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Transceiver - Traeger, Mary Margaret Kemp Set, 1931 Reg. No: ST 023992
- Flying doctor radio transceiver. This set is believed to have been used at Mulka on the main Birdsville-Maree route to Adelaide. It was named the 'Mary Margaret Kemp Set' in 1931 after the founding President (from 1925-1930) of the Western Division of the Queensland Country Women's Association (CWA).
- Radio transceiver housed in a rectangular wooden case.
- Acquisition Information:
- Donation from Royal Flying Doctor Service of Australia, 1956
|Dimensions:||290 mm (Height), 250 mm (Width), 645 mm (Length)|
|Tagged with:||radio receivers, women s associations, flying doctors, radio transceivers|
|Themes this item is part of:||Information & Communication Collection, Medicine in Society Collection, Transport Collection|
|Inventor:||Traeger, South Australia, Australia, circa 1930|
|Place Used:||Mulka, Queensland, Australia, 1931-1956|