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Radios Beginning with "O"

Here are all the radios in the Archives with manufacturer's name beginning with the letter O.  In those cases in which one model number is listed more than once, there were apparent variations in color, dial style/color, knobs, or year of manufacture in the images provided to the Archives.  Mouse-over the dot next to the model number to see a thumbnail image of the radio.  Click on the dot to see full-sized photograph(s) of the radio.  To see a different group of radios, click on a letter below to see radios beginning with that letter.

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         <- Okay Grand Dependable 5 (1925) Model RF1- Michael Feldt
         <- Okay Grand Dependable 5 (1926) Model RF1- Michael Feldt
         <- Olson RA-355 - Ben Theiss
         <- Olympic 6-501 (1946) - William Skaggs
         <- Olympic 6-501 - Cliff Colson
         <- Olympic 6-501W (1946) - Richard Rodgers
         <- Olympic 6-502 (1946) - Lee Winsor
         <- Olympic 6-502P (1946) - Ken Smith
         <- Olympic 6-617 (1946) - Michael Litvack
         <- Olympic 6A-50 (1948) - California Historical Radio Society
         <- Olympic 6A-501 (1946) - Tom Voegtli
         <- Olympic 6A-501 (1946) - Joseph Rebar
         <- Olympic 6A-606 (1947) - Grand Canyon Tube Radio
         <- Olympic 7-421 (1949) - Jim Dennis
         <- Olympic 7-421 - Nicolo Salerno
         <- Olympic 7-421 (Late) - Nicolo Salerno
         <- Olympic 7-421-V (1948) - Greg Jewett
         <- Olympic 7-421W (1949) - Jim Dennis
         <- Olympic 7-532W (1947) - Jim Wassell
         <- Olympic 7-537W (1948) - David Spivey
         <- Olympic 7-934 - Daniel Larson
         <- Olympic 407 - George Aalto
         <- Olympic 408 - Gordon Fucho
         <- Olympic 440 (1950) - Joseph Rebar
         <- Olympic 440 - California Historical Radio Society
         <- Olympic 441 (1954) - Jim Dennis
         <- Olympic 441 - Bob Warren
         <- Olympic 441 (1955) - David Spivey
         <- Olympic 442 (1955) - Mark Toppo
         <- Olympic 446 - Gary Arnold
         <- Olympic 449 - Richard Smardzewski
         <- Olympic 450 - John Hufnagel
         <- Olympic 544 - Will Daniels
         <- Olympic 544 - Art Hoch
         <- Olympic 544 Twin Speaker - Bob Warren
         <- Olympic 777 - Ben Theiss
         <- Olympic 778 (1951) - John Hufnagel
         <- Olympic 780 - Ben Theiss
         <- Olympic 1100 - Bob Warren
         <- Olympic AFM-26 (1966) - Matthew Taylor
         <- Olympic Goldy 250 - Gary Arnold
         <- Olympic LP163 - Robert Casey
         <- Olympic LP213 (1947) - Jim Dennis
         <- Olympic LP-3244 (1953) - Steve Tardi
         <- Olympic MM235 - Ken Smith
         <- Olympic Tivoli 300 (1959) - Phil Bartells
         <- Olympic Opta Bela Luxus 5700W (1958) - Phil Bartells
         <- Omegas 7 - Ben Theiss
         <- Omegas 8 - Ben Theiss
         <- Omegas TR-8 (1962) - Ben Theiss
         <- OMGS PTR-102N (1963) - Joseph Rebar
         <- Operadio Portable (1925) - Mike Schultz
         <- Oriole 71 - Jim Gordon
         <- Oriole L20A6 - George Aalto
         <- Oriole Trinum 200 - Bob Stroebel
         <- Orion AR-602 - Steve Tardi
         <- Orion (Japan) LM812 (1961) - Stefaan Vermuyten
         <- Orpheus Treasure Chest - Bill Fischer
         <- Ozarka 78 - Donald Ignatius
         <- Ozarka 89 - Wes Mayers
         <- Ozarka 91 (1931) - Arne Esbin
         <- Ozarka SR - Unattributed
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