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Did you know?
In 1973, RadioShack's "Famous" products had been selected as prizes on several daytime TV game shows, including: 
"The Price Is Right", with Dennis James.
"The Hollywood Squares" with Peter Marshall.
"Truth or Consequences", with Bob Barker.
"Let's Make A Deal", with Monty Hall.

Some of the prizes includes the RadioShack Realistic STA-18B 35 Watt Stereo System and the Realistic STA-150 "Everything" Stereo System.

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RADIO SHACK HISTORICAL PHOTO BOOKS 

These books help to illustrate the significant impact Radio Shack made on generations of customers.
  Radio Shack Store Photos
  Charles David Tandy
  Radio Shack Trademarks
  and much more!

Many of the photos in these books were provided by the nice folks at Radio Shack Corporation.

For the best viewing experience, this archive of RadioShack catalogs can be viewed
in three formats: LARGE or SMALL (in Adobe Flash), or HTML (non-Flash). 
Also see Instruction Manual.

  Radio Shack Stores
 
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  Radio Shack started as a single store in
  Boston, MA.  At its peak, the force of the
  Radio Shack Corporation encompassed about
  7,000 Radio Shack stores throughout the
  world - both corporate owned and franchised.
  This photo album depicts some of the earlier
  Radio Shack stores.

  A special "thanks" to all those who contributed
  to this photo book.  If you have a store or
  related Radio Shack photo to share, please
  send me an
email.

  Radio Shack's Charles D. Tandy
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  Charles David Tandy - Founder, philanthropist,
  and civic leader.

  In 1963, Tandy purchased Radio Shack
  Corporation, a company on the edge of
  bankruptcy, and turned it into the world's
  largest electronics chain.

  Read more about the life of Charles Tandy.

  If you have a Radio Shack related photo
  to contribute, please send me an
email.

  What's In A Name?
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  This photo album contains over 150 RadioShack
  Trademarks and Servicemarks as listed in the
  United States Patent & Trademark Office.

  Including: Realistic, Archer, Micronta, TRS-80,
  Sciencefair, DuoFone, Tandy, Deskmate,
  Stereo Shack, Mach One, Supertape, Optimus
  Flavoradios, Weatheradio, Enercell, Portavision,
  Minimus, Road Patrol, Project-Board, and more!

 The "Miscellaneous" Album
 
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  This photo album contains a mix of interesting
  Radio Shack related historical photos.

  Including: The signature of Milton Deutschmann,
  founder of Radio Shack in 1921, the memorable
  Lewis Kornfeld and his Flyerside-Chat column,
  the Realistic (radio / tuner) story, and more!

  If you have a Radio Shack related photo
  to contribute, please send an
email.


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