MORSUM MAGNIFICAT CONSOLIDATED INDEX FOR ISSUES 1 TO 89
Category Topic Author Issue Page
ABBREVIATIONS & PROCEDURES 33, Use of A ' Radio, WIA 37 39
55 (ltr) M. Zurn 38 42
55 (ltrs) Various 39 42
55 (ltrs) Various 40 42
55. AGCW-DL Position (ltr) Otto Wiesner 43 41
72 signal G-QRP Club 21 4
Abbrevs & Procedures (ltr) Various 31 43
Abbrevs & Procedures (ltrs) Various 29 39
Abbrevs & Procs (ltrs) Various 25 38
Abbrevs & Procs (ltrs) Various 26 42
Abbrevs & Procs (ltrs) Various 27 46
Accented/Barred Letters - Info Wanted Duncan Leak 55 7
ADFGX Gerald Stancey 16 30
Amateur Number Signals (ltr) Martin Zurn 41 40
Barred Letters (ltr) Vic Reynolds 56 48
'CH', re (ltr) Otto A. Weisner 45 46
Distinctive Tone (ltr) B. Eldridge 37 47
Distinctive Tone (ltr) J. Worthington 38 43
Distinctive Tone (ltr) M. Pouw-Arnold 39 46
Don't Understand (ltr) D. Leak 38 44
Don't Understand! (ltr) R.Q. Marris 37 46
Erasure Signal (ltr) R. Prosser 35 40
Erasure Signal (ltr) Various 36 43
Erasure Signal (ltr) G. Wormald 37 46
Erasure Signal (ltr) J. Worthington 38 41
Erasure Signal (ltr) J.N. Elwood 40 41
Exclamation Mark (ltr) David Gunning 43 47
Exclamation Mark Not Needed (ltr) Alan Smith 48 47
Handbook of Radiotelegraph & Radiotelephone Codes John Alcorn 53 6
Handbook of Radiotelegraph & Radiotelephone Codes John Alcorn 54 5
How do you Laugh on the Radio? Steve McCallum 56 20
KN barred (ltr) B. Eldridge 37 44
McElroy Chart of Codes and Signals (review) G. Arnold 38 33
Misunderstood (ltr) M. Pouw-Arnold 42 44
Neglected Exclam. Mark (ltr) J.B. Prior 39 45
Neglected Exclam. Mark (ltr) Various 40 39
New Exclamation Mark? (ltr) Otto A. Weisner 41 41
New Exclamation Mark? (ltr) Otto A. Weisner 45 46
New Exclamation Mark? (ltrs) Various 42 44
New Exclamation Mark? (ltrs) Various 44 47
Now you know! (AR & SK) QST 1917 12 14
Overdoing It (ltr) 'Andy' Nyberg 42 46
Phillips Code 1975 Revision John N. Elwood 64 42
Positions and Points (ltrs) Various 55 47
Proper Nouns (ltr) R. Prosser 33 47
Prowords and Abbreviations John Alcorn 53 6
Prowords and Abbreviations John Alcorn 54 5
Q & Z codebook Dick Kraayveld 19 44
Q & Z codebook reprinted Dick Kraayveld 18 3
Q & Z codes Gerald Stancey 17 13
QRM? - Send GTH! D.C. Prout 16 37
QUS? R. Hellemons 31 38
R-Codes & S-Codes Pre 1912 Brevity Codes Scott Anderson 63 34
Reprint of 1923 Phillips Code Ken Miller 60 6
Those Tones (ltr) R. Wilson 33 43
Those Tones (ltr) M. Pouw-Arnold 35 43
Understand (ltr) O. Weisner 38 44
Understand (ltr) Jack Barker 42 46
Understand (ltrs) Various 40 40
Upper Case for Weather Reports M-Christie 55 16
Use of 'R' for decimal point? Geoff Arnold 53 1
VA or SK? G. Arnold 26 8
Walter Phillips & the Phillips Code Tony Smith 61 34
What became of Ey En Toc barred? Eric McFarland 18 14
What became of India November Tango barred Ron Wilson 20 12
Where Did They Come From? Gary Bold 41 30
Why Not 'CH'? (ltr) M. Pouw-Arnold 44 46
ACTIVITIES/EVENTS 100 Years of Radio Conference IEE 42 6
13th QRPCC HOT Party News 72 8
75th Anniv 1st UK/Aust Message VK2WAH 31 10
90th Anniversary of PCH (ltr) K. Lagerberg 34 43
9J50UN on U.N. Day Brian Otter 41 3
Activity Week AGCW-DL 39 3
AGCW HOT Party 1997 AGCW-DL 54 7
AGCW-DL Activities 1996 AGCW-DL 43 5
AGCW-DL Activities 1998 AGCW-DL 55 7
AGCW-DL HOT Party 1995 AGCW-DL 42 2
AGCW-DL HOT Party 96 AGCW-DL 48 8
AGCW-DL QRP Summer Contest '96 AGCW-DL 46 8
AGCW-DL QRP/QRP Party 1996 AGCW-DL 45 4
AGCW-DL QRP/QRP Party '97 AGCW-DL 51 4
AGCW-DL Straight Key Party '95 AGCW-DL 41 5
AGCW-DL Straight Key Party '96 AGCW-DL 47 6
AGCW-DL Straight Key Party '97 AGCW-DL 53 10
Anniversary (75th) of First USA/EU Amateur Contact SARA 48 8
Anniversary of First USA/EU Amateur Contact a Success ARRL Letter 50 6
Antique Field Day 1989 Norway 12 15
Argentinean Clubs Commemorate Historical DX News 63 6
Battleship George Averoff on Air News 86 10
Belgian/Canadian Commemoration OS6NF 36 3
Brazilian Party CWAS 32 5
BT Auction News 85 2
Celebs at Locust Grove Locust Grove 19 40
Chalk Pits Museum Wireless Day D. Rudram 29 7
Clandestine Field Day 1987 Norway 7 2
Clayesmore Morse Festival Announcement 26 2
Clayesmore Morse Festival G. Arnold 27 9
CW Activity Calendar July/Sep 1991 20 8
CW at the Klondike Days 97 Exposition Dave Clarke 53 8
CW Morse Day at Locust Grove P'keepsie ARC 23 3
CW News Bulletins, GB2RS RSGB 11 35
CW Proficiency Runs Nth Cheshire RC 15 23
CW Success at WRTC-96 W5YI Report 48 2
Cyfellion Marconi Annual Lecture News 76 5
CZEBRIS 1995 G-QRP Club 38 2
CZEBRIS 1996 G-QRP-C 43 5
CZEBRIS 1997 G-QRP Club 49 6
CZEBRIT 94. New QRP Event G. Taylor 31 8
Czech paras commemoration OK1HR 24 8
Czech/UK QRP tests 1991 OK-QRP & G-QRP 18 9
Danish Liberation Celebrations T. Dahl 33 3
East to West QRP 1990 OK-QRP & G-QRP 17 4
East to West QRP 1990 OK-QRP & G-QRP 19 43
EUCW 160m Contest News 77 6
EUCW activity summary EUCW 18 22
EUCW CW QSO Party 1994 EUCW 36 2
EUCW Fraternising CW QSO Party 1998 EUCW 60 5
EUCW Fraternising CW QSO Party 2001 News 77 2
EUCW SKD 1990, SK awards SCAG 18 5
EUCW Straight Key Day 1990 D. Bourcart 17 12
EUCW/FISTS QRS Party MM 74 IBC
EUCW/FISTS QRS Party News 84 4
EUCW/FISTS QRS Party Results News 81 4
Europe for QRP 1992 G/OK QRP Clubs 24 3
Europe for QRP 1993 OK-QRP Club 29 3
Europe for QRP success G/OK QRP Clubs 23 2
Europe for QRP Weekend 1994 G-QRP Club 35 3
Europe for QRP Weekend 1995 G-QRP-C 41 5
Europe for QRP Weekend 1996 G-QRP Club 47 6
FOC Late Summer CW QSO Party FOC 24 4
Fraternising CW Party 1987 EUCW 5 2
Fraternising CW Party 1988 EUCW 9 13
Fraternising CW Party 1989 EUCW 13 43
Fraternising CW Party 1990 EUCW 17 3
Fraternising CW Party 1992 EUCW 25 2
Fraternising CW Party 1993 EUCW 30 2
Fraternising CW Party 1996 EUCW 48 6
Fraternising CW Party 1997 EUCW 6 6
Friedrichshafen Ham Radio 2000 A Report News 70 12
GACW CW DX Contest News 77 6
GACW CW DZ Contest Samuel Morse Party News 79 4
GACW Key Day News 82 6
GB2IWM on VE & VJ Day Duxford RS 39 2
GB2IWM on VJ Day Duxford RS 40 2
G-QRP Winter Sports 1995 G-QRP-C 43 5
G-QRP Winter Sports 1996 G-QRP Club 49 7
G-QRP Winter Sports 1997 G-QRP Club 55 6
Great day at Dubbo Morsecodians 7 41
Grimeton/SAQ 17 kHz Dave Lawrence 86 44
Hand Key Party AGCW-DL 28 3
Happy Birthday Prof. Morse Various 19 36
Happy New Year Contest AGCW-DL 2 26
HA-QRP Contest 1999 News 65 3
Holland to Implement WRC-2003 Accord News 83 3
HOT Party 1991 AGCW-DL 21 6
HOT-Party 1990 AGCW-DL 17 5
I Tappa Key CW Contest Larry Kayser 59 7
In the Beginning' - Key/Teleg. Seminar News 71 4
India Hamvention - 94 J. Walder-Davis 32 4
International Museums Weekend 2002 News 78 6
Key Construction Competition News 86 6
KPH/KFS Returns to Air News 86 7
Marconi Bust Bernie White 85 41
Marconi Celebration Station RAC 61 8
Marconi Commemorative Event at Poldhu News 77 4
Marconi Memorial Month 1995 AGCW-DL 40 4
Marconi Newfoundland on LF News 86 9
MEGS S.F.B. Morse Birthday Celebration 1995 MEGS 38 4
MEGS S.F.B. Morse Birthday Celebration 1996 MEGS 44 7
MEGS S.F.B. Morse Birthday Celebration 1997 MEGS 50 4
MEGS S.F.B. Morse Birthday Success 1996 MEGS 47 10
MEGS S.F.B. Morse Birthday Success 1997 MEGS 52 5
MM 64 Searchword Tony Smith 65 28
MM Competition - The Winners & the Answers MM 65 27
Morse 2000 Conference Univ/Wisconsin 34 7
Morse 2000 Conference '97 Univ/Wisconsin 52 3
Morse bicentennial, Reports Various 20 41
Morse bicentennial. Advance information Various 18 42
Morse Day at Locust Grove P'keepsie ARC 23 3
Morse Examiners Weekend Well Done! Guy R. Warburton 64 44
Morse Memorial Day in Holland M. Pouw-Arnold 40 6
Morse Memorial Day in Holland M. Pouw-Arnold 58 6
Morse Test Anniversary (ltr) Roy Clayton 46 47
Morse Test Service (RSGB) Anniversary Weekend Roy Clayton 57 2
Muckleburgh Update Tony Smith 85 10
New Fists Award - NANFY News 84 2
New IOTA Island News 62 8
NMN Closing Ceremony USCG 40 2
Nottingham Morse Seminar 1989 R. Wilson 13 34
Nottingham Morse seminar 1993 R. Wilson 24 6
Nottingham Morse Seminar 1993 R. Wilson 26 2
Nottingham Morse Seminar 1993 R. Wilson 27 4
Nottingham Morse Seminar 1993 R. Wilson 28 5
NZ Morse Competitions Break-In 25 4
OK-GQRP Tests 1987 UK/Czechoslovaki 2 40
Operation Alice Australia 13 7
Operation Maquis 1994 J-J Legrand 32 2
Operation Maquis 1994 J-J. Legrand 33 2
Operation Maquis 1994 DARTS 35 8
ORIGINAL-QRP Contest Dec 97 H. Weber 55 6
Pigeons at War 'The Flying Telegraph' Exhibition News 75 6
QNC! Autumn Challenge 1991 Scott Laughlin 20 4
QRP Convention 1988 Yeovil ARC 7 40
QRP Convention 1994 Yeovil ARC 33 4
QRP Summer Contest 1995 AGCW-DL 40 4
QRP Winter Contest 1995 AGCW-DL 37 4
QRP/QRP Party 1995 AGCW-DL 39 3
QRPp Activity Day - Monthly OK QRP Club 27 5
Royal Flying Doctor Service CW Award News 62 6
RSGB Morse Anniversary News 85 8
RSGB Morse Test Service - 13th Anniversary Weekend News 63 2
RSGB Morse Test Service - 15th Anniversary. News 74 2
RUFZ Top-List Competition Tony Smith 45 38
RUFZ Version 3.0. Released DL4MM 54 3
Russian QRP Contest U QRP Club 24 4
SAQ and KPH Reception Robert A. Loup 86 44
Scandinavian CW activities SCAG 4 40
Semi-Auto Key Evening 1995 AGCW-DL 37 5
Special Event Celebrates Historic KPH News 73 2
Station KPH - Night of Nights III News 83 4
Straight Key Day 1988 RSGB 9 21
Straight Key Day 1989 EUCW 12 20
Straight Key Day 1990 EUCW 16 35
Straight Key Evening 1988 Edgware & DRS 7 8
Straight Key Evening 1991 Edgware & DRS 19 42
Straight Key Evening 1993 Edgware & DRS 27 8
Straight Key Evening 1994 Edgware & DRS 33 5
Straight Key Evening 1997 Edgware & DRS 53 10
Straight Key Week 1991 FISTS 20 6
Surrender Announcement Rebroadcast to Australia G. Cochrane 40 7
Swiss HTC - QRP Sprint News 81 3
Telegram from Timbertown Australia 10 10
Telegraph History Re-enacted in Victoria David Dunn 78 38
Telegraph Keys At The 2001 Dayton Hamfest Tom Perera 76 8
Thanks OM G...! La Pioche 48 44
The First Ferdinand Braun Day Sylvester Fcking 76 6
TM5CW Active Again News 85 9
TOPS activities Chris Hammett 18 9
TOPS Activity Contest 1992 TOPS 25 3
TOPS Activity Contest 1993 C. Hammett 30 3
UCWC contest 1992 UCWC 24 6
UCWC Morse Contest UCWC 44 5
UFT contest 1988 France 10 12
UK Morse Test Anniversary, Special Event Stations Roy Clayton 45 24
UK Morse Test Anniversary, Special Event Stations 1997 Roy Clayton 51 2
Wales/Australia Anniversary Dragon ARC 35 2
Whole World QRP Game News 85 6
Worked EUCW award EUCW 60 6
World Amateur Radio Day 1995 IARU 37 2
World QRP Day 1989 IARU 12 30
World QRP Day 1990 IARU 16 2
World QRP Day 1992 IARU 23 2
World QRP Day 1993 IARU 27 5
World QRP Day 1994 IARU 33 5
World QRP Day 1995 IARU 39 3
World QRP Day 1996 IARU 45 3
