Welcome to our Museum and tour.
The Mississippi Historical Radio and Broadcasting Society
When the club was dissolved April 10, 1999; this site was removed and put in storage. Fortumately - circumstances are that we are able to make the site available once again.
|Since there are zillions of pictures of radios and related memorabilia of all kinds available in print as well as here on the web - we considered what we might present that would be different and perhaps a bit more interesting than just another picture gallery. With this is mind - we have put together a gallery tour that presents the interest, collection pieces and work of various members - taking the opportunity - where appropriate - to relate some of the history and events that are associated with some of the exhibits - especially when viewed from a "Mississippi" perspective. We hope you enjoy your visit. |
Mississippi's early radios
Battery and crystal Sets.
Mississippi and the Golden Years of Radio
Golden Age of Radio Part One:
1930 - 1941
Radio and WWII
War's grip is felt even in the Heart of Dixie
Golden Age of Radio Part Two:
1941 - 1950
Modern radios and Tubes;
and odds and ends.
Did We Mention that Meridian is Jimmie Rogers' Birthplace?
The Work Shop
Hints, Tips, and other "stuff"
(Under construction, Watch Your Step!)
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