The ham radio station of David Asbury, Philadelphia, PA, 1923.
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Early ham radio operator using a Westinghouse RA/DA receiver, Oak Lane, PA, 1923.

Credit: Radio Telephony for Amateurs, by Charles Stuart Ballantine, David McKay Company, 1923.

Early ham radio operators assembled an array of homemade and manufactured equipment to communicate with each other. In 1923 ham radio operator David Asbury’s home station included a Westinghouse RA/DA receiver (on the far right), and a homemade transmitter.

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