Help the East Brunswick Public Library Celebrate New
Jersey by visiting its latest display, “Inventions of NJ: Radio” courtesy of the New Jersey Antique Radio Club and InfoAge.
On display all month, the exhibit will take you through a visual tour of the history of Radio, beginning in the 1920s (or “the wild west” of radio as it’s also known) all the way up to the modern era, which began when the transistor was invented at Bell Labs in Murray Hill, N.J. Take a peek at an old Marlodyne 3-dialer from the 1920s, and see how it evolved over time. There is plenty to
see in this great presentation.
For more information on this event call 732-390-6767 or go to The Library’s website athttp://www.ebpl.org and click on “News & Events.”