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Earl I. Sponable papers, 1928-1968

Series V: Television

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Box 54 Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences


Box 54 American Broadcasting Company


Box 54 American Telephone and Telegraph Co. (AT&T), 1950

(SEE ALSO: Bell Laboratories)


Box 54 AT&T, 1962

(SEE ALSO: Eidophor)


Box 54 American Television Society


Box 54 Ampex Corporation, 1956


Box 54 AmpexCorporation, 1959

(SEEALSO: RCA and General Electric)


Box 54 Associated Theatre Owners of America, 1950


Box 54 B


Box 54 Baxter, Charles, 1947


Box 54 Bell Laboratories, 1951-1952


Box 54 Bell Telephone Laboratories


Box 54 Blonder-Tongue Systems, Inc., 1960


Box 54 Blount, Richard


Box 54 Braive, Maurice (Belgium) - color television, 1950


Box 54 C


Box 54 Cage Television System


Box 54 Camera


Box 54 Cinema Television, Ltd.


Box 54 Cinemascope TV


Box 54 Closed circuit


Box 54 1961


Box 54 1962


Box 54 Coats, George A.


Box 54 Cold cathode tubes, 1959


Box 54 Colonial Television Corporation


Box 54 Color (miscellaneous), 1962


Box 54 Color - hearing, general and demonstrations, 1949-1950


Box 54 Color Television, Inc. (George Sleeper, inventor), 1938-1950


Columbia Broadcasting System



Box 55 1951-1952


Box 55 1959


Box 55 Community Television Antenna Systems, 1960


Box 55 Corbett, Thomas E.


Box 55 Craig


Box 55 Crosley, Powel, Jr.


Box 55 D


Box 55 Don Lee Broadcasting System


Box 55 Drawings No. 071 & 072 (16 & 35mm film on TV), 1960

(SEE ALSO: NTA)


Box 55 DuMont


Box 55 E


Box 55 Employment


Box 55 England

(SEE ALSO: Society of Motion Picture Engineers/TV)


Box 55 F


Box 55 Fabian Theatres


Box 55 Farnsworth Television System


Federal Communications Commission (FCC)


Box 55 FCC, 1961


Box 55 Anti-trust (Schlafly), 1949-1950


Box 55 Anti-trust, 1951-1952


Box 55 General notices, 1948-1949


Box 55 Notices relating to Theatre TV hearings (Schlafly)

(SEE ALSO: Theatre TV)



Box 56 Petitions


Box 56 proposed findings and conclusions


Box 56 radio communications


Box 56 ultra high frequencies


Box 56 Gaumont (Baird)


General Electric


Box 56 1944-1946

included photos


Box 56 1946-1948


Box 56 1950


Box 56 1961-1962

(simultaneous light valve)


Box 56 thermoplastic recording, 1960



Box 57 General Precision Laboratory, 1950-1951


Box 57 General Television Corporation


Box 57 Guernsey


Box 57 Invoices


Box 57 Gould, Leslie H.


Box 57 Grignon, L. D.


Box 57 Guttman, Henry H.


Box 57 H


Box 57 Hazeltine, 1957


Box 57 Hearings, 1959


Box 57 History


Box 57 Hogan, J.V.L., reports


Box 57 Institute of Industrial Research, 1952


Box 57 Inventory, 1950


Box 57 Japan, 1962


Box 57 Jerrold Electronics Corporation, 1956-1957



Box 58 Kalbfell Laboratories


Box 58 Kolorama


Box 58 LaVia, Joseph, 1958


Box 58 Lowrence, Ernest O., 1950-1951


Box 58 Lens, Zoomar


Box 58 Ling Electronics, 1957


Box 58 Lye, Len - theatre television, 1953


Box 58 M


Box 58 Mclntosh & Inglis, 1952


Box 58 Minneapolis Station KMSP, 1959


Box 58 Miscellaneous


Box 58 Motion Picture Association of America


Box 58 Movietone


Box 58 N


Box 58 National Broadcasting Company


Box 58 National Telefilm Associates, Inc., 1959


Box 58 National Television System Committee


Box 58 New York (New Jersey) broadcasting facility - application to FCC, 1945-1949



Box 59 New York Telephone Company, 1950-1952


Box 59 Paramount Pictures


Box 59 Pauley, Ed (San Francisco), 1950


Box 59 Pay television, 1962


Box 59 Philco


Box 59 Phonevision (Zenith)


Box 59 PolyAx (Earl Markellie), 1960


Box 59 Polycasting (Wilmotte)


Box 59 Population (cities and time zones), 1962


Box 59 Printing


Publications and papers


Box 59 before 1950


Box 59 1951-1961



Box 60 R


RCA


Box 60 before 1950


Box 60 1951-1959


Box 60 RKO


Box 60 Radox


Box 60 Raitiere, Louis Pierre


Box 60 Rauland Corporation


Box 60 Raytheon



Box 61 Rehman Irving, and Eugene Singer, 1951


Box 61 Rosenthal, Adolph H.


