[AMRadio] Time machines for your parlor

Rev. Don Sanders innatehealing at bigplanet.com
Thu Apr 20 16:53:30 EDT 2006

Perhaps those with the transmitters and receivers of the 40's, 50'sa, 60's
etc. would like to have the issues of QST that had a review of their
equipment and maybe an original advertisement by the manufacturer or
distributor. I have many years of QST going back to the 50's and I am
pulling the copies of the gear I have but am disposing of the rest. SO if
you desire a copy let me know the year and month and I will check the

Healthfully yours,
                          DON W4BWS
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Todd, KA1KAQ" <ka1kaq at gmail.com>
To: <w1eof at hamnutz.com>; "Discussion of AM Radio" <amradio at mailman.qth.net>
Sent: Thursday, April 20, 2006 1:11 PM
Subject: Re: [AMRadio] Time machines for your parlor

> On 4/20/06, W1EOF <w1eof at hamnutz.com> wrote:
> <snip>
> > Anyway... if you have not done so in awhile, take a few minutes to
> > some really old magazines or books. Get a nice cup of your favorite
> > beverage, a comfy chair, and some quiet time. Someone on a list was
> > for a time machine... This is the closest thing we got.
> It's the only way to go, Mark. CDs are nice, compact and all that, but
> a pain to try to read in bed and so on.
> Strange coincidence perhaps, but two nights ago a friend gave me a
> backseat full of QSTs, a couple years of CQ, and a box of old
> hardcover books including the fourth edition of the Radiotron
> Designer's Handbook and volumes of VHF and UHF by the Radio Laboratory
> Staff. QSTs go from the late 30s to the 70s, some of the later ones
> are in binders.
> At some point, I'm hoping to trade off some of the dark brown binders
> for the older red ones, maybe even find some of the CQ and 73 hard
> binders as well. Like you, I'm not anti-CD, but there's nothing quite
> like being able to walk over to the bookcase, slide out the book you
> want, and carry it off somewhere to leaf through its pages.
> If there's anyone out there with magazines to trade, sell, or
> otherwise dispose of, perhaps we can work some deals to get the issues
> to those who want them. I have a lot of duplicates, but the thought of
> having them pulped isn't at all appealing.
> ~ Todd,  KA1KAQ
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