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Author Topic: Great grand dad had same problem  (Read 6847 times)
F8WBD
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« on: April 04, 2018, 08:15:48 AM »

Thought you might find this interesting.  From Radio World  publication 1925. Nothing new under the sun

THE enthus'asm over radio that has
swept the country has proved a
source of annayance to some building
owners and managers due to installation
of wires used in experimentation with
receiving sets, says The Bulletin, published
by the National Association of
Building Owners and Managers. To meet the situation, continues The Bulletin, Thomas P. Danahey of the
Stott Realty Company of Detroit reports
the preparation of a lease clause reading: "That no electric or other wires for
any purpose shall be installed in the
premises except in a manner satisfactory
to the landlord, and then only after written
permission has been obtained. "The tenant further covenants and agrees that no connections of any kind whatsoever shall be made by the tenant for any purpose or purposes whatsoever with the electric wiring now and here- after installed by the landlord, or under
its control, in the building in which said demised premises are located, nor shall
the tenant construct, maintain, use or operate within said demised premises or on the outside of said building, any electrical
device or apparatus in connection with a wireless telephone or telegraph
sending or receiving station, or so-called
radio device or system or for any other purpose or purposes whatsoever, except upon written consent first obtained from
the landlord."


73
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ONAIR
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« Reply #1 on: April 05, 2018, 06:16:30 PM »

Thought you might find this interesting.  From Radio World  publication 1925. Nothing new under the sun

THE enthus'asm over radio that has
swept the country has proved a
source of annayance to some building
owners and managers due to installation
of wires used in experimentation with
receiving sets, says The Bulletin, published
by the National Association of
Building Owners and Managers. To meet the situation, continues The Bulletin, Thomas P. Danahey of the
Stott Realty Company of Detroit reports
the preparation of a lease clause reading: "That no electric or other wires for
any purpose shall be installed in the
premises except in a manner satisfactory
to the landlord, and then only after written
permission has been obtained. "The tenant further covenants and agrees that no connections of any kind whatsoever shall be made by the tenant for any purpose or purposes whatsoever with the electric wiring now and here- after installed by the landlord, or under
its control, in the building in which said demised premises are located, nor shall
the tenant construct, maintain, use or operate within said demised premises or on the outside of said building, any electrical
device or apparatus in connection with a wireless telephone or telegraph
sending or receiving station, or so-called
radio device or system or for any other purpose or purposes whatsoever, except upon written consent first obtained from
the landlord."


73
   Any HOAs back then?    Roll Eyes
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KB2WIG
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« Reply #2 on: April 06, 2018, 09:43:01 AM »


Dakota Apartments c 1884, 72nd Street NY City

999 N. Lake Shore Drive c 1915 Chicago Il  (a unit recently sold for $2,365,015)

They were/are called co ops. Maybe no HOA, but, most have various restrictions.

klc
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W8LV
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« Reply #3 on: June 20, 2018, 11:36:10 AM »

Wow, what an interesting article!

I wonder if there is some ancient codified ordinance there in Chicago that came out of this,
and when broadcast band went from a longwire to a built in loop.

Maybe loops coming into general QRP/Portable use also just shows that there is nothing new under the Sun!

73 and All the Best!
DE W8LV BILL
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