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Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics (STEM) Classes for homeschoolers and others are available. AFTER HOURS AT THE MUSEUM is a series of exciting, entertaining and informative bimonthly presentations at the Antique Wireless Museum. The first weekend of May, the annual AWA Spring Meet, Flea Market & Auction is held in Bloomfield, NY at the site of the AWA Museum.

View the Antique Wireless Museum, with its world-class collection of artifacts and ephemera related to communication technology. The Museum provides members with a variety of publications regarding the history of communication technology. The event includes a flea market, radio related presentations, a book fair, banquet and auction. Whether you are an Antique Wireless Association (AWA) member or not, a radio amateur, collector, historian or just a curious visitor, this website has something for you.

To preserve and share the history of technology used to communicate and entertain from the first telegram to today's wireless text messaging.

The Antique Wireless Association is an IRS approved 501(c)(3) tax exempt corporation chartered by the Board of Regents of the State of New York Department of Education. All donations go to support the Antique Wireless Association and its sponsored Antique Wireless Museum's preservation and educational efforts. Can you help make a difference in a child

Join in the fun! Meet, connect, collect, buy, sell, swap and learn. Nearly 2,000 radio hobbyists, ham operators, students, scouts, and researchers - all kinds and of all ages - are Antique Wireless Association members. Membership in AWA is available in four classes and at multiple levels of commitment. To join the AWA, change your member address, or

Below are some frequently asked questions regarding the Antique Wireless Association and the Antique Wireless Museum it sponsors. Some answers contain a link to a page on this site where additional information or contacts can be found. A. The Antique Wireless Association is an IRS 501(c)(3) non-profit communications technology educational corporation

Although the Antique Wireless Museum and its extensive collection are a valuable assets in a monetary sense, these assets and the Museum staff provide a wonderful opportunity to expose yourself to radio related technologies while at the same time meeting and becoming friends with others of similar interests. Whether its an infrequent visit to the site

The AWA was fortunate to receive a major donation, generously given by the family of Ralph and Elinor Williams. Ralph and Elinor, over a 40-year period, painstakingly built the world's most comprehensive collection of Atwater Kent equipment and memorabilia. They opened the "Voice of the Twenties" Museum in Orient Point, NY in 1985, was open by appointment

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