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Sunday, February 18, 2018, at 12 Noon

Pavek Museum
3517 Raleigh Avenue, St. Louis Park, Minnesota

It's time to start thinking about the big Sunday event in February... No, not the Super Bowl, the Radio Workshop hosted by the Northland Antique Radio Club and the Pavek Museum!

Steve Raymer is busy preparing the program, and having done this every year for longer than most of us can remember, we know it'll be another enjoyable and educational workshop. This is a free event for NARC members and Pavek Museum sponsors. Whether you work on your own radios or not, you'll enjoy the workshop!

Weather permitting, there will be trunk sales outside in the parking lot before the workshop, so bring whatever you want to sell and maybe you'll find something to buy too. Hopefully the outside temperature will be up in the 50's like last year and it'll be another record-breaking Workshop swap - we'll see. It is 2 degrees below zero as I write this.

Also, when the museum doors open at around 11 a.m., there will be surplus items marked for sale in the museum warehouse area. Snacks, soft drinks and coffee will be provided and it is a great time to browse around the museum and socialize with the other collectors. The workshop starts at 12 noon and includes talks on a variety of topics, so everyone should find it interesting and entertaining.

Besides the technical presentations, Gary Ball will talk about variations in Zenith transistor radios, and Steve will repeat the talk that he gave at the Antique Radio Club of Illinois RadioFest meet several years ago about Joe Pavek and the Pavek Museum. This will be a tribute to Joe, born February 18, 1908, on what would have been his 110th birthday. Steve briefly showed the NARC board a little of this presentation, including early photographs that we hadn't seen before, and it is very interesting!
2016 Workshop - Gary Ball
Gary Ball in 2016

There will also be a Transistor Radio Show & Tell similar to what we've done the past couple years with phonographs and radios! Bring a transistor radio that you think is of special interest. Everyone enjoys seeing radios they haven't seen before, so let's show them and maybe we'll learn some things about them too.


Saturday November 4, 2017

(Open to the public 8:30 am to 1:00 pm)

St. Croix Lutheran Academy

1200 Oakdale Avenue, West St. Paul, Minnesota

The ever-popular Northland Antique Radio Club's annual Fall Swap Meet will be held on November 4, 2017 at St. Croix Lutheran Academy in West St. Paul. Please note that the school has updated its name from St. Croix Lutheran High School to St. Croix Lutheran Academy, which is more appropriate since they teach grades 6 to 12. This will be our 25th year at this location, and the 32nd Fall Swap Meet hosted by the Northland Antique Radio Club.

The event will run the same as in recent years. Please let us know if you have ideas for future meets.

Table rentals, admission tickets and membership renewals will all be handled at the meet. Seller tables are provided by the school and will be rented for $10 each. No advance table reservations. Due to the limited number of tables available, only paid NARC members will be allowed to rent a table and sell. You can join or renew your $12 yearly membership at the meet. Those who register and pay for a table will be admitted at 8:00 AM, allowing them time to haul in merchandise and get set up.

Note: Sellers will have to carry their items a short distance to the swap meet area, so bring a hand truck or small cart if you have anything heavy. The school requests that you please use extra care not to mark the floors with your hand cart and please bring a protective covering for the table.

By 8:30 AM when the buying public is allowed in, there is usually a good crowd waiting and things get busy fast. Admission is FREE for NARC members and only a dollar for non-members. You can expect to find typically 30-35 tables full (plus overflow onto the floor) of vintage radios, speakers, test equipment, literature, tubes, parts and other related items. Free coffee and snacks will be available in the morning, and a lunch of hotdogs, cookies, chips, and pop will be offered later in the morning for three bucks.

Silent auction items will be accepted until noon when the auction ends. Sellers can set a minimum bid, there are no fees, all items are being sold 'as-is', and all settlements take place directly between the buyer and seller. High bidders and owners MUST stay until noon to complete their transactions. NARC is simply providing the means for the auction and assumes no responsibility for seller or buyer actions.

We have the room until 1:00 pm and expect the meet will probably start winding down around noon, giving sellers an hour to pack up.

This is a great chance to liquidate radios you no longer want, and to mingle with fellow club members. See you there!

