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Universal Radio Manufacturing Corp.; Elmira, New York

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Name: Universal Radio Manufacturing Corp.; Elmira, New York    (USA)  
Abbreviation: universal5
Products: Model types
Summary:

Universal Radio Manufacturing Corporation
121-127 Railroad Avenue
Elmira, New York

The company advertised a UM 3 receiver in the Nov./Dec. 1919 Everyday Engineering magazine. 

Ater WWI ended, Ernest Mignon was released from prison and in late 1919 he formed the Universal Radio Manufacturing Corporation. The new company was located in the same building formerly occupied by the Mignon Wireless Corporation, at 121-127 Railroad Ave. in Elmira.

History:
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This manufacturer was suggested by Alan Larsen.


Some models:
Country Year Name 1st Tube Notes
USA  19 Universal Radio System UL 5   Optional ET-1 detector unit. Price without detector or phones. 
USA  19 RLC5 VT-Class-I  This receiver was left over stock from pre-WWI production of the Mignon Wireless RLC5 ... 

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

March 11, 1919 Star Gazette newspaper Elmira, New Yorktbn_usa_universal_radio_star_gazette_tue_mar_11_1919.jpg

  
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