This might be the first place I try.
Tim Stoffel <[log in to unmask]> wrote: On Sat, 2007-02-17 at 09:48 -0500, Richard L. Hess wrote:
> Roger, I am forwarding this to Tim Stoffel as he collects old VTRs
> and other things. He is constantly spending more than he makes on his
> collection, so it would be great if you could give them to him if he
> wants them. He's in Reno, NV.
> >There is a guy who comes to sell at the flea market I frequent.He
> >travels all over a four state area,buying stuff from storage
> >vaults,and estate leftovers.I only got records from him once,and
> >then some choice Calypso,and early 60s R&B Lps,but I usually get
> >nice antiques cheaply,that I make decent money on eBay with.One day
> >last summer,he had a pile of old photos.
These photos more properly belong in a manistrream electronic
communication museum. Examples would be the Antique Wireless Association
in West Bloomfield, NY, the Pavek museum, etc. There is a small museum
of phonographs in close to me in Virginia City, NV, as well as a small
electronic communication museum.
My collection is more equipment you would find in a broadcast station
setting. Although I do have a few consumer pieces in my collection, it
is mostly examples of significant new technology, such as early VCR's,
"If you're not on somebody's watchlist,you're not doing your job"
Dave Von Kleist
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