Bart Lee is a retired San Francisco Attorney and Noted Wireless Historian. He is a CHRS and AWA History Fellow and AWA Houck Award winner. He has presented and published and now shares the following work. You are welcome to email Bart. In the video below Bart welcomes you to his research and publication:

Below, Bart Talks Wireless courtesy Murray Eiland’s Radio Archaeology series:

Click any of the links below to download a pdf of the named article

NEW: Roots of the CHRS Doggie Logo | The Wireless News | Metallic Radio Ephemera Russia | WOK Radio | Zenith Tube Poster |

NEW: Early Magnetrons at CHRS | 1910 Amateur Transceiver | American Bosch 1927 | Art of Design in Radio | Radio Drinks Radio Smokes |

NEW: China Radio 1920s | Controversial English Portable 1948 | Flewelling Short Wave Converter | Frank Butler | Phil’s Fabulous Fakes |

NEW: High End Radio 1947 | Jewel Instruments Tester | Madonna of Radio | Midget Radios | Radio Sales Gimmicks |

NEW: Radio Shack Flavor Radios | TV DX | Two Excellent New Tesla Books | War Emergency Radio Service |

NEW: Wireless Alaska 1903 | Wireless Oakland 1911 | Wireless Shop Los Angeles | Zenith Transoceanic Portable |

NEW: Two new pieces of telegraph equipment in the museum  |

NEW: Radios Become Furniture 

NEW: Happy Birthday Hedy Lamarr

NEW: CQD Jack Binns 1909

NEW: San Francisco Wireless Club 1909

NEW: Lee de Forest | San Francisco 1915 | Stock and Station | Audions 1909 | Adjustable Coils | De Forest Wireless Wagon | De Forest Trons | De Forest in Perspective |

NEW: W2NDL, an Archive Radio Picture

NEW: 2027 at Radio Central

NEW: Bart Lee – Forward to a new wireless book

NEW: Little Brown Radios Revised

NEW: SCARS’s Riff on Round Radios by Bart Lee: Round 1 | Round 2 | Round 3

911 Amateur Radio In New York

The Radios of Pan American Airways, Alameda

6AWT – Bart Molinari – Farnsworth Engineer

Experimenters on a New Amateur Band

Bart’s WWII telegraph key restoration

Radio Archeology v2.1 | Letter to the Editor

Vacuum Tubes Redux? – EmComm for the Apocalypse


Early Wireless

Amateur Radio

Clarence Tuska, Radio Pioneer, ARRL Founder (ARRL, Copyright ARRL)

Bart’s San Francisco Amateur Radio History Since 1909

San Francisco Radio Club, Since 1909

Titanic Lessons for Emergency Radio – Revised

Amateur Radio Emergency Communications History

The Girl at 6BB

Radio Spies

Swan Island/CIA

Military Radio


Bart’s AWA Article list and abstracts

Several years ago I interviewed Bruno Zucconi about his life as a manufacturer of test equipment:

California Radio Stories: Bruno Zucconi  |Bruno and Connie Remember |

In 2012 I interviewed Waldo Boyd, one of the founders of the Society of Wireless Pioneers. Walt, K6DZY, is now a silent key: