Museum Hours:

Saturday 10-6

Sunday 12-5

Postwar American Television

Antenna Rotors

People living outside major cities often got their television from stations in several major cities. Outdoor antennas had to be aimed at the stations, and antenna rotors were used to do that. The antenna would be attached to a motor, and a control box inside the house would operate the motor. Here is a brochure.

These control boxes were made by the Alliance Corp.