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November 6, 1948 - The Saturday Evening Post

November 6, 1948
The Saturday Evening Post

November 6, 1948 The Saturday Evening Post Cover - RF Cafe[Table of Contents]
These articles are scanned and OCRed from old editions of the The Saturday Evening Post magazine. Here is a list of the The Saturday Evening Post articles I have already posted. All copyrights (if any) are hereby acknowledged.
Here is an advertisement by General Electric from the November 6, 1948, edition of the The Saturday Evening Post. These products were designed and manufactured at GE's Electronics Park, in Syracuse, New York, back in in the middle of the last century. I worked at the location for Lockheed Martin in the mid-1990s, and would occasionally walk around the campus when I needed a break from my 60-80-hour work weeks to look at what remained of the glory days of America. A lot of the radio, television, and phonograph models seen here can still be bought on eBay in either 'needs fix'n' or fully restored condition. If you see something you would really like but it is not on eBay yet, do a Saved Search and they will send you an e-mail when one appears.

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