Brad Bradfield, PE
When I first got to Long Beach in 1970, the club station already had a file
cabinet drawer full of QSL cards that they'd had printed. No one, however, would admit who'd misspelled
the word "amateur".
||Here's a picture I took of the WB6GUI station in very
early 1971. The equipment is Collins S-Line, and if you look closely at the
right edge of the picture, you'll see the Henry 2-K amplifier, and the equipment
rack that held our AN/URA-8 RTTY terminal units. We had a Teletype Model 19 for
teletype, which is out of the picture to the right.
I'll be adding more pictures as I dig them out and get them scanned.
If anyone has additional pictures of any of the WB6GUI stations or operators
from any vintage, please e-mail me. I'd like to scan them
and put them on this page. I'd also like to scan any different WB6GUI QSL cards if you have any.
Page updated 01/18/2001