Radios Beginning with "U"
Here are all the
radios in the Archives with manufacturer's name beginning with the
letter U. 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.
<- Ultra 6104 - Roger Smith
<- Unica 7015 Oscar (1960) - Asger Hunov
<- United Engine 50 (1930) - Terry Hicks
<- United Engine 50-301 (1930) - Terry Hicks
<- United Motors 4049 (1933) - Bryan Kelley
<- Universal (Japan) 1440M (1965) - Joseph Rebar
<- Universal (Japan) PTR-62B (1962) - Joseph Rebar
<- Universal (Japan) PTR-62B (1963) - Joseph Rebar
<- Universal (Japan) PTR62B - Gary Ball
<- Universal 716A (1936) - Lew Magrish
<- Universal 1403 (1935) - Lew Magrish
<- Unknown Manufacturer 1 - Tim Moen
<- US Labs UA-Six (1926) Radio Receptor- Gordon Bell, WA2YQY
<- US Radio 19B - Ben Martin
<- US Radio 24 (1933) - Lew Magrish
<- US Radio 24A - Ron Potter
<- US Radio 32A (1932) - Lew Magrish
<- US Radio 305-6 (1932) - Lew Magrish
<- US Radio 3072 (1931) - Wes Mayers
<- US Radio 3092 - Brad Buck
<- US Radio Apex 8A (1932) - Brad Matter
<- US Radio Apex 32 - Sherwood Morse
<- US Radio Supertone 32A - Ariel Orduna
<- US Television 5-36MPA - Brad Buck
<- Utah 1660 Cone Speaker- Ron Potter
<- Utah A-100 Cone Speaker- Mark Toppo
<- Utica FMDB - Unattributed
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