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The Rod Newkirk Collection By Rod Newkirk
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Rod Newkirk joined the K9YA Telegraph staff in September 2004 with the publication of his story, “A QSO with CRØOK.” That first, short article about a legendary Chicago gangster... More > and his predilection for Morse code set the benchmark for the 44 articles to follow. With his background in radio as both vocation and avocation Rod’s stories for the K9YA Telegraph span decades, careers and continents: from Chicago’s north side to wartime Pacific isles, from prairie farmstead to Pentagon and from state police radio operator to longtime DX editor at QST. Within these pages you will find wit and humor, drama and pathos, character studies, razor-sharp reminiscence of amateur radio’s “golden age” and some novel antenna designs With that, we introduce Rod Newkirk and his inimitable writing style to yet another generation of amateur radio operators. For more venerable hams, here is a new collection of Rod’s stories to enjoy, remember and treasure.< Less
The Art and Skill of Radio-Telegraphy By William Pierpont
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A manual for learning, using, mastering and enjoying the International Morse code as a means of communication. This fully revised fifth edition includes much additional content.
Wired Love: A Romance of Dots and Dashes By Ella Cheever Thayer
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The story of an electric romance of the 19th century via landline telegraphy (Morse code). Painstakingly recreated by volunteers, this public-domain book is presented by the Robert F. Heytow... More > Memorial Radio Club—publisher of the K9YA Telegraph.< Less
HI HI — A Collection of Ham Radio Cartoons By Dick Sylvan
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Hi Hi — Ham on Wry — Bouncing off the E-layer and spiraling out of the pen of veteran amateur radio operator Dick Sylvan, W9CBT, Hi Hi provides solid 5 and 9 laughter. Drawing on six... More > decades of on-air adventures, Dick offers an insider’s view of the bliss and twists of ham radio. — Hi Hi makes a great gift for any ham—to give or get. Each of the book’s three sections: Ham Lingo, Ham Quips and Morse Quips & Tips, looks ham radio square in the eye and finds it–hilarious–and so will you. So, drop that key, put down that microphone, stow that keyboard and pick up your copy of Hi Hi. — Dick, an industrial designer, is staff cartoonist for the K9YA Telegraph, the monthly, general interest, amateur radio e-Zine praised by hams in more than 90 countries.< Less

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Left to Die Left to Die By Wes Rand
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