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The Electronic Beacon, April 1946

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    Posted: Feb 12 2020 at 12:58am
If anyone has a high resolution scan of the April 1946 issue of The Electronic Beacon, the newsletter of Electronic Laboratories in Indianapolis, I'm looking for a better scan than the low res scan I have.

This was the issue announcing the Sniperscope and Snooperscope by William Garstang.

I've only seen one copy. It accompanied Garstang's personal T3 with Sniperscope sold at auction.

I'm not looking for an original copy. Simply a high res scan. Not to be sold.

Thanks much

Jim

P.S. Yes, the research is continuing. Slowed due to a number of things but still on track and turning up bits and pieces. One article hopefully finished soon. It will be added to the forum.
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Jim,
Do you think a library in/near Indy may have a copy ?

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I've checked the Indianapolis library catalog and U of IN at Indianapolis catalog. Also the World Cat catalog of all library holdings nationwide. Also the National Archives and Library of Congress. No luck.

I have a digital copy from when Garstang's T3 was sold at auction but it's pretty poor and hardly legible.

Thanks for the suggestion.....

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