WRC-2003 Venue Moved News 81 3
WWSA CW Contest Updated Rules News 65 4
Yeovil QRP CW Funrun Yeovil ARC 50 6
AIR FORCE A/C Ident. Sw'bx, More on the V. Reynolds 33 36
Aircraft Ident. Switchbox Tony Smith 30 18
Aircraft Ident. Switchbox (ltr) G. Farrance 31 47
Burton and Spark (ltr) Ray Redwood 22 45
Comet key (ltr) R. Wilson 21 41
Complex Communications for a Mass Flight Don DeNeuf 55 33
Creed Trainer Key Tony Smith 33 40
CW on the Comet-2 J. Densem 34 11
Eavesdroppers, The (Bk Review) T. Jones 29 34
Forbidden bugs Stan Williams 16 27
Gone for a Burton (ltr) J. Pemberton 21 39
Ham's Signals Save Crew and Plane Helmut Seike 55 44
In Yugoslavia with the B2-1 Len Key 12 31
In Yugoslavia with the B2-2 Len Key 13 18
It Lives! (Advert for RAF Instructional Officer to Teach Morse Min. of Defence 45 6
Landlines in the RAF R.K. Taylor 17 40
Middle East memories C.C. Halliday 2 27
Morse Still Used in the Royal Air Force Sqdn. Ldr. M.J. Brackpool 47 2
Mr Marseille - 1 C. Lunsford 45 8
Mr Marseille - 2 C. Lunsford 46 26
RAF 10F/8782 Key (ltr) D.A. Coe 33 45
RAF Operators (ltr) G. Armstrong 37 47
RAF Operators (ltr) J. Worthington 38 46
RAF Operators (ltr) B. Eldridge 39 43
RAF Operators (ltr) Douglas Byrne 41 41
RAF Signals NGZ and NAP Letters 77 46
RAF Signals NGZ and NAP Letters 78 44
RAF Type D Key Survey Tony Smith 34 9
Return to Hendon RAFARS 1 9
Round Trip with a Key, A S. Garner 33 22
Some Wartime Uses of W/T James Farrior 72 28
Sorry Grace! (ltr) J. Barker 40 41
T1154/R1155-1 Various 13 1
T1154/R1155-2 Various 14 28
V for Victory (ltr) D. Johnson 31 47
W/Ops or Signallers? (ltr) D. Byrne 35 43
W/Ops or Signallers? (ltr) R. Prosser 36 43
Which Burton? Guardian 18 13
Wireless During a Flight RFC 1916 27 22
Zogging (ltr) R.A. Parrott 26 39
AMATEUR RADIO 100th Anniversary of Radio in America News 66 6
5 wpm Test for ZL Radio Amateurs News 78 6
902Mhz CW Record CQ Magazine 31 4
A few comments Don deNeuf 14 22
A few statistics S. Muster 4 9
Abbrevs & Procs (ltrs) Various 25 38
Abbrevs & Procs (ltrs) Various 26 42
Abbrevs & Procs (ltrs) Various 27 46
Abbrevs & Procs (ltrs) Various 29 39
Abbrevs & Procs (ltrs) Various 31 43
ABC/SARC Marconi Centenary Celebration News 79 8
Amat Radio Licences in Iceland R.H. Stefansson 32 4
Amateur Morse Test Review Delayed Until 2001 ITU 55 3
Amateur Radio in the Year 2005 J. Griffin 30 27
Amateurs on 500kHz? (ltr) J. Davies 27 42
Annoying Obstacle (ltr) B. Eldridge 27 45
Argentine Amateurs, New CW Requirements Alberto Silva 57 3
Ark of Peace/MM ROARS 18 4
Arolish R. Gould-King 53 12
ARRL Sets up Policy Review Committee ARRL 45 2
ARRL Supports Code W5YI Report 27 3
Audio Filters Wm.G. Pierpont 46 36
Award, 3A-CW C. Passet 21 4
Award, BINGO! RSGB 22 5
Award, CQ WAZ - CW CQ magazine 21 4
Award, UCW Morse V. Stepanenko 21 5
Award, UCWC V. Stepanenko 21 5
Bandplan Changes IARU Rgn 1 31 3
Bitte QRX, Krieg! M. Ockenden 14 15
Bug User Group (ltr) J.H. Nohns 23 46
City of Lons-Le-Saunier Telegraphy Award News 70 3
Clayesmore Morse Festival Announcement 26 2
Clayesmore Morse Festival G. Arnold 27 9
CMOS Super Keyer II G.Bold/J.Rehak 25 18
Computers and Morse Gary Bold 31 32
Concern re US Code Exemptions W5YI Report 29 4
Consultation UK Future of Amature Radio Licen. News 72 2
Controversy over code exams for handicapped US amateurs W5YI REPORT 20 7
CQ XU2UU Ray Hunting 6 53
CQWW SSB Contest UFT Says 'Enough is Eno..' News 73 3
CW Bands Letters 65 44
CW Beacon, WA6APQ James H. Smith 52 9
CW Ends at Rogaland Radio News 73 2
CW Etiquette (ltr) J. Worthington 25 44
CW Etiquette (ltr) M. Pouw-Arnold 25 44
CW Etiquette (ltr) G. Longden 25 45
CW in Monaco 3A-CW-Group 34 5
CW in Russia (ltr) A. Troubachov 23 45
CW Increasing! RSGB 26 3
CW News Bulletins AGCW-DL & RSGB 21 6
CW News Bulletins Permanent RSGB 16 2
CW Tones (ltr) Mike Whitaker 42 47
CW/Mobile (ltrs) Various 27 42
CW/Mobile Safety (ltr) N. Little 26 47
CW-Virus M. Pouw-Arnold 56 34
Danish Liberation Celebrations T. Dahl 33 3
Danish Morse Test to be 5 wpm Jens H. Nohns 46 3
DARC to Propose New Amateur Bandplan News 65 2
DARC's Opposition to Morse Hardens News 67 2
Down-Under LF DX Firsts ARRL Letter 54 3
Duxford RS re-inaugurated Duxford RS 23 4
DX Pile-ups, another approach J. Hanson 21 8
Dyslexia Rules John Pears 10 40
EA QRP CW Contest 2000 News 68 7
Elmering New CW Operators Larry Kayser 55 32
EUCW activity Summary 18 22
EUCW continues to Grow EUCW 32 2
EUCW Franternising CW QSO Party 2000 News 72 6
EUCW Fraternising CW QSO Party 1999 News 66 2
EUCW News EUCW 8 21
EUCW News EUCW 17 2
EUCW still growing EUCW 21 4
EUCW, first Award EUCW 22 2
EUCW, more members EUCW 22 3
EUCW, UCWC new member EUCW 20 5
EUCW. Worked EUCW Award EUCW 30 3
EUCW. Worked EUCW Award EUCW 36 3
EUCW. Worked EUCW Award EUCW 48 7
EUCW. Worked EUCW Award EUCW 54 5
Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Morse Code F. Maia 29 18
Excuses! U.D. Ernst 4 11
Exit Heathkit W5YI REPORT 20 6
Fake Distress Calls W5YI Report 29 2
FASC (Future of the Amateur Service Committee IARU 44 2
First CW QSO Letters 69 40
First CW QSOs Leroy V. Carruth 71 46
First CW QSOs Gary Spence 72 10
Fly-in Hamfest News 71 7
Foundation CW Award News 87 6
French Callsigns Changed B. Real 29 7
From Sprog to Morse examiner Mike Davidson 20 21
Future of Amateur & Commercial Radiotelegraphy F. Maia 38 8
GACW Cyber DX Membership News 80 7
GAM1 on CW G. Williams 27 9
Geo-Physical Broadcasts in CW G. Williams 46 3
Give those UAs a bit of their own back Gus Taylor 6 14
Gleanings from France Radio-REF 28 3
Grimeton Radio/SAQ News 82 4
Halcyon days, AR in VK4 Book review 9 10
Ham Band Intruders in RSA SARL 53 5
Ham radio in 2036, A prophecy Ron Glassop 5 5
Ham's Signals Save Crew and Plane Helmut Seike 55 44
HAREC for UK Radcom Agency 47 5
HF Band Plan, Rgn 1 Changes IARU 49 2
HF Band Planning, Future IARU 26 2
Higher G-CW power confirmed DTI 20 5
Higher speed exams in Australia Amat. Radio 21 4
Historic key of 1AW A.W.A. 13 40
How do you Laugh on the Radio? Steve McCallum 56 20
How I became a Morse Teacher R. Whittaker 28 28
Hungarian group to join EUCW EUCW Newsletter 19 43
I.R.A. Morse Transmissions R.H. Stefansson 33 5
IARU Rgn 1 Conf. Morse Vote IARU 30 4
Icelandic Novices R.H Stefansson 25 7
Ignition Coil Spark TX (ltr) J. Packer 30 47
In praise of simplicity "Rich", PY3DK 17 20
India Hamvention - 94 J. Walder-Davis 32 4
Interference Silences South African CW Beacon SARL News 56 5
International Phamacists Ham Group News 83 3
International Phamacists Ham Group News 84 3
Intruders on 7 MHz - French Concern UFT/EUCW 54 4
Intrusion in Amateur CW Bands During Contest News 68 3
Invisible chess player, The Don deNeuf 9 17
I-QRP Club formed I-QRP Club 38 3
Is Morse Passing? W/World 1934 55 10
It's always the keyer Ted Teeuwisse 17 25
Jarvis Street gang, The Derek Nicholls 7 9
Joe Kelly Memorial Award Dundee ARC 37 3
Krenkel, E.T., 90th Anniv Radio Magazine 39 16
Language of Morse, The Angie Sitton 9 14
Laser records on CW CQ magazine 21 2
Letters to the Morseman Gary Bold 29 30
Listening for RAEM Ray Hunting 8 16
Love and kisses A. Zielhorst 2 35
Low power Dxing C. Austin 21 32
M0RSE QSL cards delayed RSGB 22 3
Massillon factor, The Alan Plotnick 8 32
Meet Dr. DX! Steve Muster 6 19
MEGS Proficiency Award MEGS 37 2
MEGS, GM0RSE Allocated MEGS 25 5
Microwave records on CW W5YI Report 21 2
More power for G-CW RSGB 18 9
Morse bicentenary award Bromsgrove DARC 20 47
Morse Code. New Places for an Old Art? A. Prather 30 37
Morse Memorial Day in Holland M. Pouw-Arnold 46 4
Morse QSLs - SeriesVariousVarious Various 24 43
Morse testing/training in UK Ron Wilson 8 22
Morse Tests in NZ Break-In 25 4
Morse Tests on Demand RSGB 41 2
Morse Use 54 percent ARRL 41 2
My days as an Amateur Morse Examiner B. Faulkner 23 38
My First CW QSO Cathy Stanfill 70 33
New 2m Record for CW Meteor Scatter News 66 7
New Australian CW trophy WIA 17 8
New Chief Morse Examiner RSGB 18 10
New Morse Test Standard (USA) W5YI Report 29 5
New Products Sanelli Tech 26 3
New UK Licence Classes Letters 79 44
New UK Novice Morse test R. Clayton 21 28
News and Comment from France UFT/La Pioche 46 34
No problems in VE yet W5YI REPORT 18 6
Novice exam contract to C&G DTI 18 9
Novice Morse test announced DTI 20 2
NZ Novice test speed option Gary Bold 17 8
Oldham calling! D. Nicholls 2 37
Operating the B2 on the Amateur Bands John Pears 42 12
ORACLE F. Maia 38 12
PA-CW-Test M. Pouw-Arnold 29 10
Paddle & Keyer - Notes on Current Amateur CW Techniques Bob Locher 56 40
Pay Up Or Else! (Lic. procs) DTI 30 3
Points for Beginners Geo Longden 27 32
Pse QRS Geo Longden 17 21
Q & Z codes Gerald Stancey 17 13
QNC! launched Scott Laughlin 20 4
QRPers Honoured QRP ARCI 48 6
QRPers Troubled by DK0WCY G.J. Bennett 47 3
QSK E. Kaleveld 3 18
QTI Tape Magazine H. Longley 29 7
QUS? R. Hellemons 31 38
RAEM is my call-sign Book review 6 22
Rare DX Stations to Listen For News 67 2
RAYNET CW procedures RadCom 20 6
Recollections of the B2 Mike Pavely 11 38
RNARS QRQ transmissions RNARS 23 3
Robot Morse Beacon, New Italian IARU Rgn 1 News 55 17
RSGB Morse Test 14th Anniversary Weekend News 68 7
RSGB Seeks Members Views on Sub-bands News 67 4
RSGB Survey on Quals and Licensing Stucture for UK RSGB 44 3
Running Down the Battery Gary Bold 50 52
Sad Times - Good Memories Letters 65 41
SARL News Bulletin Now Again in Morse Code SARL 55 5
Secret of Learning Morse code Book review 7 32
SFBM code proficiency award ARRL 18 3
Sinister Symbols from the Past
(Wouff Hong & Rettysnitch)
Gary Bold 41 28
Slow Morse Transmissions GB2CW RSGB 16 41
So You Want To Be a Morse Test Examiner? - 1 R. Clayton 34 14
So You Want to be a Morse Test Examiner? - 2 R. Clayton 35 36
Some Day I'll Know S. Martin 30 42
South African Novice Licence B. Brokensha 18 5
Spark, Arc & Regenerative Receivers Remem. Robert L. Shrader 73 26
Spectrum Analyser Software Dr G. Bold 86 22
Sweden Reduces Morse Speed News 65 6
Switzerland to Abolish Morse Test News 65 5
Telegraphy in Action James S.Farrior 54 26
Test Exemptions Questioned FCC 27 8
TF, A word with R. Stefansson 11 17
The CFO Lives! Gary Bold 41 28
The Counterpoise Dr G. Bold 86 17
The First CW QSO Gary Bold 54 40
The FT-100 on CW..and More Dr Gary Bold 71 29
The Joy of Morse David Sumner 58 30
The Morseman of Godzone Gary Bold 41 26
Things were a lot quieter in those days Gus Taylor 15 38
Threat to USA QRP frequency ARCI/W5YI 16 3
Trophy, KW RadCom 21 4
Troublesome Callsigns Letters 68 43
Two QSOs Gary Bold 56 16
UCWC Award UCWC 24 7
UFT AGM La Pioche 36 5
UFT, News from La Pioche 40 34
UK Amateurs Lose Part of 10GHz RA 49 3
