Online vintage tech library

Posted on Friday, April 13th, 2012 in documentation, ebook, vintage by the machinegeek – Vintage info from the age of vacuum tubes 

Vintage info from the days of vacuum tubes

Kelvin informs us of an online stash of vintage engineering docs at He especially recommends you check out the technical books section/link.

Tubebooks is “a collection of vintage engineering texts, vacuum tube datasheets, and other obsolete information, presented free of charge and without annoying advertisements.”

Via the contact form.

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3 Responses to “Online vintage tech library”

  1. Robert says:

    That’s a lot of good old books!!!
    Great work!


  2. Sleepwalker says:

    Ah, when components glowed at you and were all warm and fuzzy :)

  3. Patrick says:

    Thanks to Pete Millett these old gems are available online.
    Some more info about tube-based stuff can be found at:

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