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T Technology (Go to start of category)
TK Electrical Engineering (and computer networks); Nuclear Engineering (Go to start of category)
TK6545 .S6 A3 [Info] Forty Years of Radio Research: A Reportorial Account (New York: Gordon and Breach, 1962), by George Southworth, contrib. by Lloyd Espenschied (PDF at
TK6547 .R3 [Info] The Radio Industry: The Story of its Development, As Told by Leaders of the Industry to the Students of the Graduate School of Business Administration, George F. Baker Foundation, Harvard University (Chicago et al.: A. W. Shaw, 1928), contrib. by David Sarnoff, J. Anton De Haas, Elmer Eustice Bucher, James G. Harbord, Frank B. Jewett, E. P. Edwards, Stephen B. Davis, H. P. Davis, Merlin Hall Aylesworth, J. L. Ray, Pierre Boucheron, and Harold C. Weber (PDF at
TK6548 .U6 [Info] History of Radio to 1926 (New York: American Historical Society, c1938), by Gleason L. Archer
TK6548 .U6 A82 [Info] Big Business and Radio (New York: American Historical Co., c1939), by Gleason L. Archer (page images at HathiTrust)
TK6548 .U6 C45 1942 [Info] Sound and Fury: An Informal History of Broadcasting (New York and London: Harper and Bros., c1942), by Francis S. Chase (page images at HathiTrust)
TK6548 .U6 L3 1942 [Info] Who, What, Why is Radio? (first edition; New York: G. W. Stewart, c1942), by Robert J. Landry (page images at HathiTrust)
TK6548 .U6 L3 1946 [Info] Who, What, Why is Radio? (revised edition; New York: G. W. Stewart, ca. 1946), by Robert J. Landry (PDF at
TK6550 .D4 [Info] "WWJ, The Detroit News": The History of Radiophone Broadcasting by the Earliest and Foremost of Newspaper Stations; Together With Information on Radio for Amateur and Expert (Detroit: Evening News Association, 1922), by Detroit News (Firm) (multiple formats at
TK6550 .D82 1935 [Info] The Story of Radio (second edition; New York: The Dial Press, 1935), by Orrin E. Dunlap (PDF at
TK6550 .G25 [Info] Radio for All (Philadelphia and London: J.B. Lippincott Co., 1922), by Hugo Gernsback
TK6550 .G6 [Info] Radio Telephony (New York: The Wireless Press, c1918), by Alfred N. Goldsmith (multiple formats at
TK6550 .K3 1922 [Info] The A.B.C. of Radio: The Underlying Principles of Wireless Telephony in Simple Language With Explanatory Drawings and Glossary (second edition; New York: M. H. Ray, c1922), by Waldemar Kaempffert (page images at HathiTrust)
TK6550 .M29 [Info] The MYE Technical Manual (Indianapolis: P. R. Mallory and Co., c1942), by and Co. P. R. Mallory (page images at HathiTrust)
TK6550 .M295 [Info] Elements of Radio (New York and San Francisco: Prentice-Hall, 1943), by Abraham Marcus and William Marcus, ed. by Ralph E. Horton (PDF at
TK6550 .S29 [Info] Radio Electronics (New York et al.: McGraw-Hill Book Co., 1956), by Samuel Seely (PDF at
TK6550 .T35 [Info] Basic Radio Repair (2 volumes in 1; New York: J. F. Rider, 1963), by Marvin Tepper (PDF at
TK6550 .T53 [Info] Magic Dials: The Story of Radio and Television (New York: Lee Furman, 1939), by Lowell Thomas, illust. by Anton Bruehl (PDF at
TK6550 .T9 [Info] Modern Radio (New York: Harcourt, Brace and Co., c1944), by Kingdon S. Tyler, illust. by James Mac Donald (PDF at
TK6553 .C73 [Info] Repairing Portable and Clock Radios (New York: J. F. Rider, c1958), by Ben Crisses and David Gnessin (PDF at
TK6553 .H6 [Info] Radio as a Career (from the Kitson Careers series; New York and London: Funk and Wagnalls, 1940), by J. L. Hornung (PDF at
TK6553 .H8 [Info] Frequency Modulation, by August Hund (PDF at
TK6553 .I6 [Info] Standards on Radio Wave Propagation: Measuring Methods (1942), by Institute of Radio Engineers (PDF at
TK6553 .L85 [Info] Measurement in Radio (Columbus, OH: Ohio State University Press, c1934), by Frederick H. Lumley (PDF at
TK6553 .R46 [Info] FM: An Introduction to Frequency Modulation (New York: J. F. Rider, c1940), by John F. Rider (PDF at
TK6553 .R463 1949 [Info] FM Transmission and Reception (New York: J. F. Rider, c1949), by John F. Rider and Seymour D. Uslan (PDF at

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