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Olde Bill has been playing radio since 1952.....

 

A continious member of ARRL since 1952,  Bill is a former ARRL Headquarters staff member and seven-year (1967-1974) editor of QST's VHF column the then "World Above 50 Mc." Bill co-organized, with W0CUC and W0ENC (both SK), in 1965 what became the Central States VHF Society in 1967, aired the Cayman Islands the first time ever on 6-meters as ZF1DT (to W4HJZ 20-Jul-1968) and led the 1970 KL7ABR 6-meter DXpedition.

W0WOI holds #1 DXCC Honor Roll (356 / 356) and is active on 20, 6 and 2 meters, and soon 432 mHz from the Iowa cornpatch at Jefferson, Iowa, EN22ta.

 

I am a collector-historian of pre WW-II QSL cards of Iowa amateur stations. These QSL cards have significant importance preserving our ham heritage. Unfortunately these QSLs, especially those of the 1920s, are becoming very rare.  And fewer and fewer 1930s cards are available as OTers go SK.

Should you know the whereabouts of pre WW-II QSLs from Iowa (or any other state), be so kind as to contact me at W0WOI@aol.com .  Thank you for helping preserve history.

 

 

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