File:The Klystron boys, Radio's miracle makers in Saturday Evening Post Feb 8, 1941.pdf
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|Source||The Saturday Evening Post, February 2, 1941, volume 213, issue 32|
|Author||Frank J. Taylor|
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I searched the US govt. copyright records renewal site (http://cocatalog.loc.gov) and found the publication "The Saturday Evening Post" had renewed its copyrights from April 1, 1950 but not before. The search was for "The Saturday Evening Post" with the "Resort results by:" field set to "(Date) ascending." I went through quite a few of the initial pages to make sure nothing was missed (the years did go up). Considering that 5104 entries were shown, the search is accurate; the publication opted not to renew copyrights prior to 1950, and so they are now in the public domain.
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