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The Delfelco Battery Corporation (DeLancey Flech & Co) was incorporated in 1922 with $25,000 Capital stock 1. Office were listed a 11, 12 & 14 Meeting Street in Pawtucket and the factory was at 28 Bayley Street. Ads started appearing in July 1922 and ran through May of 1923. Raymond W Farnum, Pawtucket, was one of the incorprators.

There is also a listing for a radio station, 1OJ @ 200 meters, Pawtucket, R. I. licensed to DeLancey, Felch & Co., a station of Raymond W. Farnum. Programming was listed as no regular program now. Music. Range 150 miles. 2

In 1922 DeLancey Flech & Co has a listing under the Wireless Apparatus & Supplies section of the Providence (12 Meeting St, Pawtucket) Business Directory 3 and also a large ad 4.

1923 finds listings at the same address 5 and we confirm that DeLancey's first name is William J 6. There is also another listing in 1923 that lists 3 prinicipals of the company but not which postions they held, Clyde P Delancey, Raymond W Farnum and Wiliam J Farnum. 7. There is also a referance to a large ad on page 783 which is the same page as the last reference so I assume it was the same.

In 1924 we see a company listing at 10 Meeting Street 8, Pawtucket and another listing for Raymond W Farnum being associated with the company 9. Then there is a 1924 large ad that shows the company address as 10-12-14 Meeting Street in Pawtucket 10. The final listing found in 1924 is one than again lists Clyde P DeLancey and Raymond W Farnum and listed as selling wholesale radio merchandise. 11.

1925 has Clyde P Delancy president and Raymond W Farnum treasurer with the company slightly moved to 8,10,12 Meeting 12. This is confirmed in the large display ad in 1926 13.

DELFELCO's Possible Association With Thomas P Giblin



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This is a 2 tube audio amplifier
possibly made by Standard Radio and Electric


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This is the inside of the 2 tube audio amplifier
Notice the Standard Radio and Electric audio transformers



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Here is a closeup of the Giblin audio transformer inside the 2 tube amplifier


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Giblin Manufacturing Company
One Tube Regerative
John Terrey Collection


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Giblin Manufacturing Company
One Tube Regerative
John Terrey Collection


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Giblin Manufacturing Company
One Tube Regerative
John Terrey Collection


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Giblin Manufacturing Company
One Tube Regerative
Private Collection


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Giblin Manufacturing Company
One Tube Regerative
Private Collection


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Providence Journal
March 4, 1923
This is a DEFELCO ad for a radio concert receiver and 2 stage
audio amplifier that look like they may have baan made by Giblin.




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1OJ QSL Card 1922


Pupular Radio, July 1922


Providence Journal
October 29, 1922


Pawtucket Directory 1922 1922


Electical Experimenter
May 1922


Pawtucket Directory 1925 1922


Radio News, January 1923


Pupular Radio, May 1923


Radio News, January 1923


QST, September 1922


Radio News, September 1922


Pupular Radio, January 1923


Pupular Radio, April 1923


Radio News, December 1922



1 Iron Trade Review, Volume 71, September 28, 1922

2 Radiophone Broadcasting Stations of the United States, The Consolidated Radio Call Book, 4th edition, May, 1922, page 267

3 1922 Pawtucket Directory

4 1922 Pawtucket Directory

5 1923 Pawtucket Directory

6 1923 Pawtucket Directory

7 1923 Pawtucket Directory

8 1924 Pawtucket Directory

9 1924 Pawtucket Directory

10 1924 Pawtucket Directory

11 1924 Pawtucket Directory

12 1925 Pawtucket Directory

13 1926 Pawtucket Directory