manufacturing Company, appeared in the "Within the Industry" monthly column in the October 1945 issue of Radio News magazine. Hammarlund was a major provider of radio communications equipment for amateur radio operators and or the U.S. (and other countries) military during World War II. Hammarlund and many other companies ran advertisements in American Radio Relay League's (ARRL) QST magazine at the time (see "WWII Era Electronics Advertisements in QST Magazine"). Side note: At the end of the war the government made good with the people who scarified for the cause (War Assets Administration Advertisement). In other news, the newly formed Radio Parts and Electronic Equipment Shows announced the election of officers and activity plans, and appointments to new positions in a couple other companies were published.

Within the Industry - Oscar Hammarlund

Oscar Hammarlund, founder of Hammarlund Manufacturing Company, Inc. - RF Cafe

Oscar Hammarlund, founder of Hammarlund Manufacturing Company

Within the Industry - Oscar Hammarlund, October 1945 Radio News - RF CafeOscar Hammarlund, founder of Hammarlund Manufacturing Company, Inc., and a communications pioneer, died August 25 at his home in Brooklyn at the age of 83. Mr. Hammarlund was born in Stockholm, Sweden and came to the United States in 1882 to accept a position with the Elgin Watch Company. In 1886 he joined Western Electric Company as superintendent of their Chicago plant. He subsequently worked for Gray National Tel-autograph Company where he was closely associated with Elisha Gray, co-inventor of the telephone, in the development of the technique of transmitting actual writing over wires. He founded the Hammarlund Company in 1910. The company manufactures radio apparatus and components which have been used by the Armed Forces in World War II.

Within the Industry, October 1945 Radio News - RF CafeRadio Parts and Electronic Equipment Shows, Inc., a newly formed corporation, is sponsored by Radio Manufacturers Association (Parts Division), Association of Electronic Parts and Equipment Manufacturers, Sales Managers Club, Eastern Division, and National Electronic Distributors Association. The purpose of this new corporation is to conduct postwar national and regional exhibitions or conferences for the benefit of member exhibitors in the radio and electronic industry. At the initial meeting of the Board of Directors held at the Stevens Hotel in Chicago, the following officers were elected: president, H. W. Clough, Belden Manufacturing Company; vice president, Charles Golenpaul, Aerovox Corporation; secretary, Jerome J. Kahn, Standard Transformer Corporation, and treasurer, Sam Poncher, Newark Electric Company. J. Arthur Kealy, of the law firm of Ungaro & Sherwood, Chicago, corporation at-torney and active in the radio industry, was appointed general counsel. The corporation has planned to hold an industry show as soon as practicable following the lifting of travel and other restrictions. Present plans also include the appointment of a show manager on a full-time basis to handle the direction and manifold details in connection with the conduct of the type of shows planned.

 

 

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