Tour Survey Online

Tour Survey by Paper, PDF

Email Registry Online

Email Registry by Paper, PDF


AMATEUR RADIO Puzzle 1 Puzzle 1   Puzzle 2 Puzzle 1
POWEL CROSLEY Jr.   Puzzle 1 Puzzle 1
  Puzzle 1 Puzzle 1
CINCINNATI RADIO & TV Puzzle 1 Puzzle 1 Puzzle 1
Puzzle 1 Puzzle 1     Puzzle 2

Puzzle 3
Puzzle 1     Puzzle 2

Puzzle 3
VOA BETHANY Puzzle 1   Puzzle 2

Puzzle 3
Puzzle 1    Puzzle 2

Puzzle 3
Puzzle 1    Puzzle 2

Puzzle 3


Documents Alphabetical Listing

50 Years of Broadcasting (VOA) by Dave Snyder, 1.8 Meg, PDF

200 kW HF transmitters at VOA Bethany Relay Station, 6.2 Meg, PDF

A Trip Through WLW

Alfred Carlton Gilbert:: An Unsung Radio Pioneer by James O'Neal    500 k, PDF

Bits of Wireless History from The Gray History of Wireless Museum by Jack Gray   14.7 Meg, PDF

Boombox by Powel Crosley Jr.  PDF

Cincinnati's Powel Crosley by J.M.Rice   55.5 Meg, PDF

Crosley Innovations List   PDF

Crosley Long Term Employees

Crosley 30 Years - Feb 1952

Crosley Interview - Sept 1960

Crosley Radio List PDF

Directory of Broadcast Receivers 1921-1930 from Vintage Radio by Morgan E McMahon 3rd Edition  4.3 Meg, PDF

How the Icyball Refrigerator Worked, 55 k, PDF

How Spark Transmitters Work by Dave Snyder   28 Meg, PDF

How Time Balls Worked (See page 12 explaining how the
Nation Weather Service began in Cincinnati because of telegraphy) 3.6 Meg, PDF

Icyball Refrigerator Instructions 250k, PDF

Merle Antony Tuve Discovered the ionosphere and worked on the proximity Fuze

Narrative of History of VOA Bethany 132 k, PDF

VOA Bethany Pocket Fact Sheet  2.7 Meg, PDF

Pictures, National VOA Museum of Broadcasting

Pictures, Gray History of Wireless Exhibit at the National VOA Museum of Broadcasting

Pictures, Media Heritage Exhibit at the National VOA Museum of Broadcasting

Radio aboard the RMS Titanic by Fred Archibals VE1FA  3.6 Meg, PDF

Radio Propagation Exhibit

Radio and How it Works by Lew Currier 1945  For the Crosley Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) 6.8 Meg, PDF

R.J. Rockwell and His Cathanode Rig

Sales Tracking Sheet PDF

Significant Dates for VOA Bethany Station by Dave Snyder  77 k, PDF

The Crosley Story by Jack Gray 14.5 Meg, PDF

This is the Crosley Broadcasting Corp.

US Information Agency - VOA Bethany Relay Station 1998

USCGC Courier Story in poster form from the USCGC Courier Association 14.4 Meg, PDF

USCGC Courier (WTR-410) and The Voice of America by Sarah Lanzaro  5 Meg, PDF

USCGC Crew Member David H, K6JDH, Members page from QRZ (with permission)

VOA Bethany Pocket Fact Sheet  2.5 Meg, PDF

VOA Today - 2018  85 k, PDF

VOA Languages Alphabetical

VOA Languages Present to Past

WLW 500 kW History by Clyde Haehnle    7.3 Meg, PDF

WLW 500 kW Article by Joe Chambers March 1934   

WLW History Article - April 1947   1.2 Meg, PDF



National Voice of America Museum of Broadcasting on Ham Talk Live Audio Only  Sept.. 2016  44:59
(Jay Adrick K8CJY, Joe Gruber WD8AZQ  and Gary West K8DEV)

USCGC Courier and the VOA on Ham Talk Live Audio Only (Lee Hite) Sept. 13, 2018   46:14

75th Anniversary on Ham Talk Live, Audio only, Melinda Zemper, Jocelyn Brault, Lee Hite, April 11, 2019, 50:42


VOA Bethany Final Crosley Transmitter Broadcast   (November 1, 1989) 622 Meg, WAV


VOA Video Playlist

America's Voice    17:18

Crosley Innovations  8:30

Radio Proximity Fuze

VOA Legacy - An Era Begin  9:56
Narrated by Dave Snyder (last Bethany Plant Manager), Charles Stinger (former Bethany Plant Manger) and Paul Wiseman ( Bethany Maintenance Supervisor).

Welcome to Bethany Relay Station  by; Dave Snyder  Part 1 & 2  16:08

Rusty McClure on Powel Crosley and WWII

Part 1 of 5 Tour of Voice of America Transmitter Plant, Greenville, NC, YouTube  Nov. 2009  8:48

Voice of America Bethany (Mason) Ohio Relay Station tour by station manager  (David Sites, KC4QG)   April 24, 1992  21:41

Voice of America Museum of Broadcasting  By Jim Hawkins   August 28, 2012; 39:30

Voice of America Museum Special tour , July 31, 2013 by Amateur Featuring (Dave Snyder) 45:08

Voice of America by Mr. Audio Sound Images 2:09 

WLW Super-Power Transmitter Tour from 1985    recorded on December 9, 1985 by Art Vuolo, Jr. and  Randy Michaels

History of the Magnetic Tape Recorder  YouTube

WLW 500,000 watt Transmitter tour by Jay Adrick K8CJY thru Randy Hall, K7AGE, YouTube  31:43

WLW's 500,000 watt Transmitter   By  K7AGE Randall Hall   31:48

WLW AM Transmitter Tour 1997, by Jim Hawkins - WA2WHV Chief Engineer: Paul Jellison

WC8VOA Amateur Radio Station about Ham Radio in disasters, WCPO Cincinnati (Joe Molter) Sept 13, 2018   2:03