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Stubblefield's Wireless (sources)

  • “A Technological Survey of Broadcasting’s ‘Pre-History,’ 1876-1920”, by Elliot N. Sivowitch in the Journal of Broadcasting, Vol. XV, No.1, Winter 1970-1971, pg. 1-20.
  • “Another ‘Inventor of Radio’”, by L.J. Horten in Broadcasting and Broadcast Advertising, January 1, 1937, pg. 32. [NOTE: The entire text of a radio broadcast made by Horton is quoted within the text of this article, and this is what is referenced here.]
  • “Induction, Electric”, from the World Book Encyclopedia, Vol. 9, 1961, pg. 178.
  • “Let’s hear it for Bernard Stubblefield!”, by Edward C. Lambert in TV Guide, October 10, 1970, pg. 18-20.
  • “Nathan B. Stubblefield and His Wireless Telephone”, by Thomas W. Hoffer in the Journal of Broadcasting, Vol. XV, No.3, Summer 1971, pg. 317-329.
  • “Neglected Genius”, by Frank Edwards in his book Stranger Than Science, 1959 Lyle Stuart, Inc., pgs. 9-11.
  • “Radio Broadcast”, by Joseph Nathan Kane in his book Famous First Facts, 1933, pg. 423.
  • “Radio, History”, from the World Book Encyclopedia, Vol. 15, 1961, pg. 87.
  • U.S. Patent # 350,299: Mode of Electric Communication, A.E. DolBear, Oct. 5 1886. Available online at: http://www.google.com/patents
  • U.S. Patent # 887,357: Wireless Telephone, Nathan B. Stubblefield, May 12 1908. Available online at: http://www.google.com/patents