The History of InfoAge Science & History MuseumsRCA Ownership
RCA operated the campus in the first half of 1920. They emphasized commercial radio developments.
The Belmar Days
The Wireless Age n.d. “The Belmar Days”, The Wireless Age (no date – placed here based on comments in the article). Reprint on file, Infoage Archives.
This personal story gives a glimpse into life at the station during the 1920s. “Belmar! It is a sweet and euphonious name.”
Professor Einstein Looks Into Radio
Published in Wireless Age June 1921 Volume 8, number 9 Reading from left to right: David Sarnoff, Thomas J. Hayden, Dr. E.J.Berg, S. Benedict, Professor Albert Einstein, John Carson, Dr. C. P. Steinmetz, Dr. A. N. Goldsmith, A. Malsin, Dr. Irving Langmuir, Dr. Albert…
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