Steve's Favorite Links

About These Links

These are some of my favorite places on the Web. I hope you will enjoy them as much as I do. Each link will open a new instance of your browser. Just close that browser to return here.

Copywrite ManThe History of America in the 1930s

The University of Virginia has a wonderful Site on America in the 1930's. It includes Comics, Radio, Film and News of the 30's. They had a full version or Action Comics Issue 1 posted, but they seem to have restricted access to that page because of copyright issues.

Click here: America in the 1930's.

Old RadioRadio Row

If you grew up in NYC in the 50's, as I did, and you were interested in electronics and Radios you remember Radio Row. This historic NYC district, which dates back to the early 20's, was demolished in the 60's to build the World Trade Centers. You will find a short History and some great old pictures at these three links.

FireWe didn't start the Fire by Billy Joel

This is a link to a wonderful slide show set to Billy Joel's 80's hit.

This is a link to a similar project:

This link provides historic details for those too young to remember the song's references as well as those of us who need our memories refreshed.

Edison's PhonographIEEE Virtual Museum

A History of the Electronics Revolution presented by the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE).

"The IEEE Virtual Museum is designed for students, educators, and the general public to enhance their understanding of the principles of electrical and information sciences and technologies within a historical context."