QSLs from KFIO and KSPO

by Bill Harms - Updated 16 July 2005

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KFIO 1933
This QSL was earned by Robert Gorsuch of Grinnel, Iowa in 1933. The letterhead says the station was located at 213 West Riverside (or the Pedicord Building) at the time. The signer was Curtis T. Strong, announcer. No frequency are listed. (CPRV)

Carroll Weyrich of Baltimore, Maryland received this QSL letter from KFIO in 1936. The frequency was 1120 kHz. (CPRV)

KFIO 1946
This QSL was received by Eugene S. Allen of Vallejo, California in 1946. KFIO was located at the Fidelity - Ziegler Building at the time. The signer was Dean Bula, W7GBU, Chief Engineer. No frequency was listed. (CPRV)

Eugene S. Allen received this QSL in KSPO 1951. The verification signer was Ed Antosyn. The verification was written Spokane Broadcasting Corporation letterhead and Louis Wasmer was the president. No frequency was listed. (CPRV)

J. Warren Routzahn earned this QSL letter after he heard KSPO in York, Pennsylania in 1953. The station was owned and operated by Del Cody and D. Gene Williams. The letterhead states the frequency was 1340 kHz(CPRV)

Roy Millar, Seattle, Washington, 1953, 1340 kHz. (CPRV)

Roy Millar, Marysville, Washington, 1960's. The frequency was 1230 kHz. (CPRV)