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About 25 years ago I was working in the maintenance department of a hospital. I found a tube radio in the basement which appears to have been made as a special model for the Canadian Red Cross. The hospital administrator let me keep it as he knew I restored and collected tube sets.
I am wondering if anyone knows anything about the reason these radios would have been built for the Red Cross? It receives the standard AM band. It was built by Dominion Electrohome in Kitchener.
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