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KAL-0909 George Busby Houston TX 1960s Vintage Postcard CB Radio QSL

KAL-0909 George Busby Houston TX 1960s Vintage Postcard CB Radio QSL

Original QSL postcard from the mid to late 1960s. This card was sent from CB radio station: KAL-0909 more. The Country Boy. George and Katherine Busby, located at 562 Hidden Valley, Houston, Texas. During the 1920s and 1930s, amateur ham radio operators adopted the practice of two-way exchanging of QSL postcards, to confirm their radio contact, with a report of reception. QSL cards got to be known as wallpaper, commonly used to decorate the walls of their radio equipment room. During the 1960s, CB citizen band radio became popular, and the practice of exchanging QSL cards to confirm radio contacts less

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KAM-0677 Henry Bell Long Beach CA 1960s Vintage Postcard CB QSL Card 1

KAM-0677 Henry Bell Long Beach CA 1960s Vintage Postcard CB QSL Card 1

Original QSL postcard from the mid to late 1960s.This unused card was sent from CB radio station: KAM-0677 more. Was issued to Henry A Bell, at 731 West First Street, Long Beach, California. Original address, at 705 First Street, was crossed out. His CB handle was Tennessee Pale Face. During the 1920s and 1930s, amateur ham radio operators adopted the practice of two-way exchanging of QSL postcards, to confirm their radio contact, with a report of reception. QSL cards got to be known as wallpaper, commonly used to decorate the walls of their radio equipment room. During the 1960s, CB citizen band radio b less

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KAM-0677 Henry Bell Long Beach CA 1960s Vintage Postcard CB QSL Card 2

KAM-0677 Henry Bell Long Beach CA 1960s Vintage Postcard CB QSL Card 2

Original QSL postcard from the mid to late 1960s.This unused card was sent from CB radio station: KAM-0677 more. Was issued to Henry A. Bell, of Long Beach, California. His CB handle was Tennessee Pale Face. Back side of card has the CB 10-codes listed. During the 1920s and 1930s, amateur ham radio operators adopted the practice of two-way exchanging of QSL postcards, to confirm their radio contact, with a report of reception. QSL cards got to be known as wallpaper, commonly used to decorate the walls of their radio equipment room. During the 1960s, CB citizen band radio became popular, and the practice less

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KAR-1628 Sal Maita Daly City CA 1960s Vintage Postcard CB QSL Card

KAR-1628 Sal Maita Daly City CA 1960s Vintage Postcard CB QSL Card

Original QSL postcard from the mid to late 1960s.This unused card was sent from CB radio station: KAR-1628 more. Was issued to Robert Newman and Sal Maita, at 138 Alta Vista Way, Daly City, California. Their CB handle was The Rebels. Golden Gate Park. During the 1920s and 1930s, amateur ham radio operators adopted the practice of two-way exchanging of QSL postcards, to confirm their radio contact, with a report of reception. QSL cards got to be known as wallpaper, commonly used to decorate the walls of their radio equipment room. During the 1960s, CB citizen band radio became popular, and the practice of less

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KAR-2806 Mike Woodrome Oakland CA 1960s Vintage Postcard CB QSL Card

KAR-2806 Mike Woodrome Oakland CA 1960s Vintage Postcard CB QSL Card

Original QSL postcard from the mid to late 1960s.This unused card was sent from CB radio station: KAR-2806 more. Was issued to Mike Woodrome, at 2300 107th Avenue, Oakland, California. Little Mike, you did it again. During the 1920s and 1930s, amateur ham radio operators adopted the practice of two-way exchanging of QSL postcards, to confirm their radio contact, with a report of reception. QSL cards got to be known as wallpaper, commonly used to decorate the walls of their radio equipment room. During the 1960s, CB citizen band radio became popular, and the practice of exchanging QSL cards to confirm rad less

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KAT-0201 Prefix Swapper Fullerton CA 1960s Vintage Postcard CB QSL