UK Callbook on Disk J. Bailey 34 9
UK Morse Test - Changes RA-DTI 25 3
UK Morse Test Anniversary Roy Clayton 45 24
UK Morse Test Fees Increased RSGB 40 3
UK Morse Test Fees Increased RSGB 48 3
UK Novice Frequencies - More RA-DTI 27 4
UK Novice Licence announced DTI 16 2
UK Spectrum Strategy Published RA 53 3
US Morse Test, More Stringent Test to be Proposed ARRL Letter 50 7
US Morse Tests, The Gary Bold 32 30
VK Morse Beacon NE Radio Club 35 6
VK YL CW trophy WIA 18 6
VK6RCW Morse Beacon WIA W.Austraila 38 3
W1AW code schedule ARRL 18 2
W6RO Prospers Kathy Stanfill 84 3
Walvis Bay Radio V5W Closes News 74 3
Well Done Keith! (Novice Awd) G-QRP-C 26 4
What became of Ey En Toc barred? Eric McFarland 18 14
What became of India November Tango barred Ron Wilson 20 12
What of the future? Roy Clayton 19 46
When Hams First Talked across the Herring Pond W.C. Borrett 2 3
Who Remembers RAEM and UPOL Tony Smith 79 12
Who Said This is the End of Morse code (ltr) George Allan 52 45
Why HI? T. Mansfield 28 24
World's First YL Radio Amateur? Letters 65 44
WRC-03: DARC Poll in Favour of Morse News 81 2
ZRO Test AMSAT 33 3
ARMY A Hero at the Telegraph - Indian Mutiny David Prout 89 19
A letter from Churchill Ray Hunting 5 13
A Remarkable QSO Jo Doering 42 22
Armed Forces Day at Fort Verde, Arizona News 81 5
Army radio-telegrapher Bill Pierpont 17 14
Arny Signallers Letters 80 46
British Army Morse Training to be Reduced Mercury 48 3
Civil War telegraphy Don K. deNeuf 18 21
Codeword "Cromwell" Ray Hunting 11 36
CQ XU2UU Ray Hunting 6 53
Dad's Army Morse Tony Smith 62 17
D-Day Memories (ltr) H. Brooklyn 34 47
Dits and Dahs Maj. Bob Smith 14 20
Early Military Airborne Telegraphy E.F. Jones 28 26
Earth current telegraphy Louis Meulstee 9 1
Fiendish instrument, A (ltr) J.Simpson 21 41
Fingerstar Keying Ring Elect Times 37 3
Fullerphone Mk IV Manual on the Web News 69 6
Fullerphone, The Louis Meulstee 5 29
GRA-71 High Speed Sender (ltr) I.G. Mant 36 46
Heliograph, The Louis Meulstee 12 1
I like the sound of Morse D.A. Whitbread 17 16
Indo-China Memories F. Marinesco 26 18
Indo-China Memories, More F. Marinesco 42 38
Key & Plug Assy No.19 (ltr) Tony Bell 57 45
Key Telegraph, Lightweight, (Aust.) No.1 (ltr) Tony Bell 57 47
Key to identification, The Ray Hunting 15 24
Major Fuller & the Fullerphone Tony Smith 60 26
Military Miscellany (ltr) S. Barr 31 43
Military Morse Training USA W.G. Pierpont 39 10
Morse From Ballons 1862 Letters 69 41
Morse on the Don 5 (ltr) J. Jeffrey 33 44
Morse on the Don 5 (ltr) F. Wilson 34 46
Morse Telephones John Packer 61 14
Most Important (LRDG) (ltr) C. Richards 29 44
On a wing and a prayer Maj. Bob Smith 22 34
Picture of Army Signallers Bill Jones 80 46
Radio & Rly Morse in Canada M. Lynn 24 30
Royal Sigs. Training Moving T. Timme 35 3
SAS Communications (ltr) T. S-J. Coleman 32 46
Secure Military Morse in RSA (ltr) Roger King 51 44
Sent by helio George Stead 5 38
Sierra Leone had to Rely on Morse News 70 9
Solar powered telegraphy, USA Don deNeuf 4 14
Sutel 40, The Louis Meulstee 15 1
Telegraph, 19th Century British Army John Goldfinch 88 37
Telephone D Type Training Pattern Chris Bisaillion 82 30
The Don 5 Morse Telephone (ltrs) Ian G. Mant 62 40
The First Time I Saw Paris P. Hawker 33 8
Up, Up and Away! (1872) US Sig. Service 31 29
Vibrating Telegraphs Dennis Goacher 49 13
Vintage Military Manuals I. Mant 36 3
W/Ops or Signallers? (ltr) R. Prosser 36 43
ASSOCIATED PRESS CQ Amateur Radio Hall of Fame Honours S.F.B Morse News 77 5
Extracts from The Wireless World, February 1915 Jack Barker 78 35
QRT 500 kc/s Video News 82 2
AVIATION Aeroflot still using CW T. St J-Coleman 18 12
Aviation Morse Letters 65 41
Avro Lancaster - Last Message 'STENDEC' Letters 73 44
Dah-Dit-Dit Herb Beardshaw 67 20
DENNE - Graf Zeppelin Calling Don deNeuf 56 15
End of the Bermuda Queen John Hann 49 42
Flight Radio Officer-1 Maurice Sandys 6 43
Flight Radio Officer-2 Maurice Sandys 7 25
Locating Zeppelins Letters 65 40
More on Aeroflot L.J. Derenette 25 36
Morse Code Indispensable to Aviation Mark Boyer 64 41
Morse In Modern Aviation Mario Gasparovic 63 38
Nowt so queer as folk-1 Leonard Moss 12 46
Nowt so queer as folk-2 Leonard Moss 13 46
RAF Type F (Bathtub) Key 10A/7741 Letters 71 42
The Art of 'Zogging' Letters 65 44
The Art of 'Zogging' Letters 66 40
VF to the rescue R. Stefansson 14 40
VF to the rescue/Postscript R. Stefansson 17 7
BEGINNERS CORNER Breeding Better Brasspounders Gary Bold 37 32
Changing to a Keyer Gary Bold 42 30
First CW QSO, The Gary Bold 54 40
In Praise of the Hand Key Gary Bold 55 39
Making Sure You're Understood Wm. G. Pierpont 44 28
Missing Out W.G. Pierpont 7 36
Morse Rhythm T. Mansfield 29 38
Morseman of Godzone, The Gary Bold 41 26
New Morse Software Gary Bold 38 27
Points for Beginners G. Longden 27 32
Which Paddle, Which Keyer? Gerald Stancey 58 18
Why HI? T. Mansfield 28 24
Why, and What, is '12 wpm'? Gary Bold 43 12
BIOGRAPHICAL "Wattie" (H.E. Watterson) John I. Brown 16 39
(Karl) Ferdinand Braun - An Early Telegraph Pioneer Part 1 Thomas Roth 77 10
(Karl) Ferdinand Braun - An Early Telegraph Pioneer Part 2 Thomas Roth 78 9
deNeuf, Don, WA1SPM MM 7 34
Edison, Tom, Telegrapher Tony Smith 1 24
Krenkel, Ernst, RAEM Book review 6 22
McElroy, World's Champion Radio Telegrapher Book Review 44 42
Meet MM's New Editor/Publisher Zyg Nilski 58 2
Moreau, Louise R., W3WRE, MM 2 1
Morse the Artist Enc. Brit. 1883 19 9
Morse, Samuel F.B., III, W6FZZ S.F.B.M. III 4 34
Morse's last message Tony Smith 19 29
Picture of Ferdinand Braun aged 36 Thomas Roth 77 10
Turner, Harry, W9YZE, World Hand Speed Champion Tony Smith 12 24
BOOKS ETC. "Q41" and Beyond - The Story ofa Wren Telegraphist Geoff Arnold 49 32
Airship over the Pole (R. Amundsen & L. Ellsworth) Tony Smith 32 20
American Telegrapher, The Jim Haynes 40 26
AP - The Story of News Tony Smith 68 34
Art & Skill of Radio-Telegraphy Now a Book News 78 4
Art & Skill of Radio-Telegraphy Third Edition News 69 8
Book Review - History of Telegraphy by Ken Beauchamp Fons Vanden Berghen 78 28
Bunnell's last catalog Tony Smith 23 22
Canadian Railway Telegraph History, by Robert Burnet Tony Smith 50 22
Code Book, The Tony Smith 45 22
Deep Sea Sparks (by Olive J. Carroll) Geoff Arnold 37 22
Early Radio (by P.R. Jensen) Geoff Arnold 38 34
Exhibition Book Now in English News 66 8
From Rattle to Radio (Police) Tony Smith 12 44
Gentlemen on Imperial Service Tony Smith 45 18
Halcyon Days, AR in VK4 Tony Smith 9 10
Ham Stories Tony Smith 45 22
Intro to key collecting Colin Waters 17 44
Mac-Key Blue Book Tony Smith 24 19
McElroy Chart of Codes and Signals Geoff Arnold 38 33
McElroy, World's Champion RadioTelegrapher: Gary Bold 44 42
Modern Morse Code in Rehabilitation&Education Geoffrey Walsh 70 22
Morse code for R/Amateurs, The Tony Smith 25 26
Morse code, the Essential Language Tony Smith 21 7
Morse Key Tensioners, by DennisGoacher Tony Smith 47 20
New Book - "Faszination Morsetasten" MM 78 8
New Book on Clinical Uses of Morse Code News 64 4
New Book on Trans-Australian Telegraph News 68 5
QTC, a seagoing officer's scrapbook Geoff Arnold 17 46
RAEM is my Call-sign (Krenkel) Tony Smith 6 22
Railroad Telegrapher's Handbook Tony Smith 22 16
Railroad Telegraphy and the Railroad, by RobertBetts Tony Smith 48 20
Secret of Learning Morse Code Tony Smith 7 32
Story of the Key (Best of MM-1) Geoff Arnold 38 32
TASRT Now in Giant Print News 81 2
Telegraph Collectors Reference CD-2000 News 70 11
The Code Book: Morse Code Instruction Manual Tony Smith 34 38
The Eavesdroppers (RAAF Sigint) Ted Jones 29 34
The Telegraph, A History of Morse's Invention Tony Smith 31 20
The Thin Red Lines - Cable & Wireless at War Tony Smith 24 26
The Victorian Internet by Tom Standage Ian Brown 63 41
TV Film on the History of the Telegraph News 70 4
Two New Morse Books News 65 7
Vibroplex Co, 1890-1990 Colin Waters 20 35
Vibroplex Collector's Guide Colin Waters 17 42
Watchers of the Waves, by BrianFaulkner Geoff Arnold 47 22
Wires, Wheels & Wings: reviewedby Geoff Arnold 42 36
Wirespeak, Codes & Jargons of the News Business Tony Smith 56 44
Wren's Eye View, by Stephanie Batstone Tony Smith 48 21
CABLE & WIRELESS GBR Rugby Radio Closes News 85 5
Thin Red Lines, The (bk review) Cable & W'less 24 26
CARTOONS "Did that mate jump" John Worthington 73 29
"He believed me" John Worthington 73 31
"I'll use CW next time" A. Troubachov 25 48
"Threw out a sooty whiff" John Worthington 73 30
Wrote Down What They Could.. John Worthington 76 33
CIRCUITS Receiving SAQ with No Active Devices Jim Moritz 81 18
"Scrap-Box" Keyer Paddle Drew Diamond 79 36
An early loudspeaker. Kent 1890 Geoffrey Walsh 83 33
Another CW Filter Dr G. Bold 89 10
Blocking oscillator Dr Gary Bold 84 17
Circuit for nearly-sinusoidal waveform Dr Gary Bold 84 19
CMOS Super Keyer II Idiom Press 25 19
Curtis keyer chip Gary Bold 11 12
CW Filter, Low Cost E. Wetherhold 35 11
CW-monitor Lex. PA0DW 1 11
Electronic Feather Touch Key Data Eng. Inc. 26 22
Eliminating Contact Bounce on Semi-automatic Keys C. Fletcher 43 22
Hanging matter, A (German spy set) Tony Smith 4 23
Just an idea (d.c. reception) Lex, PA0DW 4 30
'Morse Box' tone converter MTC 28 36
Morse Filter/Digital Decoder G. Bold 39 26
Negative polarity keyers Dr Gary Bold 76 15
OZ7BO keyer Dennis Lisney 8 13
Pre-selector, A simple Frans Klinker 9 18
QRP-Tx Ton, PA3AUK 6 32
QSK Louis, PA0LCE 2 25
Schematic of Magnetic Detector Dr Gary Bold 78 32
Schematic of MF8 filter Dr Gary Bold 78 34
Simple complementary-symmetry oscillator Dr Gary Bold 84 17
Spacematic 21B Keyer Data Eng. Inc. 25 8
The K1EL Chips Dr G. Bold 89 9
The OZ7BO Keyer Dr Gary Bold 77 15
W9TO keyer circuit Dr Gary Bold 76 13
CLANDESTINE/SPECIAL OPERATIONS "Olga" suitcase set NRHF, Norway 10 28
A few measurements John Roscoe 5 45
A hanging matter, A (German spy set) Tony Smith 4 23
Bugs and sideswipers on the clandestine links Pat Hawker 14 25
Clandestine Field Day 1987 Norway 7 2
Clandestine Radio, Part 1 P. Hawker 22 6
Clandestine Radio, Part 2 P. Hawker 23 6
Clandestine Station in Labrador John Hann 54 35
Eavesdroppers, The (Bk review) T. Jones 29 34
Enigma at Dayton Hamfest 2002 - Letter Robert Loup 82 39
German Direction Finding Pierre Lorain 47 30
Illegal Callsign N. Schiffhauer 27 20
In Yugoslavia with the B2-1 Len Key 12 31
In Yugoslavia with the B2-2 Len Key 13 18
Japanese operators' difficulties, The Reprint, 1924 15 42
Katakana Speed (ltr) D. Leak 30 47
Key information - 1 (B2 etc) John I. Brown 6 42
Key to identification, The Ray Hunting 15 24
Most Important (Long Range Desert Group) C. Richards 29 44
