1940s World War II Radio Post war electronics Transistors
1950s Hi Fi sound Magnetic recording Television
1930s cont. Switchboard Phone Diagnostic Station Phone Booth
Teletype Radio Repair Bench
There are so many things to see and do at the museum, but we suggest you begin your visit by following the time line to the evidence of electric communications.
How does a transistor work?
1800s Telegraph Telephone Sound recording (Phonograph) Motion Picture
1900s Wireless(radio) Vacuum tubes Crystal radios Tesla Coil
1920s Battery powered radios Radios as furniture AC powered radios
1930s Tube radios Radio/phonograph consoles Car radios
Follow the Time Line!
Detailed tour map of the exhibits
1960s Business Communications Stereo Sound FM radio
1970s Video recording Computers