KAT-0201 Prefix Swapper Fullerton CA 1960s Vintage Postcard CB QSL

Original QSL postcard from the mid to late 1960s.This unused card was sent from CB radio station: KAT-0201 more. Was issued to The Prefix Swapper, of Fullerton, California. The Prefix Swapper traded and/or sold QSL cards by their prefix. At this time, I am not sure about the callsign prefix designation ,if they were random, starting with a Kxx, or was it done by State or regions of the country. During the 1920s and 1930s, amateur ham radio operators adopted the practice of two-way exchanging of QSL postcards, to confirm their radio contact, with a report of reception. QSL cards got to be known as wallpap less

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KBA-3517 Thomas Huey Napa CA 1960s Vintage Postcard CB QSL Card

KBA-3517 Thomas Huey Napa CA 1960s Vintage Postcard CB QSL Card

Original QSL postcard from the mid to late 1960s.This unused card, dated 1967, was sent from CB radio station: KBA-3517 more. Was issued to Thomas B. Huey, at 1950 Silverado Trail, Napa, California. During the 1920s and 1930s, amateur ham radio operators adopted the practice of two-way exchanging of QSL postcards, to confirm their radio contact, with a report of reception. QSL cards got to be known as wallpaper, commonly used to decorate the walls of their radio equipment room. During the 1960s, CB citizen band radio became popular, and the practice of exchanging QSL cards to confirm radio contacts was enjoyed by man less

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KBD-1463 SSG Henry Sam Sampier TX 1960s Vintage Postcard CB Radio QSL

KBD-1463 SSG Henry Sam Sampier TX 1960s Vintage Postcard CB Radio QSL

Original QSL postcard from the mid to late 1960s. This card was sent from CB radio station: KBD-1463 more. Uncle Sam. Ssg. Henry Sam Sampier, of Fort Bliss, Texas. During the 1920s and 1930s, amateur ham radio operators adopted the practice of two-way exchanging of QSL postcards, to confirm their radio contact, with a report of reception. QSL cards got to be known as wallpaper, commonly used to decorate the walls of their radio equipment room. During the 1960s, CB citizen band radio became popular, and the practice of exchanging QSL cards to confirm radio contacts was enjoyed by many with this new less

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KBH-0254 Ronald Hoskins Azusa CA 1960s Vintage Postcard CB QSL Card

KBH-0254 Ronald Hoskins Azusa CA 1960s Vintage Postcard CB QSL Card

Original QSL postcard from the mid to late 1960s.This used card, postmarked 1967, was sent from CB radio station: KBH-0254 more. Was issued to Ronald Hoskins, 812 Loren Avenue, #33, Azusa, California. Old address 635 North Rural Street, Indianapolis, Indiana was crossed out. Card has an image of the outline of the state of Indiana. During the 1920s and 1930s, amateur ham radio operators adopted the practice of two-way exchanging of QSL postcards, to confirm their radio contact, with a report of reception. QSL cards got to be known as wallpaper, commonly used to decorate the walls of their radio equipment room. During th less

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KBK-1033 Charles Sampson San Jose CA 1960s Vintage Postcard CB QSL

KBK-1033 Charles Sampson San Jose CA 1960s Vintage Postcard CB QSL

Original QSL postcard from the mid to late 1960s.This unused card was sent from CB radio station: KBK-1033 more. Was issued to Edythe and Charles Sampson, at 1350-75 Oakland Road, San Jose, California. Card has an image of a cowboy on a running horse. During the 1920s and 1930s, amateur ham radio operators adopted the practice of two-way exchanging of QSL postcards, to confirm their radio contact, with a report of reception. QSL cards got to be known as wallpaper, commonly used to decorate the walls of their radio equipment room. During the 1960s, CB citizen band radio became popular, and the practice o less

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KBK-1698 Boyce Henderson AFB CA 1960s Vintage Postcard CB QSL Card

KBK-1698 Boyce Henderson AFB CA 1960s Vintage Postcard CB QSL Card

Original QSL postcard from the mid to late 1960s.This unused card was sent from CB radio station: KBK-1698 more. Was issued to Boyce Henderson, at Wagon Wheel T.S. 18, Vandenburg A.F.B., California. Their CB handles were Gold Brick and Orphan Annie. Artwork signed by DP The Viking. During the 1920s and 1930s, amateur ham radio operators adopted the practice of two-way exchanging of QSL postcards, to confirm their radio contact, with a report of reception. QSL cards got to be known as wallpaper, commonly used to decorate the walls of their radio equipment room. During the 1960s, CB citizen band radio beca less