Mystery Solved T.R. Hurst 43 45
S.O.E. radio sets John I. Brown 7 33
SAS Communications (ltr) T. S-J. Coleman 32 46
Story of a Very Special Telegraph Key, The Holstebro Mus. 44 22
Such Were the Sets They Used in the Field (AP5) Pierre Lorain 42 16
The First 'Hand Key' Tony Smith 19 16
The First Time I Saw Paris P. Hawker 33 8
The Secret Wireless War Tony Smith 87 8
Theory and Practice are a World Apart Pierre Lorain 47 42
We Had to Keep Mum Alice Mitchell 4 1
YTG Story, The Don DeNeuf 42 15
CLUBS & ORGANISATIONS AGCW-DL CW News Bulletins News 68 6
AGCW-DL Telegraphy Activity Group Germany MM 69 43
AGCW-DL, Profile AGCW-DL 20 18
Awards from AGCW-DL News 62 7
BTC, Belgium, Profile BTC 25 16
Bug User Group - BUG Letters 78 45
Croation 9A - QRP Club News 82 3
Croation Telegraphy Club News 82 2
CW in Monaco 3A-CW-Group 34 5
Cyfeillion Marconi Commemorates Carnovan News 65 5
Deutscher Telegrapie Club - A New German CW Club Martin Hengemuehle 63 42
Duxford Radio Society Duxford RS 15 29
Duxford, News from Duxford RS 25 7
EA-QRP Club to join EUCW EUCW 38 2
ENIGMA (Numbers stations) ENIGMA 34 6
EUCW activity Summary 18 22
EUCW continues to Grow EUCW 32 2
EUCW News EUCW 8 21
EUCW News EUCW 17 2
EUCW still growing EUCW 21 4
EUCW, first Award EUCW 22 2
EUCW, more members EUCW 22 3
EUCW, UCWC new member EUCW 20 5
EUCW. Worked EUCW Award EUCW 30 3
First Class CW Operators' Club MM 7 4
FISTS Activity Ladder News 77 3
FISTS CW Club MM 71 40
FISTS CW Club, Profile FISTS 21 26
GACW Promotes Morse in Spanish News 68 4
G-QRP Club, Profile G-QRP Club 23 12
Greek Telegraphy Club Formed GTC 61 7
HCC, Spain, Profile HCC 26 36
Help Wanted SCARD Europe News 75 5
Helvetia Telegraphy Club EUCW Bulletin 51 6
High Speed Telegraphy Club News 84 5
HSC, VHSC, SHSC, EHSC. MM 1 7
HTC - Helvetia Telegraphy Club - HB9HC Robert Zanini 74 42
I-QRP Club formed I-QRP Club 38 3
MEGS - Encouragement (ltr) S. Spence 28 47
MEGS formed GM4HYF/GM3YCG 20 3
MEGS S.F.B. Morse Birthday Celebration 1998 MEGS 56 4
MEGS training activities MEGS 45 3
MEGS, Scotland, Profile MEGS 27 38
Morsecoders of WA Formed Larry Rice 49 5
Morsecodians Newsletter Allan Moore 43 2
MTC, Changes At, and Tributes to Retiring President Dunbar Dots & Dashes 48 3
MTC, USA, Profile MTC 28 35
New President of IARU News 63 2
OE-CW-G Applies for EUCW Membership EUCW Bulletin 58 5
OE-CW-G The First Ausrrian Telegraphy Interest Group Dr. Georg Csao 62 45
OH-Teleg Club New Sked Times OHTC 45 2
OH-Telegraphy Club Formed OHTC 39 4
Polish Telegraphy Club SP-CW-C 44 5
QRP ARCI, USA, Profile QRP ARCI 37 40
QSQ Wireless Telegraph Society Formed R. Gould-King 53 9
Radio Officers Association AGM & Exhibition News 63 3
SCAG Newsletter, New Editor Jens H. Nohns 53 8
Scandinavian CW Activity Group MM 4 40
Spanish Ham Radio Union 50th Anniversary News 65 4
The JARL A1 Club MM 65 45
The Scandinavian CW Activity Group (SCAG) MM 72 42
Titanic Wireless Commemorative Group Event News 76 4
TOPS (ltr) Bob Eldridge 41 39
TOPS (ltrs) Various 40 43
TOPS (ltrs) Various 42 46
TOPS activities Chris Hammett 18 9
TOPS, What Happened to? Tony Smith 39 12
UFT AGM 1994 La Pioche 36 5
UFT AGM 1995 UFT 42 3
UFT, France, Profile UFT 22 12
UFT, News from La Pioche 40 34
UFT, News from La Pioche 50 4
U-QRQ-C EUCW 18 4
VHSC, Profile VHSC 19 45
Young Ops International Club YOPS, Russia 25 17
COHERENT CW Coherent CW Program Available Peter Lumb 51 6
GACW 25th Anniversary News 80 4
Help For New CW Operators News 77 5
Revised AGCW Award 2000 News 81 6
SSB Contest Swamps CW Again News 78 6
Survey on CW News 84 2
The Future of CW News 84 6
Two Meter CW Group News 79 7
Women Operators Letters 84 45
COMMERCIAL LICENSING W5YI Group now a COLEM FCC 29 4
COMPETITION Christmas Competition (ltr) D.A. Coe 28 43
Christmas Competition 1992 MM 25 23
Christmas Competition Results MM 27 17
MM Key Competition Letters 66 42
COMPUTERS & INTERNET "The Mill" Now Available as Freeware Jim Farrior 58 6
"The Mill" Now Available as Freeware Jim Farrior 58 6
3rd Revised Edition of The Art & Slill of Radio-T News 76 4
Code Weaver Software News 85 7
Coherent CW Peter Lumb 52 26
Computer Error Message in Morse! Stan Barr 61 46
Computers and Morse Gary Bold 31 32
Control Your Computer With Morse Code News 74 3
CW Fonts for Word News 83 3
Developing a Morse Input Standard Jim Lynds 67 9
Do You Visit the MM Web Page News 63 7
E-Mail in Morse Code News 84 8
E-Morse by CW MIDI Rob Dey 59 8
G4ZFE CW 'Pile Up' Trainer G4ZFE 55 6
GACW Introduces eQSL's & Awards News 75 4
Internet Site for Telegraphy News 73 3
Is the Internet the Enemy? Dr Gary Bold 68 9
Launch of the Online Marconi Museum MM 75 8
Learning to Use the Internat Letters 84 45
MixW's operating screen, decoded 30 wpm CQ Dr Gary Bold 83 19
MM Home Page MM 47 7
MM Home Page Move MM 49 5
MM Home Page Move MM 49 5
MM Now on World Wide Web News 46 9
More Morse with Computers Dr Gary Bold 67 15
Morse 2000 Conference Univ/Wisconsin 34 7
Morse by Internet Tony Smith 76 21
Morse Code. New Places for an Old Art? Anne Prather 30 37
Morse for E-mail and Web Information Letters 68 44
Morse Programs Avail to All Gary Bold 26 4
Morse Programs, Free Gary Bold 25 6
Morse Sites of Interest Various 56 6
New Morse Software G. Bold 38 27
New Web Pages Letters 67 46
Other Applics for Morse (ltr) B. Eldridge 29 40
Other Applics for Morse (ltr) R. Stefansson 31 48
Telegraph Collector's CD Works on Apple Mac. News 72 3
Telegraph WEB Pages News 45 3
Telegraph WEB Pages News 46 9
'The Mill' - Further Mods Jim Farrior 61 8
The Mill' Available as Shareware Jim Farrior 51 7
The Mill' Free to Morse Instructors Jim Farrior 52 9
The Mill'. American Morse Learning Program Jim Farrior 41 15
The Once & Future Web: World Woven by the News 75 2
UK Callbook on Disk J. Bailey 34 9
Use Morse on the Internet Letters 69 41
Vote for MM News 76 3
Web Site on Franklin L. Pope News 75 5
Websites of Interest MM 48 10
Websites of Interest MM 48 10
Write to Tony by E-mail News 46 9
EARLY WIRELESS A.C. Gilbert 'Wireless Telegraph Set, 1919 Wm G. Pierpont 51 36
Airborne tx plate (ltr) N. Burton 21 43
Alexanderson Alternator, The F. Roddy 28 40
Arc signals Q & A 1924 21 35
Arc transmitter, The Chas Claydon 7 21
Coherer Puzzle (ltr) R. Wilson 26 46
Coherer Puzzle Answered? (ltr) B. Eldridge 28 47
CW Readout Printer for the 90s R.Q. Marris 31 40
Early Amateur Wireless Station in MM62 John Alcorn 64 43
Early German wireless (ltr) N. Burton 23 42
Early Military Airborne Telegraphy E.F. Jones 28 26
Early Radio (by P.R. Jensen) bk review G. Arnold 38 34
Early Wireless in the USA Ted Jones 63 12
Emily Johnson, telegrapher for GovernmentTelegraphServise 1897 MM 81 27
First Operational Use of Wireless Telegraphy Prof. Duncan Baker 64 35
First radio-telegraph transmission, The Rowland Pocock 14 1
Harold Sydney Bride 2nd Marconi Operator - Titanic Scott Anderson 63 44
In Marconi's Footsteps or "Sparks along the Way" J.E. Packer 64 27
Interior View of World's First Purpose Built Radio Station John Packer 64 IBC
Isle of Wight (ltr) J. St. Leger 24 48
Isle of Wight (Marconi) (ltr) D. Byrne 26 46
Locating Zeppelins Jim Richards 64 42
Lodge, Oliver, Honoured Univ of Oxford Museum 41 2
Making of 'How the Victorians Wired the World.' John E. Packer 72 36
Marconi and the Isle of Wight R.F. Pocock 23 26
Marconi Memorial, Penarth John Davis 56 C
Marconi Multiple Tuner (ltr) F. V. Berghen 50 56
Marconi Station at Whitley Bay W.P. Jones 86 11
Marconi-DXer or con-man? A.D. Taylor 4 44
Morse Link with the Empire Commemorated Ken Jones 52 20
Pioneer wireless (I.O.W.) Niton W.I. 9 27
Progress by Mr Marconi - 1909 The Times 32 16
SAQ Grimeton Radio - Link to America MM/Grimeton Web Pa. 67 6
Some Day I'll Know S. Martin 30 42
Sound of Spark, The (tape available) (ltr) J. Iza 36 48
Swedish Alexanderson Transmitter Live Again News 67 4
The Coherer Ted Jones 85 42
Tonic virtues Q & A 1924 17 38
When Spark was King 1924 58 15
Women and the Early Telegrapghs Tony Smith 81 26
World's First Regular Wireless Service News 72 7
You can't miss a Spark (ltr) N. Burton 21 44
EQUIPMENT REVIEWS CMOS Super Keyer II G.Bold/J.Rehak 25 18
G.W. Key Larry Robinson 10 44
Kent key Gerald Stancey 8 34
Kent paddle Gerald Stancey 10 26
N2DAN Mercury Paddle J. Bruce Prior 44 8
Paddlette Lynn Burlingame 52 36
Samson ETM8C keyer Tony Smith 12 36
Samson ETM-SQ Twin Paddle Tony Smith 38 6
Schurr Mini Paddle J. Bruce Prior 46 22
Slo-Bug Colin Waters 50 51
Three keys from Canterbury Tony Smith 21 17
HELIOGRAPH Ancient Heliographs Jim Riddle 77 19
Arizona Territory Heliograph R.L. Thomas 38 26
British Army pattern Mk V John Alcorn 84 26
California National Guard Heliograph 'Experiment' - 1896 Letters 81 46
Heliograph Nrs 1 - 3 48 C
Heliograph Nrs 4 - 6 49 C
Heliograph Construction Project John Alcorn 84 26
Heliograph Demonstartion News 86 4
Heliograph Demonstration held for IMAs at Fort Huachuca, Arizona Jim Riddle 79 21
Heliograph Trial a Success News 71 3
Heliograph, The Louis Meulstee 12 1
Heliographs Letters 72 43
Heliographs Alive & Well News 76 2
Heliography Web Site Updated News 84 3
Historic Arizona Heliograpgh Stations Endangered News 81 5
Possible reflective minerals used for signalling Jim Riddle 77 20
RAF Survival Heliograph Letters 76 44
Sent by helio George Stead 5 38
Solar powered telegraphy, USA Don deNeuf 4 14
Survival Heliograph Letters 75 44
HIGH SPEED TELEGRAPHY CW World Recordman (ltr) B. Rennison 39 48
Faster manual Morse-1 Kaye Weedon 10 20
Faster manual Morse-2 Kaye Weedon 11 41
GB2CW Speed Morse Practice GM4HYF 54 3
GB2CW Speed Practice, MM Materiai Used GM4HYF 46 9
German HST Championships 1991 EUCW Bulletin 20 2
German HST results 1992 HSC/DARC 25 2
High Speed CW (ltr) John Houlder 60 45
High Speed Hand Sending Bill Dunbar 11 18
High Speed Morse (ltr) R. Gould-King 52 45
HST Championships 1983 - record claims IARU Region 1 9 C
HST Championships 1989 IARU Region 1 12 12
HST Championships 1989 Results IARU Region 1 15 37
HST Championships 1991 IARU Region 1 19 42
HST Championships 1991 Results IARU Region 1 22 4
HST Championships 1991, Rules IARU Region 1 20 16
HST Championships 1995 IARU Region 1 38 2
HST Championships Budget Cut IARU Rgn 1 61 7
HST Working Group 1994 IARU Region 1 34 3
HST Working Group Report 1990 IARU Region 1 17 4
HST World Championships 1995, Results L szl Weisz 43 16
HST World Championships 1995, Rules IARU Region 1 39 28
HST World Championships 1997 - Report L szl Weisz 55 12
HST World Championships 1997 - Special Station BFRA 53 4
HST World Championships 1997, Dates News 50 4
HST World Championships 1997, Entries Grow L szl Weisz 52 10
