Popular Electricity Wireless Club
Popular Electricity was a monthly popular science magazine from Chicago, focused on electricity, which began publication in May 1908. From its very first issue, the magazine also carried articles on wireless. Beginning January 1909, readers of the magazine could join a hosted radio club called the "Popular Electricity Wireless Club", and members could submit articles about constructing or operating wireless systems for the clubs journal, which was printed in the magazine. In September of 1913 the magazine broadened its focus, and renamed itself Popular Electricity and the World's Advance. In July 1914 the magazine was absorbed by its competitor Modern Electrics & Mechanics, and the wireless club was dissolved. Collected here is the COMPLETE set, from the magazines inaugural issue, to the dissolution of the wireless club.