|The Practical Handyman's Encyclopedia. Vol. 17. New York: Greystone Press, 1963.|
BTW, the TV set in the photo is a Stewart-Warner model. That company, best known for making automotive instruments, began making radio sets in 1925. It's TV set production ended in 1955. No wonder--it's certainly one of the ugliest sets I've ever seen.
The TV ad above is from a hilarious blog Phil Are Go: Graphics, Design and Obsolete Technology from the Less-Pointy End of Time's Arrow.