HST World Championships 1997, Structure News 51 3
HST World Championships 1999 - Advance Notice IARU 58 5
HST World Championships 1999 - Rules IARU 59 5
HST World Championships-Update Tony Smith 40 22
Meet the Champion (Harry Turner) 12 24
RNARS QRQ transmissions RNARS 23 3
RUFZ Top-List - Version 3.0. Released DL4MM 54 3
RUFZ Top-List Competition Tony Smith 45 38
RUFZ Top-List Competition Tony Smith 46 7
RUFZ Top-list, Info Update M. Kolpe 47 7
Speed Contests W.G. Pierpont 40 17
World HST Championships 1999 Results News 64 6
ILLUSTRATIONS "Worked EUCW" Award EUCW 19 C
Absconded, 1886 Advert. 1886 8 C
American Key & Sounder Hdbk of Practical Teleg. 1878 38 BC
Avoiding Trees Telegraphy 1895 39 C
B.T.H. Headphones Advert 1925 26 BC
Bains Chemical Telegraph Porthcurno Mus. 31 BC
Bunnell Double-Speed Key El. Teleg 1911 55 BC
Bunnell Giant Sounder 1886 15 C
Cape Griz Nez Cable Instruments Porthcurno Mus. 30 BC
Combined key/sounder, 1882 Bunnell 13 C
Ducretet & Lejeune keys - 1894 D & L Catalogue 32 BC
Early Keys (Steiner & Boston) US 1899 & 1917 47 C
Early Morse Recording Instrument Lardner 1854 50 BC
Eastern Telegraph Company 1879 24 BC
Economic Electric Ltd, Keys & Buzzers (1922) E.E Catalogue 37 BC
Ericsson (British) Headphones Advert 1925 42 BC
First World War Surplus Items Catalogue 1924 46 C
Fry, Open-Circuit, Dry Battery, Telegraph Key El. Teleg 1911 57 BC
Hughes Type-printer 1895 33 BC
Improved "Victor" teleg. key Tillotson 1886 11 C
Key knob 1886 12 C
Keys and Codes Porthcurno Mus. 27 BC
Learn Telegraphy Advert 1910 46 BC
Lefley Key El. Teleg 1911 54 BC
London Telegraph Training College, Ltd Advert, 1913 49 BC
Manipulating key, type 365A Marconi 17 C
Marconi 556 S/R Magnetic Relay Hdbk of Instr for Telegraphists 36 BC
Marconi Centenary Award John Davies 53 BC
Marconi Memorial, Penarth John Davis 56 C
Marconi Radio Officer Advert 1961 34 BC
Mirror or reflecting galvanometer Porthcurno Mus. 28 BC
Morse inker circa 1870 Porthcurno Mus. 18 C
Morse learners' outfit, 1884 Bunnell 7 C
Morse-writer 1853 5 C
Optical Telegraphy 1924 Porthcurno Mus. 25 BC
PCH 90th Anniv Celebs Cert G4ETQ 44 BC
Pin-writer ? 3 C
Raymart W/T Equipment Advert 1942 45 BC
Relief-Morse before 1850 ? 1 C
RSGB Morse Test Service 10th Anniversary Award Cert John Davies 48 BC
Siemens' relay Culley, 1878 21 C
Single Needle Commutator 1911 Siemens Bros 58 BC
Single Needle Instrument 1911 Siemens Bros 58 BC
Spring-driven relief writer ? 6 C
Stick Perf & Punched Slip Porthcurno Mus. 29 BC
Syphon-recorder ? 4 C
Twentieth Century Key El. Teleg 1911 56 BC
Western Electric Key El. Teleg 1911 54 BC
INDEX Index for MM Issues 83 - 89 MM 89 22
Issues 1 to 16 MM 16 23
Issues 17 to 20 MM 21 46
Issues 21 to 24 MM 25 46
Issues 25 to 28 MM 29 46
Issues 29 to 34 MM 35 45
Issues 35 to 40 MM 41 45
Issues 41 to 46 MM 47 23
Issues 47 to 52 MM 53 23
Issues 53 to 58 MM 59 29
Issues 65 - 70 MM 65 23
Issues 65 - 70 MM 71 23
MM Index Issues 77 - 82 MM 83 23
INFO PLEASE 1880 Model British GPO Doulble current key. Lable GPO No.62 Fons Vanden Berghen 81 43
A Bug Jigger Ron McMullen 65 36
Air Ministry 10F/4067 - Buzzer Practise Board Jack Barker 69 35
Anyone recognise this unknown key? Henri Heraud 74 39
Australian Post Office key marked 5881/123/7 Wyn Davies 67 38
Brass key stamp ATM Co Ltd & Atlantic Collage Zyg Nilski 84 33
Brguet key - has smaller key on the base Fons Vanden B. 76 35
British Bug Key John Francis 87 37
British coast radio station key George Robbins 67 39
British Key made by A. Mason, Bellmont Burrey Greg Ulsamer 76 34
British Post Ofice key - probably pre-GPO Malcolm Brass 66 37
British style practice key. Markings MUSONIC TD/MK Dave Pennes 79 33
Clockwork devise - sends SOS three times. Only marking K640 Geoffrey Walsh 79 32
Dual Key with markings "SAUNDERS SIGNALLING KEY" Rob Wardenaar 77 37
Early British Bug Key - could it be the "ADGIL KEY?" John Francis 77 36
Edison Stock Ticker 1-C F. Vanden Berghen 87 37
Folding Key George Eddowes 86 36
Ford Stock Ticker 10-B F. Vanden Berghen 86 37
French 'Dyna' key, probably mid 1920s Wyn Davies 66 37
German key - Leipzig Jean Le Galudec 66 36
GPO Look-a-like Jack Barker 86 36
Illusive W.T. No. 1? Longer to W.T. 8AMP No. 1. Jack Barker 74 39
Indian telegraph key. "Manufactured by Rana Dutta & Co.." John Francis 81 43
Info Plaese MM78 Signalling Lamp Letters 79 45
Info Please MM No77 p37 Saunders Signalling Key Letters 79 47
Info Please MM76 A. Mason Key Letters 77 47
Info Please MM76 A. Mason Key Letters 78 46
Info Please MM78 "Moby Dick" key Letters 79 44
Info Please MM78 P36 Letters 79 46
Info Please MM79 AWA Key Letters 80 44
Info Please MM79 p33 Letters 80 45
Info Please MM80 P.42 Letters 81 45
Info Please MM80 P.43 Letters 81 45
Info Please MM83 p.44 Letters 84 44
Info Please! MM65 p.36 Letters 66 42
Interesting Bug Key - professional standard George Robbins 76 35
Interesting key - Rotating knob 180 closes cont. Henri Heraud 73 38
Italian Key, Aircraft, 1930s George Eddows 85 36
Italian lightweight key. Aluminium lever Ermanno Chiaravalli 70 41
Japanese Post Office Key Jean Le Galudec 66 36
Key and Buzzer. Unknown origin. Jean Le Galudec 71 39
Key bought in UK. Seller said it isn't homemade Tony Rogozinski 70 41
Key has 100% waterproof rubber cover marked "S401". US WWII? Heisuke Kimura 78 37
Key has 7 inch lever and unusual fulcrum Jack Barker 65 37
Key Identification. Three terminals. # 300989 Letters 70 43
Key marked "JUNKER Honnef/Rh" - "D.B.G.M." Guy R. Burton 73 39
Key marked 12 oz Type 51. In use 1939-1945. William P. Jones 71 39
Key of Russian Origin? (Very Small Key.) Ermanno Chiaravalli 71 38
Key stamped "H White 1918" and "5427 III" Clive Maby 84 32
Key stamped "The International Electric Co." Ron McMullen 65 37
Key Type B1 RefNo 10A/7839. Longer to D Type Ron Tucker 74 38
Key unknown origin - Collection J. Le Galudec Jean Le Galudec 67 39
Key, believed British origin, 1910-30. Wooden Nigel Collier 69 34
Key, mark 5820-AP164179 Key Morse Portable Chris Bisaillion 83 44
KOB Instrument. Lable "Morse Set - Key, Relay etc. By L. Schaefer Doug Palmer 81 42
Late 19th Century key & sounder, W. Gurlt Joe Jacobs 68 32
Leg strapkey, mark 6295895001MCN547REV F Chris Bisaillion 83 43
Miniature Russian Key George Eddowes 87 36
Mk 2 Dummy Signallers key, Croggan & Co. Ltd. Malcolm Brass 68 33
MM 67 Info Please - p. 38 (Top) Letters 68 38
MM66 p.42 - Info on Key Letters 69 40
Morse Signal Lamp - equivalent to Army, but no markings. John Alcorn 78 37
Muirhead Recorder D-328-A John Clappistone 86 37
Mystery key - all brass on phenolic base. Possibly European. Robert Betts 77 36
Nothing to identify this strap key. Electrophysiological observations? Geoffrey Walsh 80 42
Paddle key made by The Northampton Plating Co. Jim Phillipson 80 43
Part of a key? Is it a Morse key at all. John Alcorn 76 34
Picture of from museum exhibition in Olten Switzerland Don Breen 80 43
Possibly a key of British make Jean Le Galudec 65 36
Possibly one of the last Military keys. Brian Watson 74 38
RAF Bathtub Key Henri Jacob 85 37
RAF Leuchars Key MM69, p37 Letters 70 46
Reverse Frame Bug Key John Francis 85 36
Royal Navy Key Jean Le Galudec 70 40
Russian Key marked Henri Heraud 84 33
Semd/receive key, typical of British GPO. Model or Home-made? Fons Vanden Berghen 78 36
Signalling torch by Shimwell Alexander & Co. Wyn Davies 67 38
Similar to "Transmitting, Vibrating" MM61. Military? Richard Putnam 73 39
Simplex Morse lamp Wyn Davies 87 36
Small black Key, roughly 10.5cm. Any information? Apostolos Bourousis 80 42
Small brass 'Gamage' type - unusual terminals Jack Barker 72 38
Small steel key, 'high-rise' knobon. Ebonite base Jack Barker 72 39
Stockticker, by The Exchange Telegragh Co. Fons Vanden Berghen 83 44
Straight key with wooden base. No markings. Alex Pringle 78 36
Triple key assembly - Naval connection? Graham Winbolt 71 38
Two folding keys - no info. On them Wyn Davies 69 35
Unknown AWA key, marked TYPE R688 B MANIPULATING KEY Neal McEwen 79 32
Unknown key possibly from the USA Jean Le Galudec 72 38
Unknown key with 12cm steel lever. Markings 1657 & "F.R.Ede" Jack Barker 77 37
Unknown key with semi-circular arm Mike Prince 79 33
Unknown key with shrouded contacts Wyn Davies 72 39
Unknown Practice set in wood box Wyn Davies 70 40
Unknown sounder. No markings except '96.' Jack Barker 73 38
Unmarked brass key. Mahogany base Jack Barker 83 43
Unmarked Swedish key. High Speed output Raymond Lee 68 33
US Navykey, CAQ26026, used with leg clamp Dave Pennes 68 32
Western Electrical Key with letters "OW" Henri Heraud 84 32
Wooden base Swiss telegraph key Raymond Lee 69 34
INSTRUMENTS, HISTORICAL A Message from Morse? (ltr) Abram Burnett 41 37
Bunnell Double-Speed Key El. Teleg 1911 55 BC
Coherer Puzzle (ltr) R. Wilson 26 46
Coherer Puzzle Answered? (ltr) B. Eldridge 28 47
Early Galvo (ltr) P. Lord 27 45
First 'Hand Key' Tony Smith 19 16
Fry, Open-Circuit, Dry Battery, Telegraph Key El. Teleg 1911 57 BC
Historic key of 1AW A.W.A. 13 40
Lefley Key El. Teleg 1911 54 BC
Magnificent Invention, A Alfred Vail 19 10
Oldest Working Galvo? (ltr) J. Houlder 25 42
Omnigraph, The Tony Smith 22 28
Single Needle Commutator 1911 Siemens Bros 58 BC
Single Needle Instrument 1911 Siemens Bros 58 BC
Twentieth Century Key El. Teleg 1911 56 BC
Western Electric Key El. Teleg 1911 54 BC
What Hath God Wrought! Tony Smith 19 24
INSTRUMENTS, RESTORATION Assembly Aid (ltr) Dennis Goacher 46 45
Grasshopper Key (ltr) Dennis Goacher 45 46
Help Wanted - Partrick & Carter Key Wes Tyler 45 6
Morse Key Construction F. Vanden Berghen 87 46
Plug & Play Keys - Letter Jim Phillipson 87 43
Repairing German 'T1' Keys Henri Heraud 74 23
Repro Marconi Keys News 88 3
Restoring a Morse sounder D. Goacher 21 20
Resurrection of an Australian Simplex Key Peter Holtham 87 38
S. G. Brown Key Ref 1969 - Advice Wanted Tony Wilkes 48 48
Sounder drawings available Dennis Goacher 20 6
Vibroplex Base Jim Phillipson 87 45
INSULATORS Canadian Insulator Collector Magazine Mark Lauckner 43 4
KEY COLLECTING A Technique to Straighten Bent Pivot Pins on Hand Keys Chris Bisaillion 80 26
Ron McMullen Sally Hopman 82 18
KEY MAKERS A Short History of ller & Ericsson Keys Gunnar Eriksson 75 11
Code Cube Announced News 80 3
CT Ham Radio Devices New Key News 77 7
Joseph Junker and His Keys Thomas Roth 75 36
ller - Ericsson Keys Letters 76 44
The Telegraphic & Wireless of A.W. Gamage Tony Smith 65 29
KEYS & INSTRUMENTS "Wehrmacht" miniature key Showcase 68 25
(Lorenz style key ZA 54574) (ltr) Wyn Davies 44 48
1906 Mecograph Dave Pennes 74 FC
1938 Standard Model Mac Key John Francis 78 FC
