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But Overlooked: The Story of Nathan B.
Stubblefield... 58.ED123683 - Overheard But Overlooked: The Story of
Nathan B. Stubblefield, Pioneer
Experimenter. 75.www.mysimon.com/9015-11596_8-58204225.html - 63k -
Real Father of
Radio 77.Somewhere in the shadows of the early history of radio looms
the mysterious figure of Nathan B.
Stubblefield. Nathan B.
Stubblefield? Nora Blatch?
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Stubblefield. 80.Nathan Beverley Stubblefield was born in Murray,
Kentucky, on November 22, 1860. The second of seven
sons of William "Capt. Billy" Jefferson
Stubblefield 98.File Format: PDF/Adobe Acrobat - View
HTML 99.Sep 20, 2008 ... THE NATHAN B.
STUBBLEFIELD FOUNDATION. Station:. WMNF
(FM-ED). Community of License: Tampa, FL. Reporting
101.Nathan B. Stubblefield Foundation WMNF Community
Radio 88.5 FM
... 102.Louis D. Putney of Tampa was elected board vice president of
the Nathan B. Stubblefield Foundation
WMNF Community Radio 88.5
Earth Cell Battery Demonstration - AOL
Video 220.Troy Cory Show 4501-02 Terry Bulger Nathan Stubblefield... From:NETLOG. Troy Cory Show
"SecretKeepers of Nathan Stubblefield"-
Murray State U VRA4012
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] 223.Nathan Stubblefield - All About Wireless. 2001.
... ''Did Nathan B.
Stubblefield, really invent the wireless
telephone?'" The TeleKey Group.
/ Editorial Chart
Editorial Calendar / Events Calendar /
TeleComunication Study - Regulatory Frequency
SMART DAAF BOYS - The
history of radio and tevision and the life and
style of Nathan B. Stubblefield. A Four-Volume-Set
written by Troy Cory-Stubblefield and Josie Cory,
Desktop Dictionary: Research: Co-Author: Mark Sova.
Includes the Cory/Woods/Harris Washington D.C.
demonstrations in 1992 at the Smithsonian. Elliot
Sivowitch in attendance.
Edwards, Frank 1959 -
"Neglected Genius," Stranger Than Science,
Lyle Stuart, Inc., pgs. 9-11 [NOTE: I've found
that most of the stories that Edwards presents in
Stranger Than Science are originally from accounts
in FATE Magazine, for which he wrote several
articles and was apparently a regular reader. So,
it seems likely there is an account of
Stubblefield's wireless somewhere within the pages
of FATE, which I will check on.]
Hoffer, Thomas W. 1971 -
"Nathan B. Stubblefield and His Wireless
Telephone," Journal of Broadcasting, Vol. XV, No.3,
Summer 1971, pg. 317-329.
Horten, L.J. - 1937 -
"Another 'Inventor of Radio," Broadcasting and
Broadcast Advertising, January 1, 1937, pg. 32
[NOTE: The entire text of a radio broadcast
made by Horton is quoted within the text of this
article, and this is what is referenced here.]
Kane, Joseph Nathan.
1933 - "Radio Broadcast,"
Famous First Facts, 1933, pg. 423 Lambert, Edward
1970 - "Let's hear it for
Bernard Stubblefield!", TV Guide, October 10, 1970,
pg. 18-20 Monument (author unknown).
1930 - Text from the
Stubblefield monument on the campus of the Murray
State College in Murray, Kentucky. It reads thus:
HERE IN 1902 NATHAN B. STUBBLEFIELD 1860 - 1928
INVENTOR OF RADIO -- BROADCAST AND RECEIVED THE
HUMAN VOICE BY WIRELESS. HE MADE EXPERIMENTS 10
YEARS EARLIER. HIS HOME WAS 100 FEET
Sivowitch, Elliot N. 1970
- "A Technological Survey of Broadcasting's
'Pre-History,' 1876-1920," Journal of Broadcasting,
Vol. XV, No.1, Winter 970-1971, pg. 1-20.
1961a - "Induction, Electric," World Book
Encyclopedia, Vol. 9, 1961, pg. 178
1961b - "Radio, History," World Book Encyclopedia,
Vol. 15, 1961, pg. 87.