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James H Hanley was born in Witinsville, MA in 1903. He moved to Pawtucket with his family when he was a boy. He graduated from the Broadway Gammsr School in 1917. His first experience with Radio was at age 12 in his grammar school days when he built a crystal set. 1

He was a amateure radio operator with the call W1AFW and he built his own powerful transmitter to work on 30 or 160 meters and cpable ofcontacting other amateurs all over the world. 1


Radio Digest March 10, 1923



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Pawtucket Times December 6, 1927


In 1929 Mr. Hanley is working for the Blackstone Valley Gas and Electric Company scouring the city looking for Radio interference caused by the companies transmission lines. When the company gets a call about interference, Mr Hanley goes to the customers home to find the source. In most cases the source is inside the customers home itself or problem is with the customers set itself.


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Pawtucket Times July 23, 1929


In 1931 Mr Hanley there is a radio interference complaint that was being caused by a traffic light. To fix the problem he insalls a filter on the light. Unfortunatly I have not found a follow up article on the subject.

It seems this problem was seen in 1929 when the state board of public roads admitted the highway stop and go lights interfered with radio reception. The plan was to install filters in the lights to reduce the interference.


Pawtucket Times March 14, 1929



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Pawtucket Times October 5, 1931


In 1941 Hanely penned an article or the need for the government to License radio servicemen. The article itself does spell his last name wrong.


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Radio Craft June 1941



Radio Craft September, 1941


In 1943 Mr Hanley is the Regimental communications officer of the Rhode Island State Guard and was instrumental in gettng permission to oprate war time radio service from the FCC.


Pawtucket Times February 23, 1943


In 1959 Hanley is still working to elminate Radio interference by reviewing a new substation planned for Hyde Avenue.


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Pawtucket Times March 11, 1959


1 Pawtucket Times January 28, 1933