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1950 "Essentials of Television" Written by three authors: Morris Slergberg, William Osterheld and Elmo Voegtlin, a consice referen
1950 "Questions and Answers in Television Engineering" Questions and Answers in Television Engineering by Carter V. Rabinoff, was published by McGraw-Hil
1950 "RCA Color Television - How it Works" Internal RCA booklet that explains the current status of electronic color-television, and how it w
1950 "Science via Television" "Science Via Television" is a practical guide for the preparation and production of informational
1951 "Elements of Television Systems" Elements of Television Systems is an 804-page hardcover compendium on the medium of television.&nb
1951 "Picture Book of Radio & Television - How They Work" Juvenile and children's book about the technology behind radio and television.  Illustrated b
1951 "Television Explained" Nice reference book, in hardcover format.  The publication of a fourth edition has provided t
1951 "Television Story" Television Story was written by John J. Floherty, is an easy read, with plenty of black & whit
1951 "The Principles of Television Reception" Pioneering and detailed work about British television, each section has its own bibliography, many
1952 "Television - The Magic Window" From the earliest beginnings of this new industry, whi
1952 "The Art of Television Production" Great reference book about the art of TV production.
1952 "Writing for Television" Written by Gilbert Seldes, the author of "The Seven Lively Arts", this hardcover book is the most
1953 "The Story of Television" This is an uncommon internal DuMont publication, uncredited to any individual, presented as a prom
1953 "The Television Manual" This hardcover red-cloth book by William Hodapp is a guide to TV Production and Programming for Ed
1954 "Beginning Television Production" Great reference book on the subject of television production.  Includes bibliographies. 
1954 "Taking Hold of Television" Health and Welfare Services publication about the benefits of television.
1955 "Television Program Production" An account of television program production, looking at each and every aspect of it, by Carroll O'
1955 "The First Book of Television" This is a nicely done book written for children, telling how television was invented, how it works
1956 "Felix on Television" A Wonder Book (#716). This is a flip-it book, with an
1957 "Daily Mail Quiz Book No. 10 - Television" This 160 page book is packed with f
1958 "All About Radio and Television" A book about radio and television, written with young adults in mind.  It has over 100 illust
1958 "Behind the Scenes in Television" "Behind the Scenes in Television" gives you look at the inner workings of a television studio.&nbs
1958 "I Want To Be A News Reporter" The "I Want To Be" books are designed to encourage independent reading on a beginner level. 
1958 "Let's Go To A Television Station" Written for children, this book describes a trip to th
1959 "TV and Film Production Data Book" Comphrehensive 448-page reference book on TV and film production, by Ernest M. Pittaro.