NARC Annual Meeting and Swap

Sunday September 17, 2017
at the Newly Remodeled Pavek Museum

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The 2017 Northland Antique Radio Club annual meeting will be at 12:00 noon on September 17th at the Pavek Museum, located at 3517 Raleigh Ave., St. Louis Park, Minnesota.

As usual, an old radio swap meet will be held in the parking lot from around 10-11:00 am, preceding the annual meeting. This is typically a small swap, with 10 to 15 vendors. It is FREE to sell and no registration is required, so bring some old radios to sell! The museum will open around 11:00 am, giving us time to check out how it has been remodeled this summer, to see what might be for sale in the back room, and to wander around the museum and visit with the other collectors before the meeting starts.

Promptly at 12:00 noon the meeting will begin inside the museum with Steve Raymer providing the president's view on how things went over the last year. Jim Thompson will recap the May event and Greg Farmer will give a brief financial report and announce election results.

The election for officers ballot was mailed to all current members in the most recent newsletter. If other club members are interested in being an officer, they can write in their name or please let us know that you'd like to be on the ballot next year. The term of office will be October 1, 2017 to September 30, 2018. Running for office are: Steve Raymer as NARC president, Alan Jesperson as Vice President, Greg Farmer as Secretary and Mary Farmer as Treasurer. Please take time to fill out and send in the ballot!

Finally, please bring along a radio that you've recently found and let us see it! It's always fun to see what's been found at flea markets, auctions, estate sales, garage sales, or wherever. Prizes will be awarded this year to the best 'Find'. This is always an enjoyable event with good participation.

Remember this event is FREE for all current and renewing members!

NARC Picnic!

Sunday August 20, 2017
Anoka County Riverfront Park
5100 East River Road, Fridley, MN
in Pavillion #2

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The Northland Antique Radio Club is having a picnic! We had a good time doing this last summer, so we're doing it again.

Pavillion #2 has been rented from 11:00 am until 4:00 pm, so this is a rain or shine event. It will be a potluck, so bring some sort of food to share. The club will provide pop, water, paper plates, and plastic silverware.

This will be a great time to socialize with other members and have some fun.

To make this especially interesting, don't bring an old radio. Bring something else that you collect! It'll be fun to see what everyone shows up with and maybe we'll all learn something new.

NOTE: Park rules prohibit selling stuff, so if you absolutely need to sell something please keep it inside the trunk of your car. No sales tables are permitted.

ANOTHER NOTE: You might find information online saying there is a $5/car charge, but we've been assured that this does NOT apply to this particular park.

See you there!


2017 NARC mug

Surprisingly, despite the rain on Saturday's swap meet, there were very few complaints about Radio Daze 2017. In fact, I don't know of any complaints, and that's a strong testament to the quality of the auction, program, contest, hospitality room, museum sale, hotel, and comradery amongst collectors, considering that it started raining on and off about 7am, was colder and raining harder by 9am, and so much of the swap meet was rained out. However, in anticipation of the coming rain, sales were brisk from dawn until 7am and some nice radios changed hands.

But, the swap was only one part of the meet. Steve Raymer reports that sales were very good Friday morning at the Pavek Museum Garage Sale. They always offer some nice items and I suspect there was more than usual this year as they were moving things in preparation for remodeling.

The Friday evening auction at the hotel was one of the largest we've had with 202 lots offered. The tables were all packed and another 35-40 very nice radios from the Charlie Bradley estate were in the adjoining room, including a number of $1000+ restored Zeniths. The adjoining room is something new since the hotel did extensive renovations over the past year, and we put it to good use. Frank Rasada was the auctioneer again and kept the pace up, but the auction still took 3-1/2 hours. Total sales were the highest in over 20 years.
2017 RadioDaze Auction - Kip, Frank and Jim
2017 RadioDaze Auction
2017 RadioDaze Auction
We greatly appreciate everyone who volunteered their help with the auction.

