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Arthur Batcheller was a pioneer in early radio in the state of Massachusetts, one of the founders and partners of the Massachusetts Radio Telegraph School and a designated Radio Inspector for the New England district between 1917 and 1918. Batcheller was appointed Chief Radio Inspector for the Second Federal Radio District (Port of New York) in 1920 by United States President Herbert Hoover, who at the time served as Secretary of Commerce. In 1930 he was appointed to the position of Traveling Supervisor of Radio.
==Early life and education==
Arthur Batcheller was born in 1888 in Wellesley, Massachusetts and attended the Boston School of Telegraphy in 1902. While working at the railroad as a locomotive fireman, Batcheller pursued a degree in electronics at the Boston YMCA Electrical Engineering School. After receiving his degree, he enrolled in the Boston YMCA Polytechnic School where he earned his First Class Radio Operators license in 1913.
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