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Collection: W9XK Experimental Television at Iowa
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Two men and a woman broadcasting at the Iowa Memorial Union, The University of Iowa, November 21, 1940
"Music Hour" broadcast at Iowa Memorial Union for W9XUI, Nov. 21, 1940.
Travel authorization, November 20, 1931
Authorizing travel for SUI faculty to present television license request to Federal Radio Commission in Washington, D.C.
Television station call letters, The University of Iowa, 1930s
W9XK television call letters, used to identify the station at the beginning and end of each of its broadcasts, 1930s.
Television Research Laboratory floor plan, The University of Iowa, March 7, 1932
Floor plan of W9XK studio, transmitter, and operating rooms.
Television Research Laboratory elevation plan, The University of Iowa, March 7, 1932
Sectional elevations of W9Xk studio and operating rooms.
Television equipment: bank of photoelectric cells, The University of Iowa, 1933
Prof. E.B. Kurtz, head of the Dept. of Electrical engineering, looking through a bank of ten photoelectric cells mounted in frame for use at W9XK studio, 1933.
Reprint of newspaper report on television broadcast demonstration, The University of Iowa, March 3, 1933
Daily Iowan account of the March 3, 1933 public demonstration of television.
Ray C. Kent standing behind camera, The University of Iowa, 1941
Television camera employing Iconoscope. Electrical engineering instructor Ray C. Kent is focusing W9XUI camera by adjusting large portrait lens, 1941.
Newspaper report on experimental television broadcasts at The University of Iowa, 1930s
Newspaper account of the experimental television broadcast originating from the University of Iowa.
Map/diagram of Midwest, 1930s
Diagram of locations reporting television reception of W9XK, 1930s.