It was especially busy inside the hotel on Saturday while it was raining outside. Luckily, the recent hotel renovations added some very nice areas where people congregated to visit, and of course the hospitality room was very popular. Lynn and Kim Wagar, Pam Orth, and Kip Wallace did a great job running the hospitality room and offered a nice selection of free snacks, coffee and soft drinks. Later in the morning they also offered a light $3 lunch of hot dogs, chips, cookies and soft drinks. Mary Farmer was handling registrations in the next room and everyone who registered this year got a free Northland Antique Radio Club ceramic mug thanks to the efforts of Kip Wallace. If you want another mug, they will be available for sale at the September Annual Meeting for $5.00

2017 RadioDaze Contest - Scott Quaranta

Every year I say what a good contest we had, and I'm saying it again this year. 25 people entered items in the contest this year - more than any year since 2003, and 54 items were entered - more than any year since 2005. Plus, one of the entries was most likely the rarest and most impressive item ever entered; a 40-tube Scott Quaranta. Wow!

Eric Zetterwall has been working on this Quaranta for many years, finding parts here and there, and fabricating some parts to exact specifications. He previously showed and demonstrated the radio to us at the 2010 Radio Workshop at the Pavek Museum, but has done much more work on it since then. The contest gave everyone the rare opportunity to see and hear this restored 40-tube Scott Quaranta with its three huge chromed chassis, an 18-inch Jensen theater speaker, two 12-inch Magnavox midrange speakers and a pair of Jensen "Q-Series" theater tweeter horns. Eric didn't bring the cabinets due to their size and weight. The Quaranta won the Best of Show trophy and we didn't even bother counting the People's Choice votes since a quick look made it obvious that just about all were for the Quaranta, so it won the People's Choice award too. Congratulations Eric!

2017 RadioDaze Contest - Raytheon Y-150 2017 RadioDaze Contest - Radiotrola

Other especially interesting contest items included:
Dennis Peterson's First Radio County Fair in America, Owatonna, 1922 sign, and it won a blue ribbon.
Jim Reynold's Raytheon T-150 transistor radio was one of the very first transistor radios offered after the Regency TR-1 in the 1950s, and it won a blue ribbon.
Greg Farmer's Radiotrola Baby Grand in the Pre-1930s category was a National Airphone one-tube radio in a cabinet with space for batteries and headphones, and it won a blue ribbon.

2017 RadioDaze Program - Steve Raymer
2017 RadioDaze Program - JB Eckert
The highlight of the afternoon program was 'The History of Broadcasting in Minnesota' which Steve Raymer from the Pavek Museum presented, and which included many very entertaining video clips from old-time television shows. J.B. Eckert, a long-time broadcaster in the Twin Cities area, also made an appearance during Steve's presentation and gave a very entertaining talk about some of his experiences and about radio premium give-away items.

The event wrapped up with giving away around 50 door prizes, thanks to the Kip Wallace family, Mary Farmer, and Tom Sargent. Also, a special thanks to everyone who helped with making Radio Daze possible, and especially to Jim Thompson and Kip Wallace who coordinated the entire event.

See you next May 18-19 at Radio Daze 2018!


Friday-Saturday May 19-20, 2017

Comfort Inn Plymouth
3000 Harbor Lane, Plymouth, MN

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The Northland Antique Radio Club invites you to attend Radio Daze 2017, the Upper Midwest's ultimate vintage radio collecting event, and we are proud that both the Pavek Museum and the Antique Wireless Association (AWA) continue as supporting sponsors for the 31st consecutive year.

Last year's 30th anniversary meet was a total success, but we're doing our best to make this year's event even better. While the cost of living keeps going up, we've managed to hold all the rates the same as last year, including the hotel room rate, membership dues, registration fees, and auction fees. The auction, the swap meet, the contest and program, and seeing our radio collecting friends again, keeps us coming back. Radio Daze 2017 promises to be a meet you won't want to miss. Please mark May 19 and 20, 2017, on your calendar today!

Brochures will be mailed in early April to all known radio collectors in the five state area, plus to other vintage radio collectors from across the country who regularly attend this event. Local radio stations are being contacted and asked to make Public Service Announcements. Ads have been sent to AWA and other clubs, will be in some local newspapers, and will be on Craigslist and in several of the old radio forums online. We're doing our best for this to be one of the best Radio Daze events ever!

