The following are some suggested links to groups and places that are partners in the museum's success:
The Windsor Historical Society - Our neighbor down the road and a great place to visit!
Windsor Art Center at the Freight House - Windsor's newest museum, check them out if you have a chance.
The Oliver Ellsworth Homestead - Believe it or not, one of the early ancestors of our museum director John Ellsworth.
The Tobacco Museum at Northwest Park - Windsor has a long history of making great tobacco for cigar wrappers.
Windsor Chamber of Commerce - A very active chamber and a big supporter of our museum.
Town of Windsor Connecticut - Connecticut's first town and our home.
Visit the Windsor, CT page of the American Towns website to find out what's Happening in and around Windsor, CT. http://www.americantowns.com/ct/windsor
Connecticut Historical Resource Guide
As a first step in your journey through Connecticut’s history, check out the facts, statistics, and catalogues made available through the following sites. It will be especially helpful to pay them a visit if you’re looking for Connecticut’s vital statistics, important points in history, or interesting trivia. All are free to use and you can trust the information they contain.
Radio and Communications Links
ARRL - The American Radio Relay
League in Newington.
http://www.arrl.org/arrl-vintage-amateur-radio-equipment-exhibit - ARRL Museum Page
New England Antique Radio Club - Based out of New Hampshire.
History - Run by Connecticut radio enthusiast John Ramsey
Ottawa Vintage Radio Club: Canadian club dedicated to the preservation and presentation of Canadian Radio History
www.nyantiqueradio.org Greater New York Vintage Wireless Association
www.lirtvhs.org Hudson Valley Antique Radio and Photograph Society - "Preserving the past for the future"
www.mrca.ar88.net Military Radio Collectors Association
www.njarc.org New Jersey Antique Radio Club
www.maarc.org Mid Atlantic Antique Radio Club (and Museum) in Maryland.
American Radio History -
Two million pages of AM FM & TV Broadcasting history online Great Site!
Museum of early consumer electronics and 1st achievements
The museum no longer offers radio repair, however there are a number of people we can recommend who have a connection to the museum:
Danny Fitzin - Danny fixes all types of radios, televisions and phonographs. He has a repair area in our museum and also does repairs at home. Contact him at (860) 684-6646 or (860) 623-1937
Precision Resistors - Riedon has the largest selection of quality precisions resistors that meet all RoHS guidelines.
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