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Monroe H. McKillip Co.; Chicago, Illinois

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Name: Monroe H. McKillip Co.; Chicago, Illinois    (USA)  
Abbreviation: monroe2
Products: Model types
Summary:

The Monroe H. McKillip Company was located at 209 South State Street in Chicago, Illinois.

In 1922 the Monroe Company sold a line of radios through a group of distributors, American Radio Mfg Co., Waveland Radio Co. and others. These regenerative radios were sold and licensed under the Armstrong Regenerative Circuit patent through a licensing agreement with Tri-City Radio Electric Supply Company (Tresco) and Monroe and some carry the Tri-City name on the label under the lid. These radios were manufactured for Tri-City by the Briggs & Stratton Co. (Basco) as a sub-licensee of Tri-City Electric and then distributed by Monroe through their sales channels.

History:
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This manufacturer was suggested by Alan Larsen.


Some models:
Country Year Name 1st Tube Notes
USA  22 1 Tube Regenerative Tuner-Detector D-7 [Basco Chassis] UV200  The Monroe D-7 1 tube regenerative receiver was manufactured in 1922 for The Monroe Co. un... 
USA  22 Combination Tuner-Detector Two-Stage Amplifier DA-7 [Basco Chassis] UV200  The Monroe DA-7 1 tube regenerative receiver and two-stage audio amplifier was manufacture... 
USA  22 Two-Stage Audio Amplifier A-7 UV201  The Monroe A-7 Two-Stage audio amplifier was manufactured in 1922. 

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