This year's schedule is almost entirely the same as in the past, with the auction of vintage radio equipment on Friday evening, and the swap meet, contest and program on Saturday, all at the Comfort Inn in Plymouth, Minnesota. The ONLY schedule difference is that the time allotted for entering items in the contest has been shortened to 45 minutes so Judging can get started a little sooner and won't run past the 1 pm Contest Viewing time.

As usual, please plan time on Friday or Saturday to drive over to the Pavek Museum to view the museum for free and check out their annual garage sale of excess radio items. The Pavek museum is located at 3517 Raleigh Avenue in St. Louis Park, Minnesota and will be open at 10:00 am sharp on both Friday and Saturday.

All other Radio Daze 2017 activities will be held Friday and Saturday, May 19-20, 2017, at the Comfort Inn Plymouth, located at the northwest corner of I-494 and Hwy. 55 in Plymouth, Minnesota. Room rates are still only $79.00 (plus tax) per night for either Double or King rooms, Thursday through Saturday nights. The Comfort Inn's reservation phone number is (763) 559-1222.

The meet kicks off with a large antique radio auction in the hotel main ballroom at 7:00 p.m. Friday May 19! We make this an entertaining auction and there will be a good variety of radios available. If you want to sell your radio(s) at the auction, check them in between 3:00 and 6:00 pm Friday. This auction is always well attended and is an inexpensive way to sell your vintage radios. There are no buyer or seller percentage fees and the only charge to sell is a flat $5 entry fee per item. Auction preview is 6:00 to 7:00 pm, and the auction starts at 7:00 pm. Auction details are in the brochure.

Saturday begins with the hotel parking lot swap meet in the morning. (Please note that the permit from the City of Plymouth does not allow any parking lot sales prior to Saturday morning.) The hospitality room will be open at 7:00 am with hot coffee and rolls. The registration room opens at 8:00 am. Item check in for the old radio contest will run from 11:00 am to 11:45 am, with viewing from 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm.

The radio contest includes equipment displayed from the earliest days of radio to the 1960's. The contest has some new categories as described in the Radio Daze 2017 brochure. A trip to the contest room always yields a surprise or two!

For Saturday lunch, NARC will offer a light lunch in the hospitality room, or a great meal can be had at Lucky's 13 Pub within the hotel. Several other restaurants are nearby, including Perkins, Jake's Sports Bar, and some fast food establishments.

The Saturday program begins at 2:00 pm and includes opening comments, contest awards, door prizes, and a featured speaker. This year's speaker will be our club president and long-time curator of the Pavek Museum, Steve Raymer. Steve has used all the museum's resources, along with his vast knowledge of radio in Minnesota to prepare a presentation about the History of Broadcasting in Minnesota. This will be a significant program that you would not want to miss!

Click here ( 2001 / 2002 / 2004 / 2005 / 2007 / 2012) to see photos from previous years!

Registration is required for admittance to all indoor events, the Hospitality Room, the Pavek Museum, and to sell items in the parking lot. Registration is encouraged, but not required, for anyone just attending the auction or buying at the swap meet. You can pre-register (and save $3.00) by returning a registration form before May 12th. After you arrive, please pick up your name badge and other materials in the Registration Room.

NARC Workshop Report

Sunday February 19, 2017
Pavek Museum
St. Louis Park, Minnesota

We had nice weather last year, but this year's 59-degree record temperature was amazing. It resulted in a record attendance workshop swap meet in the Pavek Museum's parking lot. A great selection of radios and related things were offered for sale, everything from sets offered in the hundreds of dollars down to a large load of free electronic parts that someone cleaned out of a house.

2017 Workshop Mini Swap Meet

Once the museum opened, there were a lot of things to do. There was nice assortment of items for sale in the museum's back room to check out, people were bringing in radios and other things for the program, and Kip Wallace was setting up snacks and refreshments in the Minnesota Room where many of us congregated. We had about an hour to socialize and browse through the museum before noon when the meeting started.

Once again Steve Raymer did another amazing job of putting together a variety of presentations that ensured there was something of interest for everyone.

Jim Thompson, Radio Daze coordinator, reported that plans are progressing for Radio Daze 2017 on May 19-20 and that all hotel rates are the same as last year, BUT hotel management has completely changed and so there will likely be rate increases for next year. We'll have to wait and see how that works out.