1940 Wilson Bug Key for RCAF - made for left handed operator John Francis 80 FC
3-in-1 Miniature Key - New G4ZPY P/Keys 27 10
3-rotor Army Enigma, UHR box & the Marine 4 rotor Enigma Tom Perera 81 7
A Cheeseboard Key Thomas Smith 70 35
A Junker Key Wyn Davies 62 27
A Key Mounted on a Paxolin type Base Ted Jones 64 31
A Key With A History Albert Heyes 63 40
A Mystery Key-on-Base Peter Holtham 81 33
A.M. Sounders, Relaying Letters 65 42
A/C Ident. Sw'bx, More on the V. Reynolds 33 36
A1A available to MM readers C. Passet 24 6
ADGIL Bug Keys Letters 76 46
Admiralty Mk III Lamp Wyn Davies 87 25
Admiralty Pattern - W691 Key Wyn Davies 65 FC
Admiralty pattern key (ltr) J. Lycett 21 40
Aeolian Harp Bruce Taylor 83 37
Aircraft Ident. Switchbox Tony Smith 30 18
Aircraft Ident. Switchbox (ltr) G. Farrance 31 47
Alarm Receiving Station by Harrington-Seaberg Fons Vanden Berghen 71 FC
Allen West Admiralty 9881 Henri Jacob 88 40
AM Buzzer Practice Boards Letters 73 46
American Key Stamped "Fairbanks Patent" Jim Lycett 62 32
American telegraph instrument makers, 1837-1900 R.W. Reinke 23 16
American telegraph instrument makers, 1837-1900 R.W. Reinke 24 16
American telegraph instrument makers, 1837-1900 R.W. Reinke 25 32
An Indian instrument with strings Geoffrey Walsh 83 36
An Unknown Key of Interesting Design Jean Le Galudec 64 31
Angled Chinese Key Letters 76 46
ANGRC-9 (Angry-9) field transceiver J. Gillies 76 27
Another Sounder Dr G. Bold 88 9
Another twin set from Germany, maker unknown Wyn Davies 83 14
Another version of Marconi Type 365D Wyn Davies 74 15
Antarctica's smallest transmitter Steve Grimsley 76 28
AOP Key, French (ltr) H. Jacob 38 47
AP 691 Key (ltr) Wyn Davies 40 41
AP 7681 Key - Letter Alex Meregalli 88 44
AP 7681 Key, Early (ltr) Wyn Davies 44 46
Archeological Unwrapping of Key and Plug Assembly No.9 Chris Bisaillion 64 19
Assembled K20 MM 74 28
ATM Key Ken Jones 85 46
Auction of Marconi Side-lever Key News 89 2
Australian Jiggers John Houlder 11 21
Australian Post Office landline key Peter Holtham 81 34
Australian Telegraph Keys & Instruments Ron McMullen 89 29
Automorse Keys John Alcorn 85 45
AWA Keys (ltr) Tony Bell 57 46
AWA Keys, (follow-up)(ltr) Tony Bell 58 46
Baby Bug - (reminiscent of Vibroplex models) Robert W. Betts 63 25
Baby Morse key G4ZPY P/Keys 24 7
Bathtub Key - Letter Peter Jones 87 43
Bathtub Key - Letter P. J. Smith 87 44
Bathtub Key - Letter Flt Lt Vic Reynolds 88 46
Bathtub Key Type F Various 86 42
Beeko Learner's Key Joe Jacobs 46 45
Behaviour of the Bug N.P. Spooner 52 29
Bencher Paddle, Origination of B. Locher 25 27
Big Key (ltr) C. Bonsall 45 47
Biggest Key in the World funk magazine 44 6
Block bell needle telegraph Fons Vanden B. 76 40
Boston Key USA 1917 47 C
Boulter Key, Replica of Dennis Goacher 56 37
Brass hand key, home-made Don Harris 11 10
Bright's Bells F. Vanden Berghen 88 FC
Brirish Army's Buzzer, Sig, Training Jim Lycett 82 27
British Army Key, Dummy, Signallers Tony Smith 82 26
British Early Needle Telegraph Tom Perera 86 24
British Key Makers - Survey Tony Smith 39 32
British sounder-relay - Around 1880 Showcase 67 24
Bug dot damper Noel Bevan 16 7
Bug Key marked 'Elect. Dept. N.H.C. Co.' John Elwood 64 25
Bug keys on official circuits B. Brokensha 15 40
Bugs and sideswipers on the clandestine links Pat Hawker 14 25
Bulgarian Postal Key Showcase 69 24
Bulldog model BD1-HD padlle, front view Dr Gary Bold 75 13
Bulldog model BD1-HD padlle, side view Dr Gary Bold 75 13
Bunnell Double-Speed Key El. Teleg 1911 55 BC
Bunnell Invitation (ltr) M. Jacobs 36 48
Bunnell KOB - Supplee Co Malcolm Brass 88 24
Bunnell Mystery (Autoplex) Hawkins Guide 29 33
Bunnell Special Offer J.H. Bunnell 35 4
Bunnell-Martin Flash Key MM 82 FC
Bunnell's last catalog (book review) Tony Smith 23 22
Bunnell's last catalog, by Tom French (book review) Tony Smith 23 22
Bunnel-Martin Flash key Type 5-48 John Francis 82 FC
Buzza Automatic Key (ltr) Allan Moore 53 42
Buzza Morse Code Apparatus No.2 Colin MacKinnon 83 12
Calibrating Keyer Speed Control Anon 39 8
Camelback Key Showcase 65 22
Camel-back Key (ltr) L. Grant 35 42
Canadian 629-5895-001 Key Chris Bisaillion 88 25
Canadian Marconi Company - Key or something else? Chris Bisaillion 63 36
Canadian Marconi spark key - a rare find Tom Perera 76 11
Canterbury, Three keys from (review) Tony Smith 21 17
Catalogue entry - GPO Key Lee Grant 86 BC
Changing to a Keyer Gary Bold 42 30
Clandestine Key (ltr) J. Jacobs 39 47
Clipsal key Allan Moore 71 21
Clipsal Key John Alcorn 86 24
Clipsal Key - Letter Ron McMullen 87 44
Coffee Vertical Key Russ Kleinman 87 24
Collector's Vibroplex - Brand New News 74 2
Collins 51J-4 communications receiver M. Campbell 74 35
Collins ART-13 transmitter used at Davis, 1957 Airways Equipment 73 18
Combined ABC amd printing telegraph Fons Vanden Berghen 84 FC
Comet Key Tony Smith 20 10
Comet key (ltr) R. Wilson 21 41
Cooke & Wheatstone 2-Needle Telegraph MM 75 35
Cooke & Wheatstone 2-Needle Telegraph Fons Vanden Berghen 81 FC
Creed Trainer Key Tony Smith 33 40
Curtis keyer chip Gary Bold 11 12
Double Current Key, PO Pattern Siemens Bros 61 BC
Double speed key, The G.W. 12 27
Double-ended key (ltr) J. Gilbert 24 44
Double-ended Key (ltr) J.V.Hicks 25 40
Double-ended Key (ltr) J. Worthington 25 41
Dow of Winnipeg, Canada Bug Key Showcase 66 25
Dow-Key Survey - Help Wanted News 71 2
Drummy Key Wyn Davies 63 37
Ducretet & Lejeune keys - 1894 D & L Catalogue 32 BC
Dutch Public Telegraph Services - Telegraph Station Fons Vanden Berghen 63 25
Dyna Key Correction, MM43 (ltr) Wyn Davies 54 46
Early 20th Century Marconi Key Wyn Davies 62 26
Early Camelback and Sounder Tom Perera 86 25
Early Keys (Steiner & Boston) US 1899 & 1917 47 C
Eddystone Bug Key Letters 75 44
Eddystone Bug MM74 P.45 Letters 75 43
Eddystone Bug Serial Numbers Letters 76 43
Eddystone Bug Serial Numbers Letters 77 45
Eddystone Bug, A closer Look Colin Waters 13 30
Eddystone Bug, The B. Brokensha 12 16
Eddystone date code Colin Waters 15 21
Eddystone S689 Bug Key Letters 74 45
Edison's loudspeaker (illustrated London News) London News 83 34
Elaborate 'House & Brett' Instrument E. Geoffrey Walsh 80 13
Elbow Key (ltr) H.E. Smith 41 44
Electric Morse Apparat' - German toy key set Showcase 70 24
Electronic Keyer Paddles Gary Bold 57 42
Elektrisk Bureau Key (ltr) John P. Evans 56 46
Eureka Key Cal-Av Labs Inc 57 5
European Camelback Key F. Vanden Berghen 89 FC
Exchanges Wanted (ltr) M. Lubomirov 27 45
Extension Arm Vibroplex Dave Pennes 62 27
F17 Key (ltr) J.N. Elwood 37 45
Fair exchange (Willis key)(ltr) J. Simpson 21 43
Feather Touch (Keyer) K. Randall 26 21
First Type 365. Murray Willer 74 12
Fleron official scout signaller. Bakelite Showcase 68 24
Fleron Signaller Chris Bisaillion 82 29
Folding Key, MM53 (ltrs) Various 54 47
French Jardillier Key with Thigh Strap, 1955 Jean Le Galudec 64 24
French Military Airborne Key (Photo) Jean Le Galudec 64 FC
French WW1 Aircraft Spark Key Jean Le Galudec 63 24
Fry, Open-Circuit, Dry Battery, Telegraph Key El. Teleg 1911 57 BC
Full size replica of S. Morse's 'correspondent' Fons Vanden Berghen 72 33
G.W. Key, review Larry Robinson 10 44
G4ZPY Keys G. Crowhurst 17 36
G4ZPY New Miniature Combo G4ZPY Padd.Keys 55 6
G4ZPY Paddle Keys Special Offer G4ZPY P/Keys 40 4
Gamages Key? (ltr) H. Mace 27 42
Gamages KOB Showcase 66 25
Gary's 'local' version of the Bulldog paddle Dr Gary Bold 75 15
German Electric Morse Apparat twin practice set Wyn Davies 83 14
German Spy Sender Greg Ulsamer 86 25
GNT Key (ltr) Lee Grant 61 43
Golden Sec. Key Great! (ltr) G. Ford 29 40
Golden Section Conventional Contact Key (ltr) Wes Tyler 41 42
Golden Section Interest J. Lycett 28 5
Golden Section Key (ltr) Wes Tyler 45 40
Golden Section Key Plans Available Again MM 48 11
Golden Section Key, No More Drawings Available MM 47 10
Golden Section Key, The J. Lycett 27 12
GPO Differential Galvanometer 1A Jack Barker 68 FC
GPO MK III Double Current Lee Grant 86 FC
GRA-71 High Speed Sender (ltr) I.G. Mant 36 46
GRA-71 High Speed Sender, More Information (ltr) J. Mathisrud 38 46
Grasshopper Key (ltr) Dennis Goacher 45 46
Great Northern Telegraph Co Key - MM61 Letters 77 44
GW Man Alive and Well! (ltr) W. Davies 26 40
H. Tinsley, London - Strap Key Maurice Jeffrey 63 36
H. White 5427 Clive Redfern 85 38
H. White 5427 Lee Grant 85 38
Happy re-union (mast head light key) (ltr) A. Milne 22 46
Heathkit model CO-1, from unit manual Chris Bisaillion 83 15
Heathkit model HD-1416 Chris Bisaillion 83 16
Heathkit model HD-16, from unit manual Chris Bisaillion 83 16
Help Available (Keys 8 Amp WT) R. Ray 39 32
Help Wanted - Partrick & CarterKey Wes Tyler 45 6
Hether Siganl Lamp by Francis Wyn Davies 88 24
Hi- Mound HSK-903 Side Movement Key Heisuke Kimura 67 FC
High Speed Paddle, H/made (ltr) M. Colmbani-Gailleur 29 41
Hi-Mound HK-1999 Millenium Key Motoaki Uotome 70 FC
Historic key of 1AW A.W.A. 13 40
History of a Key Letters 69 37
'Hobbies' Magazine Key (ltr) J. Power 40 40
Home made handkey Maurice Sandys 3 12
Home-made key B. Brokensha 13 23
How Many Keys? (ltr) L.A. Burlingame 37 48
Improving the Straight Hand Key (ltr) J. Walder-Davis 43 44
Incomplete military set by E. Ducretet Gustavo A. Coll 84 22
Increment Key, PO Pattern Siemens Bros 61 BC
Indian Teleg Service Key? (ltr) John Klobuchar 41 41
Info Please MM69 Letters 75 43
Inker and key by Ducretet & Lejeune, Paris Showcase 70 25
Interested in Stock Tickers? Eugene Hertz 86 45
Intro to key collecting, by Tom French (book review) Colin Waters 17 44
Intro to key collecting, by Tom French (book review) Colin Waters 17 44
Italian Key George Eddows 85 24
Italian Key MM85 - Letter John Elwood 88 46
Italian Key with a 41/2 Inch Arm Ted Jones 64 24
Italian Marine Key - WWII Wyn Davies 88 40
Italian Strap Key Showcase 70 24
It's never too late to learn J.L. Sykes, 1 3
Ivalek Morse Transmitter No. 559 Jack Barker 83 13
J.H. Bunnell 'Sidewipers' (pair) Wyn Davies 73 FC
Jap. Navy Aircraft Key (ltr) M. Uotome 50 59
Japanese Navy Airforce Key (ltr) H. Miller 24 42
Japanese Navy Key c1944 (ltr) D. Couch 23 41
JRC Bug Key Heisuke Kimura 87 25
JRC Key, MM88 - Correction MM 89 46
JRC Pump Keys Heisuke Kimura 88 25
J-Series - Booklet L. Nutting 35 6
Junker History (ltr) U. Biedinger-Redern 52 47
Junker Keys (ltr) G. Ulsamer 37 47
Junker Keys (ltr) G. Ulsamer 38 43
Junkers or Junker? (ltr) T. Timme 36 48
Kent key (review) Gerald Stancey 8 34
Kent paddle (review) Gerald Stancey 10 26
Key - Station Radio A13 Chris Bisaillion 63 45
Key & Plug Assy No.19 (ltr) Tony Bell 57 45
