AWA Radiolas, TVs and other electrical

The studio of Max Dupain & Associates were commissioned by AWA to photograph their radios and premises from the 1930s. There were in excess of 700 photographs taken, many by Max Dupain. What happened to AWA? These photos are a reminder of all the electrical type products through the years.
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National Panasonic portable radio with modelling on location, Jan 1965. Max Dupain & Associates.

National Panasonic portable radio with modelling on location, Jan 1965. Max Dupain & Associates.

AWA Radiola model B50 in studio setting shows Monarch record player, March 1966. Max Dupain & Associates.

AWA Radiola model B50 in studio setting shows Monarch record player, March 1966. Max Dupain & Associates.

AWA Super Transistor radio in studio setting, Oct 1964. Max Dupain & Associates.

AWA Super Transistor radio in studio setting, Oct 1964. Max Dupain & Associates.

Kriesler Radiolagram in studio, June 1967. Max Dupain & Associates.

Kriesler Radiolagram in studio, June 1967. Max Dupain & Associates.

AWA Radiola in studio setting, May 1966. Max Dupain & Associates.

AWA Radiola in studio setting, May 1966. Max Dupain & Associates.

A Ferguson UK recorder re-badged and photographed as a HMV tape recorder in studio, March 1966. Max Dupain & Associates.

A Ferguson UK recorder re-badged and photographed as a HMV tape recorder in studio, March 1966. Max Dupain & Associates.

AWA TV set in studio, March 1966. Max Dupain & Associates.

AWA TV set in studio, March 1966. Max Dupain & Associates.

AWA Radiola model B50 in studio setting, March 1966. Max Dupain & Associates.

AWA Radiola model B50 in studio setting, March 1966. Max Dupain & Associates.

AWA TV set in studio setting, Sept 1965. Max Dupain & Associates.

AWA TV set in studio setting, Sept 1965. Max Dupain & Associates.

AWA portable TV set in studio setting, July 1965. Max Dupain & Associates.

AWA portable TV set in studio setting, July 1965. Max Dupain & Associates.

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