Typed Letter Signed on scarce "American Television Laboratories" letterhead. Lee de FOREST, 1873 - 1961.
Typed Letter Signed on scarce "American Television Laboratories" letterhead

Typed Letter Signed on scarce "American Television Laboratories" letterhead

Chicago: 1947.

1 page, 11 x 8.5 inches, Chicago, January 13, 1947, to Dr. Walter Ransom Baker, electrical engineer who contributed greatly to the development of radio and television, in full: "I am deeply gratified to read what you say in the January issue of Radio-Craft [enclosed pages] regarding my work in the electronic field, a field to which you have, yourself, contributed so generously." Some discoloration throughout the body of the letter due to the previous enclosure of a newspaper article. Good condition. Priced accordingly. Accompanied by 12 pages from the January 1947 issue of "Radio-Craft."

American inventor, self-described "Father of Radio," and pioneer in the development of sound-on-film recording used in motion pictures.

Binding: Unbound
Language: English

Price: $500.00

Item #273286

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