Key & Sounnder - A.B. Lyman Co., Cleveland Dave Pennes 66 FC
Key Adjusters Gerald Stancey 86 44
Key Adjustment C.F. Rockey 40 36
Key and plug assembly, No.9 Alex Vilensky 13 44
Key Collecting Colin Waters 14 12
Key collecting Colin Waters 14 12
Key for Buzzer Sig Trg (ltr) Wyn Davies 47 46
Key frm 'Buzzer Practice' (ltr) Jean Revidon 45 46
Key frm 'Buzzer Practice' (ltr) Jack Barker 46 45
Key identification, J-48-A, J-51 & Ducretet et Roger C. Passet 24 44
Key Info, MM55-56 (ltr) Jean Le Galudec 57 47
Key information - 1 (B2 etc) John I. Brown 6 42
Key made by Kume Electronic Corp., Japan Showcase 69 25
Key Meeting (AWA Conference) M. Willer 27 6
Key MM70 P43 Letters 71 43
Key Type P.S.213A (ltrs) Ken Jones 62 40
Key W/T (AUST) No.1 (ltr) Peter Lord 45 40
Key with Spark Gap (ltr) D. Thompson 36 43
Key with Spark Gap/MM25 (ltrs) Various 26 41
KEY WT 8 AMP No.2 (without finger guard) Alex Vilensky 77 18
KEY WT 8 AMP No.2 Specification Tony Smith 77 17
Key WT 8 Amp, Final Instalment Tony Smith 50 9
Key WT 8 Amp, Further Info Tony Smith 37 9
Key WT 8 Amp, Survey Results Tony Smith 28 7
Key WT 8 Amp, The ubiquitous J. Lycett 22 22
Key WT Waterproof, (Aust.) No. 1 Peter Lord 63 43
Key, engraved "T. Fordyce" John Alcorn 82 8
Key, WT, waterproof, (Aust.) No.1 Tony Bell 61 10
Keyer Design T. Berg 36 18
Keyers with automatic spacing Gary Bold 15 12
Keys - Further Info (ltrs) Various 43 42
Keys for the Wireless Set No.19 (Canada & USA) C. Bisaillion 45 27
Keys Used by the Great Northern Teleg. Co. Letters 67 46
Key-tronics, 1, el-keyers Roy Walmsley 3 35
Key-tronics, 2, speed/weight Roy Walmsley 4 42
Key-tronics, 3, keyboards Roy Walmsley 8 18
KHZ Electronic Keyer, The D. Cox 27 28
Kilbourne Clark Key (from WFA) Lynn Burlingame 47 BC
KMK-2 Key and Batch Coding for Signals Equipment Various 28 45
Knob Trap (ltr) J. Black 36 44
Knob Types (ltr) G. Stancey 35 44
KOB Camelback Key Dave Pennes 85 25
KOB GPO F17 - Info Please P Jones 82 33
Korean Key (ltr) Various 38 42
Korean Key Japanese (ltr) H. v.d. Berg 37 44
L.E.M. key (ltr) G.F. Armstrong 24 46
L.E.M. key, New L.E.M. 23 5
L.S. Brach Type 262 Key (ltr) J. Elwood 39 48
Lambert's Key (ltr) John Packer 47 47
Lefley Key El. Teleg 1911 54 BC
Left Handed Keys Letters 78 47
Left-handed Bugs (ltr) D.R. Pennes 31 44
Left-handed Bugs (ltr) B. Real 32 48
Left-handed Bugs (ltr) R.L. Thomas 34 44
Left-handed Bugs (ltr) John Elwood 43 46
Left-handed Operator (ltr) B. Real 29 43
Left-handed? (ltr re Vibroplex) G. Lizee 26 40
Les Logan T-bar Speedex bug key, Model 501 John Francis 83 FC
Lighting Control Panel, Fleet Air Arm AP 1095A 60 16
Lilliput Key J. Orellana R 29 5
Little Chrome bug - Les Logan 'amateur' model Showcase 69 25
Lorenz style key - British reference (ltr) J. Lycett 23 44
Lorenz-style Key (ltr) D. Goacher 25 40
Lucas Key (from MM47) (ltr) Wyn Davies 48 47
Lucas Key Identified (ltr) Jack Barker 47 46
Mac-Key Blue Book (review) Tony Smith 24 19
Mac-Key Blue Book, by Tom French (book review) Tony Smith 24 19
Magic key (ltr) S. Casperd 22 47
Magnetic Detector Fons Vanden Berghen 78 33
MA-K6 Key (ltr) John Elwood 60 43
Marconi 365 and Other Keys - MM74 Letters 75 45
Marconi or Ericsson Key? (ltr) Various 45 40
Marconi Type 365 Keys Wyn Davies 74 12
Marconi Type 365 with sleeve bearings Wyn Davies 74 13
Marconi Type 365A with roller bearings Wyn Davies 74 13
Marconi Type 365B with roller bearings Wyn Davies 74 14
Marconi Type 365B with sleeve bearings Wyn Davies 74 14
Marconi Type 365C Wyn Davies 74 15
Marconi Type 365EZ & FZ Wyn Davies 74 16
Marconi Type 971 - Unpopular Wyn Davies 74 15
Marconi Type EZ 50 - Final Marconi key Wyn Davies 74 16
Marine Radio Company Limited Type TK76 Raymond Lee 63 24
McElroy P-500 Bug Key John Francis 85 FC
McElroy, World's Champion Radio Telegrapher Gary Bold 44 42
Mecograph, A Practical Working Model Dennis Goacher 57 18
Melehan Valiant in the Air (ltr) Peter J. Smith 51 43
Mercury Paddles, Bencher to Make Bencher, Inc 59 9
Merrick Vertical Bug key John Francis 77 FC
Milliken-Hicks Repeater Dave Pennes 69 FC
Mini-Bug from Canada Phil Kellen 53 46
Mini-Bug from Canada (ltr) Murray Willer 50 58
Mini-MM Key-Meet (ltr) J. Lycett 23 41
MM73 Info Please Junker Key Letters 74 45
MM81 Indian Key - Letter Walter Baumann 82 43
MM82 Info Please Ken Jones 85 41
MM84 H. White Key F. Vanden Berghen 86 46
MM85 Italian Key E. F. Jones 86 45
Moby Dick (key for US TBX set) (ltr) H. Miller 22 44
Model "K" Enigma and Swiss NEMA machine Tom Perera 81 7
More on Moby Dick H. Miller 24 20
Morse Clickers Information Wanted Letters 68 42
Morse Key Tensioners (Book) Dennis Goacher 47 20
Morse Tapper Set, maker unknown Jack Barker 83 13
Motokey, The (Auto-key, 1939) Lynn Burlingame 47 38
Mystery Logo (ltr) F.V. Berghen 57 45
N2DAN Mercury Paddle - Review J. Bruce Prior 44 8
National Communications reciever NC 10XA Don Busica 73 15
NATO Keys, Info wanted (ltr) M. Willer 40 39
NATO Navy key (ltr) B. Payne 23 42
NATO Navy Key, Constant Dashes R. Whittaker 30 46
New Home for W3WRE Collection AWA 39 3
New Key From the Ukraine News 74 3
New Straight Key D. Stillwell 34 9
Nickel plated Vibroplex #4 (blue racer) - 1917 Showcase 70 25
No. 50 - The Haven Hotel key Marconi plc. 75 8
North pole key, The Murray Willer 15 10
Norwegian Lemkuhl Spark Key Tom Perera 87 FC
Official Boy Scout Signal Set (USA) Wyn Davies 82 28
Old Bug with interesting damper - Info Please Heisuke Kimura 82 33
Omnigraph - "No. 1 Mechanical Telegraph Instrument" David R. Pennes 80 29
Omnigraph - "Omnigraph No.2 Improved" David R. Pennes 80 34
Omnigraph - "Omnigraph No.5" David R. Pennes 80 38
Omnigraph - "Omnigraph Transmitter No.3" - 1915 Advertisment David R. Pennes 80 37
Omnigraph - Compact 5-disc Omnigrapgh. Made for NY Wireless inst. Lynn Burlingame 81 12
Omnigraph - Natrometer David R. Pennes 80 30
Omnigraph - Omnigraph with intergral key and sounder David R. Pennes 80 37
Omnigraph - Unique instrument containg more that 30 Morse discs. Mike Feher 80 34
Omnigraph No. 2 Junior David R. Pennes 81 10
Omnigraph No. 2 Junior with intergral key, buzzer and earphones David R. Pennes 81 11
Omnigraph No.2 - Fifteen disc model David R. Pennes 81 14
Omnigraph No.2 Improved. Electric motor driven model David R. Pennes 81 14
Omnigraph -Typical No.2 Omnigraph listed in a c.1919 Gamage catal David R. Pennes 81 13
Omnigraph, The Tony Smith 22 28
Origins of the El-Bug Pat Hawker 53 29
OZ7BO Electronic Keyer Brian Grist 53 38
OZ7BO keyer Dennis Lisney 8 13
OZ7BO Keyer Letters 78 45
P.O. key as Cigarette Lighter Anon 38 36
P.S. 213A Key (ltr) Various 35 42
Paddlette (review) Lynn Burlingame 52 36
Parentage of the Ericsson Keys Jan Moller 67 12
Partrick & Carter camelback leg key. 1860s Showcase 68 25
Peter Jones Single Paddle QRP Comp. Co. 35 4
Phillips 1619C and CTH7. Max Corry 74 37
Photos in MM57 (ltr) Jean Le Galudec 58 46
Picture of The 'Dinger' Bug Key Dave Pennes 77 8
Port Lockroy P.17 5G Transmitter Letters 71 43
Possibly a German Key used by Deutch Post Jean Le Galudec 64 30
Preccision key made of wood by Petr Doudra Showcase 68 24
Product News Two New Keys Announced News 63 7
PS 213A Key - Letter Brian Payne 87 43
PS 213A Key - Letter Wyn Davies 88 45
PS 213A Key -Letter Ken Jones 88 45
PS 312A Wyn Davies 85 25
Pump, pipe or pickaxe? (ltr) D. Bourcart 24 47
QRP Component Co. Announces New Key News 68 5
QRP Component Co., More Keys News 51 10
Racal TA-127 1 kW transmitter Allan Moore 77 34
RAF 10F/8782 Key (ltr) D.A. Coe 33 45
RAF Equipment labelled "Automatic Keying Device Type 1A" John Elgar-Whinney 62 33
RAF Type 51 Key (ltr) V. Reynolds 36 45
RAF Type 51 Key (ltr) D. Rycroft 37 44
RAF Type 51 Key (ltr) J. Lycett 38 45
RAF Type 'B' - the 'D' Type Predessor Showcase 66 24
RAF Type D Key Survey Tony Smith 34 9
Rare 19th Century British railway bell Showcase 67 25
Rare Key Find at Dayton News 64 8
Rare land key-Used by Swedish Teleg. Admin. Showcase 67 24
Rare Peerless bug key Tom Perera 76 9
Raymart Speed Key - MM82 Letters 84 42
Reference to Practice Key by J.H. Steward (ltrs) Jack Barker 62 43
Re-inventing the wheel Noel Bevan 10 13
Re-inventing the wheel (Superbug) Noel Bevan 10 13
Remains of a Key (& Sounder) On Base Gustavo A. Coll 84 23
Remote Control of W/T Transmission & Reception (RAF & RN) Tony Smith 63 21
Replica of Cooke & Wheatstone 5-Needle Teleg. MM 75 34
Replica of the Marconi key used at Lizard David Barlow 76 19
Reproduction Civil War Daniell Cells Dave Bock 75 5
Resonator Siemens Bros 61 C
Restoring Keys - Black Phenolic Chris Bisaillion 64 43
Reversing Key, PO Pattern Siemens Bros 61 BC
Royal Canadian Air Force Buzzer Murray Willer 82 28
Russian Collection (ltr) V. Pakhomov 31 46
Russian Key Letters 73 45
Russian Key MM71 P.38 Letters 72 46
Russian Key MM71 P.38 Letters 74 44
Russian Key MM72 P.45 Letters 73 45
Russian Minature Key - Letter Wyn Davies 88 44
S.G. Brown, Nr 1969 Key (ltr) John Elwood 49 48
Safety Jack John Elwood 85 24
Same Key? A Question About an International Marine Key John N. Elwood 64 44
Same Keys Letters 65 40
Samson ETM8C keyer (review) Tony Smith 12 36
Samson ETM-9C keyer, New Frank H, Watts 24 5
Samson ETM-SQ Twin Paddle (review) Tony Smith 38 6
Samson Keyers, New Frank Watts 43 6
Schurr Keys Available in UK QRP Comp. Co. 47 7
Schurr Mini Paddle - Review J. Bruce Prior 46 22
Schurr Profi - Review Gerald Stancey 55 26
Scott Base Xmas present with aluminium disc Dr Gary Bold 83 22
Scott Base Xmas present. Sends 12 wpm Dr Gary Bold 83 21
Search for the Ideal Key Rik Whittaker 43 38
Sectio Aurea Key (Golden SectionKey) (ltr) J.L. Serna 47 48
SEL Products - Help Wanted Tony Smith 45 4
SEL Products - Help Wanted Tony Smith 45 4
Semi-Automatics at Sea (ltr) J. Beech 31 46
Signal Lamp with Key Jack Barker 63 37
Signalling Equipment Ltd, Morse Products of Tony Smith 59 20
Signalling Equipment Ltd, The Morse Products of Tony Smith 59 20
Simplex Auto key in use David Dunn 78 39
Simplex Auto semi-automatic key or "jigger" Allan Moore 71 22
Single Lever Combo (G4ZPY) G4ZPY 31 9
Single-Current Key, Post Office Pattern Siemens Bros 59 BC
Slanted Keys (ltr) Bob Eldridge 44 46
Slo-Bug - Reining in the Bug Paul Bock 50 46
Slo-Bug, Review by Colin Waters 50 51
Small Steel Key - Info Please Jack Barker 82 32
Small Steel key MM72, P.39 Letters 73 46
Smallest Key? (ltr) Bob Butt 34 46
Smallest Keys (ltrs) Various 30 46
Smoother Speed Control for Keyers G. Stancey 36 16
So that's what it is! (Bug wedge) Gerald Stancey 18 40
Some needle telegraphs used on the British Railways Fons Vanden Berghen 77 32
Space-Matic 21B Keyer K. Randall 25 8
Spark Key Info Wanted Russ Kleinman 52 9
