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The Alden Electric Company was not around very long judging from their own ads ranging from October, 1926 until December, 1926. Then there are two mentions of their Alden Somerbridge Circuit in Tobe Deutschmann Company ads in January 1927 and March, 1927 as well as a letter to the editor in Radio World, February, 1927.

The president of the firm was H A McAvoy, former secretary of Electrical Products Manufacturing Company, and the secretary was H M Sherwood, incorporated in 1926 with the intention to manufacture a full line of electrical and radio apparatus. 1


Providence Journal
July 30, 1926


Their main product was a kit using the Alden Somerbridge Circuit.

They were located at 524 Westminster Street in Providence also known as the Tierney Building.

Judging their ads and circuit write ups in various Radio magazines aside from their kit, Alden Electric made a Alden Somerbridge RF Transformer 2 , Alden Somerbridge Balancer 2 and a specialized condensor, the Alden three gang drum controlled condenser 3.


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October 23, 1926



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October 30, 1926



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December 4, 1926



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October 30, 1926


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November 6, 1926


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February 26, 1927

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1 Radio Retailing December 1926

2 Radio Retailing December 1926

3 Radio Listeners Guide March 1927