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Leonard Arzoomanian, United States of America (USA) - Tube collection

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I am a collector and historian, interested in Rhode Island Radio in the 1920's. I am always looking for new acquisitions for my collection but more importantly, I want to document this important era in Rhode Island history. I want to promote the many Rhode Islanders that contributed to the Radio Age. People like Walter W Massie and Thomas P Giblin who you will learn about on my website To that end, if you have any information on Radio in Rhode Island in the 1920's please contact me. I am especially looking for Rhode Island made radio apparatus, components, memorabilia and history. Especially old photographs of Rhode Island Radio shops, Radio station broadcast rooms and equipment, Radio store window displays and department store Radio Displays. I am not just looking for items to collect, I am also looking for the opportunity to photograph, scan and document anything you may have for use on the website. Full credit will be given for all items that are used.
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Excerpt from the tube collection of Leonard Arzoomanian. These images (tube photos) were uploaded to the respective tubes or valves by Leonard Arzoomanian.

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Common type USA tube/semicond. USA
This tube was removed from service on August 17th 1933 at radio station WTIC,  Hartord, Connecticut. It was used in the old water cooled radio transmitter on top of Avon Mountain in Avon, Connecticut. The transmitter used six of these tubes to rectify 18,000 volts for the final stage of the transmitter. The transmitter was 50,000 watts. Price	of this tube at the time was $395.
Common type USA tube/semicond. USA

Tube collector page of valve collector Leonard Arzoomanian as «own HP at RMorg»
As a member of Leonard Arzoomanian displays items in his/her tube collection. Tubes are called valves in British oriented countries.
Valve and tube collectors as well as radio collectors are invited to join Every member can display separate collections of tubes, radios etc.

Leonard Arzoomanian started his/her tube collection (valve collection) here on 08.Sep.2020. [index-en]


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