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Doc Herrold and Ray Newby

Doc Herrold and Ray Newby

Charles D. "Doc" Herrold (right) and his student Ray Newby (left) are shown operating a small spark transmitter at the Herrold College of Engineering and Wireless in San Jose, 1909. The voice radio station they started here eventually became first KQW and then KCBS.
 

Voices Out Of The Fog

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