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History of Communications-Electronics in the United States Navy, Captain Linwood S. Howeth, USN (Retired), 1963, pages 611-613:
In addition to numerous Government publications, documents, and official correspondence, the material contained in the below listed publications is gratefully acknowledged.
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Earle, Ralph, The Origin of Our Signal Book, U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings, 1912.
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Proceedings, Institute of Radio Engineers 1920-57.
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New York Herald, 1900-09.
New York Times, 1900-50.
New York World, 1910.
Washington Post, 1925-50.
Washington Star, 1925-50.
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