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Report on newly-licensed W9XUI, broadcasting on VHF television band.
Correspondence between University of Iowa Electrical Engineering Prof. James T. Rood and WSUI radio station manager Carl Menzer, June 7, 1929
Rood, a professor of engineering, expressed skepticism of plans for an experimental television station at the University of Iowa, in this letter addressed to Carl Menzer, manager of radio station WSUI.
Authorizing travel for SUI faculty to present television license request to Federal Radio Commission in Washington, D.C.
Correspondence between Carl Menzer of the University of Iowa radio station and the Hon. C.W. Ramseyer, September 15, 1931
WSUI radio station manager requesting support for TV license application. Mr. Ramseyer was a member of the U.S. House of Representatives at the time.
Report recommends approving University of Iowa's application for experimental television broadcasting license.
Correspondence between University of Iowa radio station manager Carl Menzer and Harold A. Lafount of the Federal Radio Commission, and attached letter between Carl Menzer and Senator Smith W. Brookhart, September 15, 1931
Letter of application to the Federal Radio Commission to grant an experimental television broadcasting license to the University of Iowa, with additional letter of support to Sen. Brookhart, both written by Carl Menzer, manager, radio station WSUI.
Federal Radio Commission rules and regulations for acquisition of a television broadcasting license and notice from the Federal Radio Commission of hearing for the University of Iowa's application for an experimental television broadcasting license.…
Correspondence between U.S. Representative C.W. Ramseyer and University of Iowa Dean of College of Engineering C.C. Williams, January 15, 1932 and acknowledgment letter from C.C. Williams to C.W. Ramseyer, January 21, 1932
U.S. Rep. C.W. Ramseyer advising Dean C.C. Williams of approval of license for experimental television broadcasting.