High Adventure with Temperamental Wireless When Forty Feet of Sand Brought Failure Close--Despair, Expense, Trouble, and Final Success--How the Pensacola and Key West Navy Wireless Stations Were Built
"Mr. Butler, is in fact the only surviving member of the "old guard" who is still interested in wireless and who is in a position to lay before the public, in a graphic and interesting manner, a gripping story of those old days and the subsequent development of radio under the De Forest banner. He has just read me the first three installments of a most graphic story of his early days in wireless, recalling a thousand interesting facts which I had forgotten, and in which every radio fan must be intensely interested."
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the experience of these radio pioneers in Cuba)