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I knew nothing about ham radio when I came upon an album full of QSL postcards at a flea market, I was blown away by the varied styles and creative solutions each ham had used to make these souvenirs of their on air friendships.  It’s a cornucopia of design, art, history and politics. and it all belonged to one man, Jerry Powell, who broadcast from his basement in New Jersey throughout the twentieth century. If you love ham radio or even know nothing about it, this gorgeous book will delight you. It was crafted by award-winning designer Paul Sahre and is full of tidbits about the hobby, about obscure political events, and creativity. Chosen by the AIGA as one of the 50 Best Books of the year, and yet available to mere mortals too. Sign up for a copy today,

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