ALS. 4pg. 8” x 10”. January 2, 1926. Brooklyn, New York. An autograph letter signed “John” with a description of early radio. It states in part: “…Have been thinking over that radio situation and think your best bet is to rebuilt the one you have to a Roberts circuit. I’ve kept track of that circuit since it came out last April (isn’t that issue of Radio broadcast home somewhere?) and owners thereof in N.Y. consistently get even KGO (Calif.) and Europe on the loud speaker. It’s an antenna set with four tubes. Probably would be best with a 50’ – 100’ braid antenna indoors. I’ve checked the accompanying list for new material you’d recd. You see it would run only $5 at most. You could even build by just buying the coils (or even make them yourself) but its best to get the new Sickles coils which are giving better results that the others even. Condensers we have and the Acme transformer. We also have the All American Push Pull transformers which we could use. You should have

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