1945 Westinghouse Radio Station KDKA First Radio Broadcast Harding-Cox Election
Size (in): 17” x 14”
Size (cm): 43 x 35.5
Linen backed: No
This poster was produced by the publicity department of the Westinghouse Corporation shortly after the end of WWII to highlight the company’s roll in developing radar broadcast technology. This poster describes the Westinghouse Radio Station KDKA of Pittsburgh which created the world’s first regularly scheduled radio broadcast when it broadcast the 1920 Harding-Cox presidential election returns.
The lower margin is printed “Bulletin No. 116 – Post November 1, 1945”.
This poster is a vintage original showing moderate handling wear including slight creases and bumped edges. Overall condition is good. See our other listings for more vintage original Westinghouse posters issued to by the company relating to Westinghouse’s roll in commercializing technology developed during WWII. See our other listings for more vintage original Westinghouse publicity posters from around this time period.