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MUSEUM - HOUSTON WIRELESS

This is a work in progress on the history of the Houston Radio Club and it's members through photos and information.
 

Any contributions to this page would be greatly appreciated.

Look for additional photos and info through the 1930's here in the future.


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C. W. Vick

Note Navy type loose coupler with DeForest spherical audion detector.
Look for other photos on this guy in the future.

200 Meters and Down - The Story of Amateur Radio, page 160 tells
of 5ZO operating his station during the Port Aransas flood of 1919,
before the WWI radio ban lifted.

I wonder if he got fined

Early station of 5ZO circa 1914
Clifford Vick

QSL Card

QSL card from 5MS to 5GY
circa 1921
 
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QSL Card

Station 5ZE of B. J. Still

Houston, TX circa 1920

Hurlburt Still Electrical Company was one of the first Grebe dealers after WWI

DeForest equipment in use in the background

5ZE Station
 

Labeled on photo:
Music Hath Charms
especially radiofone music
Concert by 5ZE

5ZE Station

-pictured left to right-
5FL, 5DL, 5AO, 5EC, 5ZT

Houston, TX circa 1921

Club Booth

Houston Radio Club Booth
at the
Houston Exposition of 1921

Club Booth


Radio Shack Card

An old Radio Shack card

   
 
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