What Things Cost in 1935:
Gasoline: 19 cents/gal
Bread: 8 cents/loaf
Milk: 47 cents/gal
Postage Stamp: 3 cents
Stock Market: 144
Average Annual Salary: $1,500
1935 Ford Automobile
What Did The First
Electronic Television Sets Look Like?
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Note: This section is under reconstruction.
Patent interference between Zworykin and Farnsworth is ruled
in favor of Farnsworth, preventing RCA from gaining 100% control of all
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Sarnoff believes that FM will take over AM-radio, so he
evicts Armstrong from the Empire State building, and announces a
million-dollar research and testing program for television
MARCH: The German Reichpost (Post Office) begins
"first television broadcasting service in the world".
However, the quality is poor and the receivers are almost non-existent
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