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W0ZSW K0HLA
k0ogi k0ogi envlope
Original Art by K0OGI
w0kyg W0OWY
W0WVT WN0DHS
WB0DHS QSL WB0DHS QSL
W0ZQJ KB0ROB
WA2CJS WA2CJS
WN0CFF WN0CFF
WA0ZDA WB0CFF
QSL N0KKT K0SRG QSL
WB0RMS SMARTS Radio Club QSL WB0KRI QSL
WN0FJJ QSL WN0FJJ QSL
WA0FJJ QSL WA0FJJ QSL
WN9KQG
K0CN QSL
K0CN/0 QSL

Don's first QSL card from 1940. Don's call changed to W0JBX after WWII when the FCC divided the 9th call area into the zero and nine districts.

W5CCL QSL


Don's card from his days with the Honeywell Amateur Radio Club. Don worked as an engineer for Honeywell for 30 years and retired in 1983.

WB0UKI QSL
Jim went to radio school in 1952 at Kessler AFB, Biloxi, MS and graduated a CW intercept operator. He came into amateur radio in 1976 as a novice and became an extra class in 1991. Jim participates in nets and enjoys working CW on all bands. Presently his HF rigs are a FT 907D and Icom 756. Antennas are "assorted dipoles that no goose would dare to navigate".
QSL WD0FKX

W0GLU PlateFormer PICONET member Rex Kiser (SK)
This plate, issued in 1971, was a gift to Handihams from Miriam Kiaser, Rex's XYL

N0OIX QSL
K9UTQ QSL KD0OJE QSL
WB0JUL W0JLF
kr0k qsl K0YCE
k0srg  

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