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Additionally, a division of the company would sell and install Mackay Radio equipment on commercial ships.
Initially, the radios were contracted to radio building companies, like Federal Telegraph Company who specifically built arc transmitters and shipboard radio equipment.
John Mackay died in London in 1902 and his son, Clarence Mackay (photo left) inherited all of the telecommunications businesses and saw to the completion of the transpacific system in 1904.
At that time, the Mackay-Bennett system serviced about two-thirds of the world with telecommunications.
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Raycraft, Nevada's "Father of Wireless" ~ ~ Amateur Wireless Operation in Nevada ~ ~ America's First Radio Tour ~ ~ Nevada's Earliest Radio Broadcast Stations ~ was a 1922 promotional trek to expose the rural West to the possibilities of RADIO. All non-credited photos and all text on this webpage are property of Henry Rogers/Western Historic Radio Museum and are subject to copyright laws. Mackay is best known in Nevada as one of the "Big Four" of the Comstock, the mining district located in Virginia City, Nevada.Large amount of period car magazines for sale individually, from 1930s thru to 2001. The Automobile, Autocar, Classic Car, Practical Classics, plus many others. In 1901, Mackay started the Commercial Pacific Cable Company to begin transpacific telegraph operations.Additionally, Great Northern Cable Company and Eastern Telegraph Company were added to the ever growing Mackay-Bennett system.
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