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KBK-2028 Bob Scarbrough San Jose CA 1960s Vintage Postcard CB QSL Card

KBK-2028 Bob Scarbrough San Jose CA 1960s Vintage Postcard CB QSL Card

Original QSL postcard from the mid to late 1960s.This unused card was sent from CB radio station: KBK-2028 more. Was issued to Joann and Bob Scarbrough, at 1058 Lick Avenue, San Jose, California. His CB handle was The Big Crab. During the 1920s and 1930s, amateur ham radio operators adopted the practice of two-way exchanging of QSL postcards, to confirm their radio contact, with a report of reception. QSL cards got to be known as wallpaper, commonly used to decorate the walls of their radio equipment room. During the 1960s, CB citizen band radio became popular, and the practice of exchanging QSL cards to less

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KBK-2246 Mac McGuire Sacramento CA 1960s Vintage Postcard CB QSL Card

KBK-2246 Mac McGuire Sacramento CA 1960s Vintage Postcard CB QSL Card

Original QSL postcard from the mid to late 1960s.This unused card was sent from CB radio station: KBK-2246 more. Was issued to Shirley and Mac McGuire, at 2316 Thelma Avenue, Sacramento, California. Children names are Edie, Tammy, Jeff, Larry and Cliff McGuire. During the 1920s and 1930s, amateur ham radio operators adopted the practice of two-way exchanging of QSL postcards, to confirm their radio contact, with a report of reception. QSL cards got to be known as wallpaper, commonly used to decorate the walls of their radio equipment room. During the 1960s, CB citizen band radio became popular, and the p less

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KBK-2380 Jim Campbell Whittier CA 1960s Vintage Postcard CB QSL Card

KBK-2380 Jim Campbell Whittier CA 1960s Vintage Postcard CB QSL Card

Original QSL postcard from the mid to late 1960s.This unused card was sent from CB radio station: KBK-2380 more. Was issued to Carol and Jim Campbell, at 7747 South Comstock Avenue, Whittier, California. During the 1920s and 1930s, amateur ham radio operators adopted the practice of two-way exchanging of QSL postcards, to confirm their radio contact, with a report of reception. QSL cards got to be known as wallpaper, commonly used to decorate the walls of their radio equipment room. During the 1960s, CB citizen band radio became popular, and the practice of exchanging QSL cards to confirm radio contacts less

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KBK-2838 Jack Reed Torrance CA 1960s Vintage Postcard CB QSL Card

KBK-2838 Jack Reed Torrance CA 1960s Vintage Postcard CB QSL Card

Original QSL postcard from the mid to late 1960s.This unused card was sent from CB radio station: KBK-2838 more. Was issued to Jack Reed, of Torrance, California. His CB handle was Bluejay. Base and mobile. During the 1920s and 1930s, amateur ham radio operators adopted the practice of two-way exchanging of QSL postcards, to confirm their radio contact, with a report of reception. QSL cards got to be known as wallpaper, commonly used to decorate the walls of their radio equipment room. During the 1960s, CB citizen band radio became popular, and the practice of exchanging QSL cards to confirm radio contac less

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KBK-2905 E Husted Fullerton CA 1960s Vintage Postcard CB QSL Card

KBK-2905 E Husted Fullerton CA 1960s Vintage Postcard CB QSL Card

Original QSL postcard from the mid to late 1960s.This unused card was sent from CB radio station: KBK-2905 more. Was issued to E. Husted, at 3154A Garnet Lane ,Fullerton, California. Card has an unique image of Rube Goldberg Special helicopter flying upside down. During the 1920s and 1930s, amateur ham radio operators adopted the practice of two-way exchanging of QSL postcards, to confirm their radio contact, with a report of reception. QSL cards got to be known as wallpaper, commonly used to decorate the walls of their radio equipment room. During the 1960s, CB citizen band radio became popular, and th less

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