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Chicago Apparatus Company; Chicago, Illinois

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Name: Chicago Apparatus Company; Chicago, Illinois    (USA)  
Abbreviation: chicagoap2
Products: Model types
Summary:

The Chicago Apparatus Company was located at 40-42 Quincy Street in Chicago, Illinois. In a 1910 catalog (their third) this company offered a two slide tuner complete crystal set. This is one of the first commercially offered complete radios albeit a crystal set.

It is not know if this company was related to the later Chicago Radio Apparatus Company from Chicago.

History:
In 1910 R.R. Shaw was president of the company and M.C. Stoelting was secretary and treasurer.

This manufacturer was suggested by Alan Larsen.


Some models:
Country Year Name 1st Tube Notes
USA  10 Complete Wireless Telegraph Outfit No. 3151   The Chicago Apparatus Company Complete Wireless Telegraph Outfit. The transmitting station... 
USA  10 Crystal Receiving Set No. 3153   The Chicago Apparatus Company Crystal Receiving Set. This crystal set would tune up to 150... 

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Further details for this manufacturer by the members (rmfiorg):

Original 1910 Chicago Apparatus Co. catalogtbn_usa_chicagoapparatus1910_cat..jpg
Original 1910 Chicago Apparatus Co. catalogtbn_usa_chicagoapparatus1910_cat2..jpg

  
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