The Sarnoff Collection was originally established by RCA in 1967 as the David Sarnoff Library. Over the decades, the collection grew to include a museum, archives, and library. The museum collection, which comprises more than 6,000 artifacts related to the major developments in communication during the 20th century, was donated to The College of New Jersey in 2010. 

The Sarnoff Collection at TCNJ includes artifacts related to David Sarnoff's life; RCA, NBC, Victor Talking Machine Company, and Marconi Wireless Telegraph Company of America; the history of radio, television, broadcasting, audio and video recording and reproduction, electron microscopy, radar, vacuum tubes, transistors, solid-state physics, semiconductors, lasers, liquid-crystal displays, integrated circuits, microprocessors, computers, communications satellites, and other technologies that RCA played an important role in inventing and developing; and some of the many people, beside Sarnoff, who made these technologies work.

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RCA Service Company Advertisement

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Advertisement for color television repair by the RCA Service Company in the October 1956 issue of Radio Age.

RCA Service Company Advertisement

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Advertisement for the RCA Service Company from the January 1958 issue of Electronic Age.

Television-Radio Service Repair Lighted Sign

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Authorized television repair shops often advertised their services with lighted signs