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Radio Boys Book: At Mountain Pass
(book)
Radio Boys Book: At Mountain Pass
-or- The Midnight Call for Assistance. This 1922 book is the fourth in a series of Radio Boys books by Allen Chapman. Its 218 pages portray an enthusiasm of clean wholesomeness of a bygone era. From the Foreword written by Jack Binns of the New York Tribune: "Although the radio boys in this case are but creatures of the author's imagination, nonetheless they are typical of all the men who have taken part in bringing radio to its present stage. Even Marconi himself likes to take pride in the assertion that he too was at one time an amateur, because he insists that during his early experiments he was only a boy amateur tinkering with the little known subject. There is undoubtedly a great deal of truth in his claim, because the experiments that led to his success were made while he was a youth studying at the Bologna University in Italy." For 100 years of age, the wear on this book reflects on it to be in very good condition. There is minimal staining on the faded blue cloth cover. All pages are present and complete, and have not been dog eared.  $40.00. (1720120)
Radio Boys Book: At Mountain Pass
-or- The Midnight Call for Assistance. This 1922 book is the fourth in a series of Radio Boys books by Allen Chapman. Its 218 pages portray an enthusiasm of clean wholesomeness of a bygone era. From the Foreword written by Jack Binns of the New York Tribune: "Although the radio boys in this case are but creatures of the author's imagination, nonetheless they are typical of all the men who have taken part in bringing radio to its present stage. Even Marconi himself likes to take pride in the assertion that he too was at one time an amateur, because he insists that during his early experiments he was only a boy amateur tinkering with the little known subject. There is undoubtedly a great deal of truth in his claim, because the experiments that led to his success were made while he was a youth studying at the Bologna University in Italy." For 100 years of age, the wear on this book reflects on it to be in very good condition. There is minimal staining on the faded blue cloth cover. All pages are present and complete, and have not been dog eared.  $40.00. (1720120)
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