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New York: American Television Society, 1946. First edition. Publisher's boards, cloth back, 9 in x 12 in. 144 pp. Light edge wear, upper corners faintly damp marked, ; very good. Cover illustration by Larry Tisdale. Industry representatives and other notables write about the actual and coming development of the medium.
Newark, VT: The Janus Press, 2006. First edition. One of 150 numbered copies signed by Claire Van Vliet, the binder, and the printer (the entire edition). Set in Adobe Neue Hammer Unciale and Monotype Plantin, and printed on calendered Barcham Green Boxley with the assistance of Andrew Miller-Brown, the cover...
London: The Wireless Press, 1916. First edition. Publisher's blue cloth, blocked in black. xi. 117 pages ; 8°. Very good. 1916 signature of James P. Fennelly. Abramson discusses his invention of an experimental system of radio-photography called the "Telephograph," which was able to transmit a 5 by 7 inch photograph in 25 minutes.