WA2RVU takes a glance back to THE GOLDEN AGE OF BROADCAST AND AMATEUR RADIO.
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Wednesday, February 13, 2008
1938: THANKS AGAIN BOB BALLANTINE!
THANKS TO BOB BALLANTINE FOR THESE TWO ADDITIONAL QSL CARDS FROM THE LATE, GREAT ED RASER. IF ANY OTHER VISITORS TO THIS SITE HAVE MATERIAL OF THIS TYPE, EMAIL IT TO ME AT firstname.lastname@example.org. LET'S KEEP THE RADIO PAST ALIVE.
I am the Hamilton Township Historian at the Hamilton Township Public Library Local History Collection. I served in "G-2;" the U.S. Army Security Agency(ASA) with a "Top Secret Codeword" ("Crypto")military clearance. I have been married 60 years in April of 2014 to Judy Britton, my class of 1951 Hamilton High school sweetheart. We have 3 children and 9 grandchildren, and one great granddaughter. I have been a member of the amateur radio community since 1975 with the call sign WA2RVU. If the good Lord wills it, I will be logging local history when I reach the golden age of 100!