|An early QSL showing a previous club callsign|
|"Argonne National Laboratory held its first open house March 20, 1954, to show off Chicago Pile 5 (CP5), the nations newest reactor. For 25 years, it was one of the nations leading facilities providing neutrons for materials research." Quote is from the Argonne National Laboratory 50th Anniversary 1996 Appointment Calendar.
This commemorative card shows CP5.
|This card shows the famous White Damma Damma deer that Argonne is known for. An estimated two to three hundered of the picturesque creatures thrive here.|
|Solar energy research activities are centered around the development of improved solar collectors based on nonimaging optics. Shown is the facility for testing new designs|
|Shows the Zero Gradient Proton Synchrotron (ZGS), a 12.5 - billion electron volt particle accelerator. The synchrotron is housed in an earth-covered "doughnut" structure 200 feet in diameter; surrounding it are experimental and support buildings. In the foreground is the 12-foot bubble chamber.|
|This commemorative card was produced to honor the 10th anniversary of the clubs repeater, W9QVE/R. Approximately 200 of these cards were sent out to stations contacting the special event station on the occasion of its 10th anniversary.|
|The Nite Patrol 10 year commemorative card.|
|An old Glen Mack QSL card for W9QVE.|
|Early QSL from Glen Mack memorial station.|
Apr 4, 2007 (AG9H)