[AMRadio] OT: Old Call books

Sara & Wayne Steiner ssaw at mchsi.com
Thu Apr 8 13:21:33 EDT 2010

Hi Brian

Just saw your email.  I have some books from that era so if you haven't got 
the info yet let me know.

Wayne, N0TE

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Subject: [AMRadio] OT: Old Call books

> Does anyone have some older call books from the late 60's, 70's, maybe 
> early
> 80's that could look up a call for me and see who held it?
> Please email me off list as the matter is somewhat sensitive to discuss on
> the list.
> Thanks
> Brian / w5ami
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