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Found! Meriden Hams and Club info 1922
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Found in a government archive at the "Bureau of Navigation, Dept of Commerce"   Listing of all licensed "transmitters" in the First District, 1922.   This listing showed the Call Sign, License holder name, address and Power being used by the transmitter as was required for licensing in 1922.   The below list includes all the licensed hams in Meriden CT that year.   
                                                                                                Transmitter     
Call       Name                          Address                                       Power            Note 
1PS       Meriden Radio Club      35 Colony St.  Meriden CT             10 watts        Club Station Meriden RC
1ARK     A. S. Boynton              13 Griswold St.  Meriden CT           50 watts        President     Meriden RC
1FQ       George F. Donnelly      Main St. South Meriden CT           600 watts        VP               Meriden RC
1JD       Frank A. Young            523 West Main Street Meriden CT 300 Watts        Sec/Treas    Meriden RC

1BFC     Harold H. Bodwell       Old Colony Road Meriden CT          60 watts
1BFE     William R. Curtiss        108 Hicks St. Meriden CT              100 watts
1BGL     Charles W. Elsenheimer 530 Broad St. Meriden CT           100 watts
1BKN     Dertot George            538 Old Colony Road Meriden CT    20 watts
1BLI      George Ohl Jr.             56 William Ave Meriden CT             15 watts
1BXP     James C. Laviana        136 Hick St. Meriden CT                500 watts 
1GJ       George H. Hartman, Jr.  73 Liberty St. Meriden CT            500 watts
1JN       Ernest H. Guterman     528 West Main St. Meriden CT       100 watts

Attached is screen cap of page in callbook showing Club Station info.


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.pdf   First Meriden Club Station 1922.pdf (Size: 110.46 KB / Downloads: 13)
Rich - WA1TRY 
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Amazing information.

Of course, this gets me to thinking, who is the oldest Ham in the USA, in Connecticut, who has been licensed the longest, and who holds the oldest call in the USA or in CT?
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