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Doolittle Co., F.M.; New Haven, Connecticut

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Name: Doolittle Co., F.M.; New Haven, Connecticut    (USA)  
Abbreviation: doolittle
Products: Model types
Summary:

The F. M. Doolittle Company was located at 817 Chapel Street in New Haven, Connecticut.

The company offered a line of early horn speakers circa 1920 . A radio is known as well.

History:

This manufacturer was suggested by Alan Larsen.


Some models:
Country Year Name 1st Tube Notes
USA  20 Amplifone Speaker [Bakelite front with round opening]   Doolittle Amplifone Horn Speaker. The speaker came in two versions one with a metal case a... 
USA  20/21 Amplifone Type A [Metal front with square opening]   Doolittle Amplifone Type A Horn Speaker. The speaker came in two versions one with a metal... 
USA  22 The Audimax   Doolittle Radio Corp. "The Audimax" loudspeaker. This speaker was advertised ... 
USA  22 Doolittle Receiver UV201  Doolittle Radio Corp. "Doolittle Receiver" Circa 1922 Six-tube TRF receiver u... 
USA  20 Doolittle Decremeter   The Doolittle Decrementer was adapted to Amateur wavelengths and priced so the amateur cou... 
USA  21 Duplex Gap   Device to allow an operator to hear the man you are working with through your own sendi... 

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

Picture courtesy of AntiqueRadiosDOTcomtbn_usa_doolittle_square-2.jpg
March 1913 Electrician & Mechanics magazine advertisement on page X. The address given is where Franklin Doolittle lived while a student at Yale, from which he graduated in 1915. This must have been an effort to generate some income while a student there. We have no idea who "Benedict" his partner was.tbn_usa_doolittle_march_1913_electrician_mechanic_page_x.jpg

  
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