Allan Lein is building some really nice little audio signal generators based on the classic HP200 design but that run off a single 9-volt battery, and Chris Ossanna brought in an additional distortion analyzer that they used to set up a couple benches for measuring distortion of amplifiers.

2017 Workshop Mini Swap Meet

Gary Ball did a wonderful presentation about restoring transistor radios. Some things he recommended were to use distilled vinegar to remove battery acid from contacts and plastic, and micromesh is great for finely sanding plastic. Pencil erasers also are good for carefully rubbing out blemishes and Novus Plastic Polish will do a great final polish. Lexol Leather Conditioner and Cleaner will do a nice job with leather cases. Gary also explained how to tell if a transistor radio's volume control potentiometer is worn out before you buy the radio. Suggestions from the crowd included using Panasonic capacitors from Digi-Key, or if you want cheaper shipping then buy your parts at Mouser. DeoxIT is likely the best contact cleaner to use. Automotive headlight polish is good for polishing plastic radios. Costco sells Microfiber cloth in bulk and it is very soft for using as a final polishing step. Someone also suggested Flitz metal polish. Note that these were all the opinions of fellow collectors and that NARC has not tested, nor can recommend or be liable for any of these suggestions!

Jim Reynolds told us about inexpensive Chinese-made San-Sonic FM transmitters that can be bought on the internet and used in our homes. He also brought a rare Garod SD-2 portable radio that none of us had ever heard of. Bill Williams discussed how he restored a 1948 Pilot 3-inch television. Matt Hyman talked about restoring paper items, such as an original old cardboard box, by using Lineco neutral pH adhesive that stays pliable. He also uses lighter fluid to soak off old tape.

2017 Workshop Mini Swap Meet

The workshop wrapped up with members showing radios and a few other things that they had never seen another of before. Gary Ball had a Forward TR812 radio which is a Zenith 500H transistor radio clone. Jim Reynolds had a Garod SD-2 portable radio. Matt Hyman had a Zenith from about 1946 in a tall long-legged wood cabinet with a swing-open front door. Bill Fanum had a an early telephone amplifier(?) in a wooden cabinet with a label that said 519-A. David Bjork had an Emerson WonderGram phonograph that ran on 3 volts.

Pat Gearty showed his Silver-Marshall super-heterodyne kit radio that had been quite a project just to identify. Greg Farmer had a small cathedral styled radio in a hard rubber cabinet with no identifying name on it. Tom Sargent showed us his Zenith Universal portable radio, and Ken Ladd had a battery operated regenerative set that used type 99 tubes. Other radios that I can think of were a plastic Airline radio with lighted up flowers on the front (similar to the Airline Lone Ranger radio), a CR&T model 5F that someone identified as a Continental Radio and Television product, and a Sonora model LR149 radio.

2017 Workshop Mini Swap Meet

The guys measuring distortion of amplifiers were apparently having a good time and were still engaged with that as we wrapped up the workshop.

Thank you to everyone who gave a presentation, to Jeff Hed and Kip Wallace who took these photographs, and to Steve for all the work he does organizing the workshop every year.

2017 Workshop Mini Swap Meet

Anyone interested in presenting at next year's workshop should contact Steve Raymer.

NARC 2016 Annual Meeting Report

2016 Annual Meeting

September 25 was a beautiful day and the Pavek Museum parking lot was buzzing with activity. NARC members were arriving early for the 2016 annual meeting to buy and sell some radios before the meeting started. A few things I took special notice of were a Zenith Waltons radio that sold, a Radiola Grand battery set, a large Philco cathedral model 90 or 70, a Northome Minnesota-made battery radio, a Zenith Transoceanic portable, lots of 1930s and 40s plastic and wood cabinet radios, and lots of parts.

Steve Raymer had another nice selection of surplus items for sale in the museum's back room, including some free consoles, so there was quite a bit of activity back there. Kip Wallace brought snacks for everyone again and we want to thank him for continuing to do this every year, especially since he's just doing it until we find a new person to officially be responsible for hospitality at our events. (Please volunteer to help!)

Steve ran the meeting and started by announcing that he will be retiring from the Pavek Museum in the near future and that he
2016 Annual Meeting

will also step down as NARC President after the upcoming year. It sounds like he will still be working at the Pavek part time and will run the Workshop in February as usual.