Box 61 Roth, S.S.


Box 61 S


Box 61 Sagall,Solomon(Teleglobe Pay TV System), 1959


Box 61 San Francisco broadcasting facility

(SEE ALSO: Oversize)


Box 61 San Francisco broadcasting facility - Exhibits

(32 folders; Exhibit No. 22 contains a brief biography of Earl I. Sponable)



Box 62 San Francisco broadcasting facility - Exhibits

(33 folders)


Box 62 Schlesinger, M.A., 1951-1952


Box 62 Schlafly, H.J., 1952


Box 62 Scophony

(SEE ALSO: Skiatron)


Box 62 Selectivision, Inc. (Bernard L. Goldenberg), 1960



Box 63 Skiatron, 1953-1960

(SEE ALSO: Scophony)


Box 63 Smith, Kline & French Labs, 1959


Box 63 Solomon Julius L.


Box 63 Sound, Stereo, 1962


Box 63 Standards and specifications, 1961-1962


Box 63 Stevens, Thomas L.


Box 63 Subliminal advertising, 1957


Box 63 Subscription TV, 1952-1959


Box 63 Subscription TV, Inc.


Box 63 T


Box 63 TV Guide


Box 63 Tape and film in television, 1962


Box 63 Tape, Magnetic, 1962


Box 63 Technicolor, 1959


Box 63 Telefunken, 1952


Box 63 Telektrikon


Box 63 Telemeter (Etobicoke)


Box 63 Telemeter (Etobicoke), 1960

(SEE ALSO: Subscription TV)


Box 63 Telemeter - International Telemeter Corporation, 1957


Box 63 Teleprompter Corporation, 1951;1956


Box 63 Television Broadcasters Association, 1944-1950



Box 64 Theatre - Dynamic Theatre Network, Inc., 1962


Box 64 Theatre Network Television, 1959


Theatre Television


Box 64 General, 1952-1962

(SEE ALSO: TV - Eidophor)


Box 64 Big screen demonstrations, 8mc AT&T line, 1950


Box 64 Demonstrations, 1948-1950


Federal Communications Commission (FCC) hearing



Box 68 "Los Angeles Plan" of large-screen TV network, 1949

(includes PHOTOS)


Box 68 RCA - experimental theatre TV contract, 1947-1949


Box 68 RCA-Princeton, 1949


Box 68 RCA-proposal, 1948-1949


Box 68 Technical differences between Paramount, SMPTE and TCFF, 1950


Box 68 Theremin TV System, 1951


Box 68 Toll TV (SEE ALSO: Subscription TV), 1961


Box 68 Tradio, Inc.


Box 68 Tubes, camera


Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation (TCFFC)


Box 68 Boston, pre-1948


Box 68 Demonstrations, 1951


Box 68 Dismissal of applications for TV station construction permits


Box 68 Experimental laboratory, pre-1949



Box 69 Experimental station KE2XKA (formerly (KA-2461), 1951-1952


Box 69 Experimental TV laboratory reports, 1949


Box 69 Experimental theatre TV relay station KA-2461, 1950


Box 69 Los Angeles, 1945-1949


Box 69 Microwave


Box 69 Miscellaneous



Box 70 Theatre television, West Coast, 1950-1951


Box 70 West Coast, 1952


Box 70 West Orange and New York, 1945


Box 70 Twentieth Century Fox of California, Inc. (San Francisco)



Box 71 Twentieth Century Fox of Missouri, Inc. (Kansas City)


Box 71 Twentieth Century Fox of New England (Boston)

2 folders


Box 71 Twentieth Century Fox of Philadelphia



Box 72 Twentieth Century Fox of St. Louis


Box 72 Twentieth Century Fox of Washington, Inc. (Seattle)


Box 72 U


Box 72 V


Box 72 Varian Associates


Box 72 Visual Electronics Corporation


Box 72 W


Box 72 West Coast broadcasting facility - application to Federal Communications Commission, 1945


Box 72 Westinghouse, 1962


Box 72 Zenith


Box 72 Zenith-RKO General, 1960