I share a couple of old early radios. They are called the cathedral style of table top radio, which became popular in the 1930s.
I haven't had much success looking for web sites that show clearly any more information, and honestly I don't care that much about them, beyond curiosity.
The memories of old radio shows are of more interest to me...before TV, families would listen together to broadcasts. I wasn't around for Franklin Roosevelt's fireside chats. But I began listening to music early on, and dancing around the living room. Later I enjoyed shows with characters I grew to love, the Lone Ranger, Red Skelton, Jack Benny, Bob Hope, and on and on.
There was a Texaco hour I think on Sunday afternoons, and I remember going for drives with my family and listening to it in the car on the radio. When it was opera singing, I kind of lost interest...after all they were not singing in English even!
I guess this was how my continued interest in radio broadcast music began, and today I am an ardent fan of NPR.
Did you have some radio experiences that you remember?
Sharing with Sepia Saturday this week, which shows a sporting event...on a big field, without electrical amplification so a huge megaphone is being used...I wonder if there were no electric amps yet being used?
It is when you are willing to listen to yourself and be fearless that figuring out your next step becomes easy.