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  • Amateur Radio Stations Hiram Percy Maxim and Clarence D. Tuska (editors) 479994Amateur Radio StationsHiram Percy Maxim and Clarence D. Tuska (editors)
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  • Radio Station 9IK Hiram Percy Maxim and Clarence D. Tuska (editors) 485925Radio Station 9IKHiram Percy Maxim and Clarence D. Tuska (editors)
    630 bytes (108 words) - 03:18, 16 August 2009
  • American Radio Relay League Station 8ZI Hiram Percy Maxim and Clarence D. Tuska (editors) 485945American Radio Relay League Station 8ZIHiram Percy
    746 bytes (164 words) - 03:15, 16 August 2009
  • Ann Arbor, Michigan Radio Station Hiram Percy Maxim and Clarence D. Tuska (editors) 485937Ann Arbor, Michigan Radio StationHiram Percy Maxim and Clarence
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  • Ontario Radio Station Hiram Percy Maxim and Clarence D. Tuska (editors) 485926Ontario Radio StationHiram Percy Maxim and Clarence D. Tuska (editors)
    634 bytes (169 words) - 03:17, 16 August 2009
  • QST/March 1916/One of the Special License Stations (category Amateur radio stations)
    Clarence D. Tuska (editors) ONE OF THE SPECIAL LICENSE STATIONS.  Radio station 1ZW is owned and operated by Mr. William H. Allison of Worcester
    660 bytes (116 words) - 03:17, 16 August 2009
  • QST/March 1916/A Well Equipped Station in York, PA (category Amateur radio stations)
    PAHiram Percy Maxim and Clarence D. Tuska (editors) A WELL EQUIPPED RADIO STATION IN YORK, PA.   These two illustrations show a LEAGUE Station owned
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  • American Radio Relay League Station Amateur Radio Stations Running Tests Between Amateur Stations QST Press News Latest List of Additions to American Radio Relay
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  • StrausbergerM.StrausbergerStrausberger,_M.Amateur radio enthusiast associated with the Pennsylvania State College radio station, 8XE, around 1916. 8XE (1916)
    347 bytes (108 words) - 21:34, 29 August 2015
  • The Radio Station of Mr. P. W. Patch, Dubuque, Ia. Hiram Percy Maxim and Clarence D. Tuska (editors) 485671The Radio Station of Mr. P. W. Patch,
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  • Author:W. A. Parks (category Radio operators)
    Parks was an amateur radio operator active around 1916 in Washington, DC. High Note — Low Note (1916) Washington’s Birthday Amateur Relay Message
    620 bytes (123 words) - 16:53, 29 August 2015
  • 647 1925, Der Radio-Amateur (Radio-Telephonie). Ein Lehr- und Hilfsbuch für die Radio-Amateure aller Länder (The Radio Amateur (Radio telephony). A teaching
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  • conditions for amateur radio work have never been over good in this section of the country, I have picked up quite a few distant amateurs this year. Among
    439 bytes (318 words) - 23:30, 5 October 2009
  • 507973Q18912413Orland HeacockOrlandHeacockHeacock,_OrlandOrland M. Heacock from the May 1917 QST.png18821981Amateur radio enthusist. Some Pole (1916)
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  • matter of a Volunteer Radio Corps. It is being suggested by the officers of the League and the chances are that the better amateur radio stations of the country
    528 bytes (309 words) - 01:13, 5 July 2009
  • Author:M. B. West (category Radio operators)
    WestM.WestWest,_M.M. B. West from the September 1916 QST.png18791953Amateur radio operator and A.R.R.L director. QST/April 1916/Letter to the Editor
    432 bytes (120 words) - 23:46, 28 August 2015
  • In An American Radio Relay League Station by [[Author:Anonymous|Anonymous]] 479989In An American Radio Relay League StationAnonymous Scene: Relay
    467 bytes (357 words) - 15:04, 3 August 2010
  • in which he has spent much time on amateur radio communication.  The program which usually happens when two amateurs want to reach each other, is the following:―
    685 bytes (1,657 words) - 22:00, 11 July 2009
  • in operation one year. Its membership consists of over six hundred amateur radio stations in thirty-eight states of the Union. Except for gaps in the
    852 bytes (1,797 words) - 14:15, 29 August 2015
  • once that his nephew had slyly and forcibly put it into his head that amateur radio construction was largely newspaper bunk, without any real foundation
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