Museum Hours:

Saturday 10-6

Sunday 12-5

Early Electronic Television

Modern Replicas From Old Plans

Jack Neitz, a California resident, has built several TV sets from plans published in 1939-41 magazines.


This is an adaptor to turn a RCA oscilloscope into a television receiver. It was built using the plans in the January, 1941 issue of Radio News


This TV set uses a 2 inch tube. It was built from the instructions in the October 1939 issue of Radio & Television magazine.


This receiver is a copy of the Garod model 100 kit. It was made from the information in the Rider radio schematic publications.


A partially assembled copy of the Meissner 10-1153 kit. It was built from the manufacturer's assembly manual.


Pictures and articles courtesy of Jack Neitz