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CKNX Tales from Wingham: the Radio & Television Town of Canada

 
A radio from the Doc Cruickshank collection-an example of what he sold in his store.
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W.T. "Doc" Cruickshank with the radio transmitter he built with a Popular Mechanics article
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Melville Culbert, who shared the 10 BP license with W.T. Cruickshank.
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Culbert's parent's house in Dungannon, Ont.  where he broadcast his programs under 10 BP
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Wingham Advance-Times article on the Dungannon connection to CKNX
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Schedule and range of programming offered on 10 BP
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Details about 10 BP station and programming
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Scotty Ross, early Wingham Radio Club supporter
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Scotty Ross' story about the first music played over Cruickshank's  hand-built microphone
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Dr. George Howson helped organize the Wingham Radio Club.
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Story of how Dr. Howson worked with Doc Cruickshank to start the Wingham Radio Club
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Dr. Hamilton, one of CKNX radio station's first sponsors in 1936
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Description of Dr. Hamilton's involvement in early CKNX
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Charles Lever's Wingham Radio Club card, 1926-1927
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W.A. Galbraith served as treasurer of the Wingham Radio Club in 1926.
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W.A. Galbraith's 1930 Wingham Radio Club card
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W.A. Galbraith's column on radio included information on other radio stations' programming.
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Letter from Wingham Radio Club regarding their wishes to update their equipment
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