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There is the Moses Znaimer collection in Toronto.  Sorry I don't have more
information, but Znaimer owns CityTV, and you might try phoning Toronto
information.
 
If your research takes you to Toronto, you might want to extend your
travels in Canada.  There is also a television collection at
the Museum of Science and Technology on St. Laurent Ave. in Ottawa.
 
Mark Langer
 
ConnerSF writes:
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> Does anyone know of good resources for the history of television's industrial
> design, i.e. archives, books, or individual academics who work in that area?
> I  actually have a very specific question that someone out there may already
> know: at what point did "power" replace "on/off" on television consoles and
> remotes? If my own memory serves, it was shortly after remote controls became
> standard issue - perhaps around the mid-70s?  Any thoughts or comments would
> be greatly appreciated.
>
> thanks,
> David Conner
> UC Santa Cruz
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