Can anyone give me any clues as to the identity of the radio shown here? There appears to be writing just below the speaker, but I can't make it out. The photo was taken in 1943, so it's obviously a prewar set. It's not a two-band set. The top of the dial is calibrated in kilocycles, and the bottom is calibrated in meters. This practice was still fairly common in 1940, and since it looks fairly new, and because of the small size, I'm guessing it was about a 1941 model. It's obviously a very basic model, probably 4 tubes. Just below the speaker, there appears to be some writing, but I can't make it out. I've already done lots of searches at Google images for things like "radio octagonal dial," with no luck. This is from the following iconic photo: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/...oardinghouse_room,_Washington,_D.C.,_1943.jpg I'm going to be writing about this on my blog, and it sure would be nice to identify the radio. If anyone recognizes the logo below the speaker, that will probably be enough to let me find it.