Please contact Steve if you want to demonstrate something at the Workshop this winter so he doesn't have to worry about putting the program together at the last minute!

Greg discussed NARC 2015-2016 finances and indicated the bank balance is up about $300 over last year. NARC membership for 2016 was 172, up 10 from the previous year. Greg also reported that all officers from this past year are re-elected to the same positions for the 2016-17 club year.

Jim Thompson reported that the Hotel fees for Radio Daze next May will remain the same even though the hotel has a new sales manager. Some very complimentary comments were made about how good our meet is in some ways as compared to other meets around the country. Radio Daze 2016 had a very good auction, attendance was up, the number of parking lot sellers was up, the contest was excellent, the program was maybe the best we've had, and the weather was nice too! May 19-20, 2017 is reserved for Radio Daze 2017.

Matt Hyman reported that the picnic in August was a success and he plans to organize another one next summer.

The final item on the agenda was 'Finds of the Summer.' Matt Hyman had found a nice maroon and white Setchell Carlson model 416 plastic radio made in New Brighton, Minnesota. Glen Berg had found a deal on a Grebe Synchrophase battery radio in very nice original condition. Steve Granger showed his Zenith Transoceanic model 3000-1, and Steve Raymer showed the museum's Siemens model K32GWB Nazi German radio that they recently acquired. A big thanks to all of you for sharing!

NARC Picnic Report

by Matt Hyman

I arrived at River Front Park in Fridley at about 11:30 am. The festivities were already under way and there was a lot of great food to choose from. Fried chicken, potato salad, pasta salad, bags of chips, cold pop and water and a cake celebrating NARC's 30th year was brought in.

We all mingled for a while and had lunch before I got the ugly radio contest going. There were seven entries.

2016 Picnic

The crème de la crap was brought in. I brought in a Stromberg Carlson table radio with peeling veneer. Other entries included a battery portable from the 1950s, a Winston Cigarette
2016 Picnic Winner
cooler radio (not only ugly, but politically incorrect - woo hoo!), a home brew crystal set, a Motorola transistor and an RCA plastic tube table radio with nice melted corners. The radios were numbered with post-its and the votes were cast with the same post-it notes (not high tech, but it worked). Kerry Johnson's beat up battery portable got the most votes. Richard Skroch's cooler radio took second and Ib Johnson's Motorola took third.

2016 Picnic

Tom Sargent came a little later and brought a Thorens Portable Camera Case Phonograph that he recently found. It looked like new. He played a novelty whistling record and an Ella Fitztgerald hit on the unit. It sounded good for the size of the player.

The weather cooperated. It was overcast when we started, but got sunny and a little humid later on. We all had a nice time and wrapped it up around 2:15. It was the first picnic in twenty-three years. I plan on arranging another such event next year and hopefully it can become an annual NARC event once again.

Thanks to everyone who participated in the picnic, bringing great food and showing off the worst of their collections!


Saturday November 1, 2014 at St. Croix Lutheran High School

It's always fun to wrap up a summer of swap meets, flea markets, garage sales, and auctions with one final chance to buy or sell some old radios before the holiday season. That happened on November 1, 2014 at the annual NARC Fall Indoor Swap Meet where a good quantity of old radios exchanged hands in St. Croix Lutheran High School's cafeteria!
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By the time the doors opened at 8:30 am, a line of buyers was waiting to get in and the sellers were set up and ready. About 30 tables were full of radios of all sorts, magazines, tubes, some phonographs and records, TVs, audio equipment, and other related items. Mary Farmer handled registration and also had a hospitality table set up with donuts, coffee, and soft drinks ready for us!

Activity was especially busy for the first hour and there was a wide variety of items for sale, as in past years. Some highly collectible early battery sets seen included a Radiola Grand, Super Zenith VII, and a Crosley Pup.

At 10:30, Mary opened the lunch counter. For $3 you could buy a nice lunch consisting of hot dogs, cookies, chips and pop. Not a bad deal. The Silent Auction had some things entered that sold at bargain prices. The drawing was at noon, and everyone cleared out shortly after that.

It looked like everyone had a good time!

fall 2014

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