Found in my grandfather’s ham radio stash….

This article was originally posted on Radio Artisan.

Anthony, K3NG, is a regular contributor to AmateurRadio.com.

3 Responses to “History”

  • Bill KY7HYI:

    Those radio logs would be called blogs today…

  • Cliff KU4GW:

    Thanks for posting these Anthony! I made screenshots of both pages and edited them in my photo editor to make them much easier to see, especially for my vision which isn’t the greatest thanks to diabetes. Anyway, I thought you may like to have a copy of the edited versions and if you do drop me a email to my address from my QRZ profile and I’ll attach them and send them your way. Thanks again for sharing this part of amateur radio history! Oh, by the way, what was your grandfather’s amateur radio callsign?

    “Very 73 de Cliff, KU4GW”

  • Goody K3NG:

    Hi Cliff and Bill. His callsign is W3HC (formerly W3HCW). He’s been inactive for about 10 years now and is 98 years old. I doubt he copied the W1AW bulletin as he was first licensed in 1956. So it’s a mystery who copied this; I wish I had the entire logbook.

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