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Adams-Morgan Co. (AMCO); Upper Montclair, N.J

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Name: Adams-Morgan Co. (AMCO); Upper Montclair, N.J    (USA)  
Paradyne || Paragon
Abbreviation: adams-morg
Products: Model types

Adams-Morgan Co. (AMCO); 16 Alvin Pl. and 20 Ave., Upper Montclair, N.J.

Paragon, Paradyne.

Founded: 1909
Production: - 1927
Alfred Powell Morgan formed a partnership with Adams as a silent partner. He started with mail-order business in wireless components. In 1915 Paul Forman Godley bought in as a one-third partner.

Some models:
Country Year Name 1st Tube Notes
USA  24 Paragon Crystal Set (replica/fake?) Model D-X-1   This Adams Morgan Paragon Crystal Set is a possible "fake" reproduction radio.  An... 
USA  24 Paragon IIIA (Paragon3A) [Early 1924]   Repacked version of the RB2A.   
USA  27 Congress [Metal / AC]   Metal cabinet. 
USA  25 Paragon Model Three [1926]   Two tuning dials.   
USA  27 Congress [Wood / Battery]   Walnut cabinet. 
USA  27 Congress [Metal / Battery]   Metal cabinet. 
USA  27 Congress [Wood / AC]   Walnut cabinet. 
USA  27 Monroe [Battery]   Bookshelf cabinet. 
USA  25 Paragon Model One   Two tuning dials. 
USA  25 Paragon Model Two [1926]   Two tuning dials.   
USA  27 Monroe [AC]   Bookshelf cabinet. 
USA  15 KOB Learning Morse Key   "Adams-Morgan (AMCO)" KOB Postal Morse Code Teaching Telegraph Key. This small and simpl... 


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Adams-Morgan / Paragon
Konrad Birkner † 12.08.2014

Alfred Powell Morgan (1889-1972) schrieb mehr als ein Dutzend Bücher über drahtlose Technik (1910-1943), gründete Adams-Morgan etwa 1910 als Versandhaus  für Funk-Bauteile.

Paul Forman Godley, der Entwickler des Paragon-Receivers, kam 1915 als Dritter hinzu, um dieses Gerät zu vermarkten.

1922 / 23 arbeiteten 50-100 Angestellte / Arbeiter in der Firma. Nach wirtschaftlichen Problemen wurde die Produktion Ende 1927 eingestellt.

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