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VINTAGE RADIOS AND MICROPHONES DATING BACK TO THE 1920′S ARE ON DISPLAY AT THE SIOUX CITY PUBLIC MUSEUM.

MUSEUM DIERECTOR STEVE HANSEN SAYS THE NEW EXHIBIT IS PART OF THE VINTAGE RADIO COLLECTION OF SAM SELDON, FORMER CHIEF ENGINEER OF KSCJ.:

OC….FOR MANY PEOPLE. :18

RADIOS FROM SELDON’S COLLECTION RANGE FROM THE EARLIEST RCA “RADIOLA” SETS OF THE 1920S TO THE EARLY TRANSISTOR RADIOS OF THE 1950S AND 1960S.

HANSEN SAYS A 1958 PHILCO “PREDICTA” TELEVISION SET FROM SELDON’S COLLECTION HAS BEEN COMBINED WITH A TRIBUTE TO CANYON KID:


OC….RADIO DISPLAY. :18

ADMISSION IS FREE TO THE PUBLIC MUSEUM AT 4TH AND NEBRASKA

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CITIZEN HOPES TO SAVE RED-TAGGED STRUCTURES

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THE SIOUX CITY COUNCIL WILL MEET THURSDAY NIGHT TO CONSIDER WHETHER OR NOT TO DEMOLISH 18 STRUCTURES THAT HAVE BEEN RED TAGGED FOR MORE THAN SIX MONTHS. CITY STAFF IS SUGGESTING [...]