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Forest Fire Protection by Radiophone The Wireless Age Magazine Jan. 1921 P8

This rare, ancient, Wireless Age, January 1921 issue of the now defunct, early radio magazine - The Wireless Age - on Page 8 had the following;
The Wireless Age Page 8, January 1921 [25 Kbyte] "World Wide Wireless continued

Santa Fe forest Fire Protection by Radiophone
The wireless telephone may be installed in Santa Fe forest before long, connecting the lookouts for fire protection and enabling people to talk to the summer residents on the Pecos after the telephone at Walley ranch exchange has closed down Saturday noon to remain mute until Monday."

Important French Development in Commercial Wireless to All Countries
The French Government has just signed with the Cie. Generale de Telegraphie sans Fil a contract under which this company is authorized to establish wireless telegraph services for commercial traffic between France and all other countries of the world."

President-Elect Harding Uses Radio for Congratulations
PRESIDENT-ELECT Harding on November 5th sent his congratulations by radio to the American Society of Mechanical Engineers on their 40th Anniversary at Boston; the message was broadcasted three times during the evening by the station of the American Radio and Research Corporation,..."

The League of Nations Wireless Station.
The Geneva wireless station by means of which journalist attending the conference of the League of Nations are securing a rapid distribution of their messages is situated on the Bel Air plateau at Chene Bourg, about three miles south of the city and at an elevation of about 1,400 feet."

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