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The Radio Boys: On Secret Service Duty

 
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The Radio Boys: On Secret Service Duty, Gerald Breckenridge
 
In 1922 radio was cool enough to feature in a series of adventure stories.
 
"Mr. Hampton, a scientific man, enthusiastic over the development of radio telephony long before the radio craze swept the country... was licensed by the government to build a transmission station and use an 1,800-meter wave length for trans-oceanic experiment(s)..."