The Victor Booklet.

 

 

The booklet is quite small, being 3.25 (8.25cm) wide and 5.5 (14cm) tall. The two corners are rounded, about .25 radius.

 

By clicking on each link here you will be able to read the booklet, or copy the .jpgs to your computer to read later, at your convenience. You could even make a replica booklet if you wanted to! You will see of course that all the text was prepared by the Marconi Institute, which was presumably the training wing of the American Marconi Company. Of course, that company was not destined to survive for much longer; it sold out, or was purchased, as part of a plan to drive out European interests from the American Radio scene when the U.S. Navy finally relinquished control of Radio after the Great War.

 

1. Front cover

 

2. Inside cover & title page

 

3. Foreword.

 

4. Introduction & Instructions

 

5. Pages 6 & 7

 

6. Pages 8 & 9

 

7. Pages 10 & 11

 

8. Pages 12 & 13

 

9. Pages 14 & 15

 

10. Pages16 & 17

 

11. Pages 18 & 19

 

12. Pages20 & 21

 

13. Pages 22 & 23

 

14. Pages24 & 25

 

15. Pages 26 & 27

 

16. Last (blank) page & inside back cover

 

17. Back cover

 

Someone has drawn in pencil what looks like a hook, or gaff on the back cover.

 

 

Page revised 29th December 2008.

Re-formatted December 21st 2015.