Melbourne: W. Davey, 1923-45. An early but broken run of this periodical, bringing the technical application of electricity to Australian society. It includes electrical & radio fixtures, appliances, hardware, cabling, and wonderful period advertisements, and personal announcements of people in the industry. Most amusing is the occasional list of the early adopters who had electricity installed in their homes. Published monthly (or so), a total of 154 issues.
Australasian Electrical Times: 1923 - June, Aug-Dec; 1924 - Apr-Dec; 1925 - Jun-Dec; 1926 - Jan-Feb, May-Dec; 1927-28 complete; 1929 - Jan-Apr; 1930 - Feb-Oct; 1931 - Jun, Aug, Dec; 1932 - Jan-Oct; 1933 - Feb, Jun-Dec; 1935 - Dec.
Australasian Electrical and Radio Times: 1937 - Feb-Dec; 1938 - Jan-Sep; 1939 - Feb-Jul; 1942 - Jan-Jul; 1943-44 complete; 1945 - Jan-May.
See Trove 56577057 for the run of the Australasian Electrical Times, Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 27, 1922)-v. 14, no. 12 (Jan. 20, 1936). In 1936 the journal updated its name and continues to this day as the Australasian Electrical and Radio Times. (See Trove 5554285).
From the library of the Franklin Institute, Philadelphia, with infrequent stamps. All issues bear the slight imprint of being folded in thirds. Some wrappers chipped & all slt. dusty, but sturdy, with the exception of the war years, which are somewhat brittle. Good + overall. Item #25683