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Includes description of programming currently offered.
Report on newly-licensed W9XUI, broadcasting on VHF television band.
"W9XK, first licensed visual station west of Mississippi, to expand program in 1935" [p. 1], ca. 1934
Newspaper article which recounts the first public demonstration of W9XK in early 1933, plans for current and future programming.
Correspondence between University of Iowa Dean of College of Engineering F.M. Dawson, Dean of College of Education P.C. Packer, and Prof. E.C. Mabie and Dean George G. Stoddard, December 12, 1936, and memorandum between E.B. Kurtz and F.M. Dawson regarding television service funding, December 15, 1936
Letter, with memorandum, concerns funding to continue television service.
Correspondence between University of Iowa Dean of College of Engineering Prof. F.M. Dawson and university president W.A. Jessup, January 13, 1932
Requesting permission for Prof. E.B. Kurtz, College of Engineering, to meet with Chicago engineers concerning television broadcasting equipment needs.
Correspondence between University of Iowa Electrical Engineering Prof. E.B. Kurtz and Dept. of Music Prof. P.G. Clapp, October 4, 1941
Offer to return piano to music department, as it is no longer needed by now-defunct television service.
Correspondence between University of Iowa Electrical Engineering Prof. E.B. Kurtz and University of Iowa president W.A. Jessup, January 24, 1933
Invitation to demonstration of "sample sound-sight program" on Wednesday, January 25, .
An over-all view of W9XK's telecasting equipment, showing scanning unit (at left) and amplifier-monitor panel. Handles on scanner are used to direct scanning beam on object in studio on other side of the wall. Prof. E.B. Kurtz, head of the Electrical…
View of television transmitter for W9XK. Transmitter operated on 2050 kilocycles or a wave length of 146 meters. Pictured at left is Prof. E.B. Kurtz, head of the Electrical Engineering Department, holding a transmitter tube, and J.L. Potter,…
Prof. E.B. Kurtz, head of Electrical Engineering Department, points to a chart during his illustrated talk as part of W9XK's inaugural combined broadcast with radio station WSUI, Jan. 25, 1933.