SPEED-X bug key, Dbl. Speed Key, Sidewiber. Robert L. Shrader 73 27
Speed-X Keys - All known makers and models L. Burlingame/J. Elwood 44 11
Speed-X Practice Set, by E. F. Johnson & Co Robert Betts 82 30
'Spirit' key Cal-Av Labs 27 8
Standard Radio-Telegraph Signal set Wyn Davies 64 25
Standard Radio-Telegraph Signal Set Jack Barker 82 29
Stapler Key (ltr) Lynn Burlingame 53 46
Star-Masterkey - Help Wanted (ltr) Cliff Baron 59 58
Star-Masterkey - Problem Resolved Cliff Baron 60 44
Steiner Key USA 1899 47 C
Stockticker MM83 p.44 Letters 84 44
Story of a Very Special Telegraph Key Holstebro Mus. 44 22
Story of the Key (Best of MM-1), book review G. Arnold 38 32
Story of the Key Well Received MM 42 4
Story of the Key-1 Louise Moreau 6 1
Story of the Key-2 Louise Moreau 7 13
Story of the Key-3 Louise Moreau 8 1
Story of the Key-4 Louise Moreau 9 35
Story of the Key-5 Louise Moreau 10 31
Story of the Key-6 Louise Moreau 11 26
Strap key - "Queen & Co. Makers, Phila." Showcase 69 24
Strap Key marked "BREVETTO ARGA-ROMA" Showcase 65 21
Submarine telegraphy siphon recorder Gustavo A. Coll 84 23
Sullivan Mirror Galvanameter minus brass lid Gustavo A. Coll 84 21
Super Keyer II (ltr) J. Burgess 27 44
Super Keyer II, CMOS (review) G.Bold/J.Rehak 25 18
Swedish key from shipwreck Lee Grant 89 2
Swiss Army Key (ltr) John Elwood 49 45
Swiss Key MM80 & 81 - Letter Alan carter 82 40
Teleg Manipulating Key Design H.J.H. Wassell 30 6
Telegraph Demonstration Kit News 82 5
Telegraph Sounder with "What Hath God Wrought!" Martin Mueller 79 4
The AutoMorse Key Dr G. Bold 87 33
The Barclay Box-Relay Dave Pennes 79 38
The Bug That Never Was Dennis Goacher 42 26
The Codax Automatic Keyer Tony Smith 62 34
The decaroted faade of the 'House & Brett' printer E. Geoffrey Walsh 80 13
The Dinger Bug Key Tom Perera 76 11
The 'Dinger' Bug Key Dave Pennes 77 8
The Dow Key Showcase 65 21
The French DYNA Key Letters 67 41
The G3GJX Automatic Keyer David Barlow 76 17
The 'Grasshopper' key Marconi plc. 75 9
The Key Louise Moreau 5 10
The Key Louise Moreau 5 10
The Marconi 5 kW Rotary Spark Transmitter Marconi plc. 79 26
The Marconi Multiple Tuner Marconi plc. 79 29
The Marconi Valve Receiver Marconi plc. 79 28
The McElroy Junior Bug Key George Robbins 76 FC
The Melehan Valient Dr Gary Bold 84 12
The Melehan Valient - Top View Dr Gary Bold 84 13
The Morse inker or automatic recorder device Marconi plc. 75 10
The Omnigraph - Letter Tony Smith 82 40
The Original W9TO Keyer Dr Gary Bold 76 12
The OZ7BO Keyer Dr Gary Bold 77 14
The Pendograph & Automorse Ron McMullen 88 14
The Pheonix (Photo) Robert W. Betts 63 FC
The Shanghai bug key Tom Perera 76 8
The Signalling Disc Letters 73 42
The Simplex Auto Ron McMullen 88 19
The Telegraph Sounder Dr G. Bold 87 31
Ticker Keyboard 3-A F. Vanden Berghen 88 41
Tillotson Legged Camelback John Francis 87 24
Tillotson Sounder & Key (Photo) Jean Le Galudec 62 FC
Tinsley Instrument (ltr) Various 38 46
Titanic Morse Key Type Confirmed Geoff Arnold 51 8
Titanic, Keying the Geoff Arnold 50 26
Top View of the G3GJX Keyer David Barlow 76 18
Transmitting Plate (The First 'Hand Key' Tony Smith 19 16
Transmitting Plates, More Tony Smith 34 26
Tuning your Vibroplex Jens H. Nohns 14 46
Turkish Land Line Key Tom Perera 88 41
Twentieth Century Key El. Teleg 1911 56 BC
Twin Paddle from MM49 (S.E.M.) (ltrs) Various 51 41
Two block bells with tapper Fons Vanden B. 76 39
Two for the Price of One (A/craft Ident. Switchbox) Jack Barker 59 58
Two-lever Key (ltr) D. Goacher 37 45
U.S. Navy Key - Machinery Division, Boston Showcase 65 22
UK Customs Charges on Key Exchanges News 53 10
Unknown Bug MM60 (ltr) Dave Pennes 61 47
Unknown Key MM24 (ltrs) Various 25 41
Unknown Key MM38 (ltr) M. Uotome 57 45
Unknown Key MM51 (ltrs) Various 52 44
Unknown Key MM53 (ltrs) Various 54 45
Unknown Key MM59 (ltr) Lee Grant 60 46
Unknown Key, Said to be From Greenland Coast Station Ray Lee 62 33
Unknown Keys MM48 (ltrs) Various 49 44
Unknown KOB MM59 (ltr) Fons V. Berhen 60 45
Unknown Miniature Key (ltr) C. Forrester 37 45
Unknown Practise Set Set in Large Wooden Box Jack Barker 64 30
Unknown Sounder MM59 (ltr) Fons V. Berghen 60 44
Unknown sounder MM73, P.38 Letters 74 46
Unknown Spark Key Wyn Davies 62 32
Unmarked Bug (ltr) Dave Pennes 41 40
Unofficial record (ltr) J. Houlder 21 42
Unusual British Post Office Key Fons Vanden Berghen 79 FC
Unusual GPO Key - Info Please Wyn Davies 82 32
Upside down (bugs) Murray Willer 12 38
US Marconi "Road-map" Spark Key Jack Barker 62 26
Variplex Bug Speed Adjuster Bob Betts 51 6
Very Early French Needle Telegraph Fons Vanden B. 75 FC
Vibrator Key John Packer 16 14
Vibroplex (UK) Catalogue Eastern Comms 34 5
Vibroplex Bug? Letters 67 44
Vibroplex Catalogue (UK) Eastern Comms 34 5
Vibroplex Catalogue, New, 1997 Vibroplex Co. 51 20
Vibroplex Catalogue, New, 1997 Vibroplex Co. 51 20
Vibroplex Co, 1890-1990 (book review) Colin Waters 20 35
Vibroplex Co, 1890-1990, by W.R. Holly (book) Colin Waters 20 35
Vibroplex Collector's Guide (book review) Colin Waters 17 42
Vibroplex Double Keys, New Vibroplex Co 53 7
Vibroplex Foundation Created Vibroplex Co 53 7
Vibroplex Junior. A true 'Mule'! Showcase 67 25
Vibroplex Keying (ltr) C. Waters 27 44
Vibroplex Keys, Birth Dates of the John Elwood 49 26
Vibroplex Scratchy Dots John McGinty 85 44
Vibroplex Serial Numbers (ltr) John Elwood 53 43
Vibroplex Upright or Virtical - 1916 - 1919 Showcase 66 24
Vibroplex, New Owner Vibroplex 38 4
View of the G3GJX Keyer from the paddles David Barlow 76 18
Walters Key Gus Taylor 16 14
Walters Variable Fulcrum Landline Key Wyn Davies 71 FC
Ward & Goldstone Ltd Jack Barker 59 58
Ward & Goldstone Ltd (ltr) Jack Barker 59 58
We had them too (bug fttg)(ltr) G. Brown 21 43
Wehrmacht Miniature Key Letters 69 38
Western Electric 1A Key Ted Phelps 86 40
Western Electric Key El. Teleg 1911 54 BC
Western Electric Key (ltr) Dave Pennes 41 39
Western Electric Key (ltr) J. Jacobs 47 40
Western Electric Keys Brice Wightman 85 43
Western Electric Leg Key (ltr) Dave Pennes 33 46
What key was it? (ltr) R. Whitaker 24 47
What Makes a Good Key? Gary Bold 49 36
What Makes a Good Key? (ltr) G. Stancey 25 41
Which Paddle, Which Keyer? Gerald Stancey 58 18
Who Named the Telegraph "Key"? Jan K. Moller 66 11
Who was Justine Johnson? (ltr) R.L. Thomas 53 45
Wide selection of Enigma Machines Tom Perera 81 8
Wig-Wags Bug-Senders and Typewriters John Packer 84 41
Workshop made straight key Wm P. Wilson 15 41
ZA 54574 Lorenz Style Key (ltrs) Various 46 44
Zedder Paddle, The Barry Kirkwood 48 14
LEARNING MORSE Acquiring the R/T Code - 1 Wm.G. Pierpont 31 12
Acquiring the R/T Code - 2 Wm.G. Pierpont 32 40
Acquiring the Radiotelegraph Code (ltr) Wm.G. Pierpont 34 43
ADFGX Gerald Stancey 16 30
An old method in modern times K. Sutawibawa 8 36
Another Learning Method Gary Bold 41 30
Arolish R. Gould-King 53 12
Bernard's Method of Learning Code Wyn Davies 86 IBC
Best Way to Morse Proficiency? (ltr) M. Pouw-Arnold 50 55
Breeding Better Brasspounders Gary Bold 37 32
Build Your Oen Morse Code Trainer News 78 3
Burton and Spark (ltr) Ray Redwood 22 45
Burton, Gone for a (ltr) J. Pemberton 21 39
Canadian RAES Developments in Learning Morse News 74 6
Candler System, The Wm G. Pierpont 10 1
Code Book, The: reviewed by Tony Smith 45 22
Code in the Head J.F. Davidson 39 40
Code Quick Letters 70 45
Code Quick Method Letters 70 45
Commander Meade's Method (ltr) J. Barker 39 44
Dits and Dahs Maj. Bob Smith 14 20
Early Starter (ltr) M. Hindley 26 42
Early Starters (ltrs) Various 27 40
Encourage Beginners Geo Longden 43 21
Evaluating Morse Sending Gary Bold 60 13
Farnsworth Method (ltr) Wm. G. Pierpont 38 41
Farnsworth Method (ltr) Pete Carron 41 36
Farnsworth Method Criticised Radcom 53 5
Farnsworth Mystery Solved! Tony Smith 48 16
Farnsworth Preparation for the Morse Test Roy Clayton 54 32
Free Morse Program for Beginners & Experts News 65 6
Free Morse Tutor News 71 7
Free Morse Tutor Letters 71 43
From 'Knock and Slap' to Telex Ron McMullen 76 20
G4ZFE CW 'Pile Up' Trainer G4ZFE 55 6
Germany Moves to Kepp Code Tests News 83 2
Ham Stories: reviewed by Tony Smith 45 22
Hints on learning, 1932 style Colin Waters 15 22
Hints on Your First CW QSO Gerald Stancey 68 18
How I became a Morse Teacher R. Whittaker 28 28
I learned my Morse with a knife and Fork Tom Lloyd 16 12
Illustrated Morse Letters 67 42
In Praise of the Hand Key Gary Bold 55 39
In the old-fashioned way Arthur Leigh 15 6
Knives, forks & dummy keys Len Pearson 18 47
Koch Researches, The Wm.G. Pierpont 58 36
Learn While You Sleep J.N. Phinney 56 18
Learning Aid (ltr) C. Bisaillion 28 48
Learning High Speed Morse Letters 68 41
Learning Plateau (ltr) M. Pouw-Arnold 55 46
Learning Plateau (ltr) Wm.G. Pierpont 56 46
Learning the Morse Code Gary Bold 59 54
Learning the Other Code Wm.G. Pierpont 41 12
Learning to send (ltr) G. Brown 23 47
Making Morse MIDI Files Dr G. Bold 89 6
MEGS Proficiency Award MEGS 37 2
MEGS QRS Skeds 64 42
MEGS training activities MEGS 45 3
Methods Not Recommended Wm.G. Pierpont 43 36
Military Morse Training USA W.G. Pierpont 39 10
Missing Out W.G. Pierpont 36 7
Mitchell-Christie Method, The Signalling Without Words 44 20
Morse code for R/Amateurs, The (book review) Tony Smith 25 26
Morse code, the Essential Language (book review) Tony Smith 21 7
Morse Flip Cards Flip Cards 32 4
Morse Learning (ltr) J. Goldberg 25 43
Morse Learning Methods (ltr) Jim Farrior 58 47
Morse Learning Methods, A follow up Tony Smith 57 24
Morse Learning Methods, Part 1, 1869-1902 Tony Smith 50 31
Morse Learning Methods, Part 2, 1911-1940 Tony Smith 52 12
Morse Learning Methods, Part 3, 1941-1943 Tony Smith 53 15
Morse Learning Methods, Part 4, Tony Smith 54 12
Morse Practice Co-ordinator, RSGB, New RSGB 52 4
Morse Practice Nets - Antartic Memories - QRL? Dr Gary Bold 83 17
Morse Practice Sets - Part 2 Tony Smith 83 12
Morse Practice Sets Part ! Tony Smith 82 25
Morse Practice Tape Service for Beginners & Im George Allan 73 6
Morse Programs Avail to All Gary Bold 26 4
Morse Programs, Free Gary Bold 25 6
Morse Rhythm T. Mansfield 29 38
Morse Trainer MM74 P38 Letters 76 47
Morse Trg by Computer (ltr) H. Schnait 29 45
Morse with MP3 Files Dr G. Bold 89 7
New approach to learning? Neil Trainor 18 41
New Morse Software G. Bold 38 27
New Morse Teaching Program News 80 2
New Morse Teaching Software - Calibrating Keyers - JPS NIR-12 Dr Gary Bold 81 36
New Morse Training Book MFJ Enterprises 56 5
New Version of Morse Tutor Announced News 69 6
On Learning Morse P. Davies 26 27
One Highly Successful Teacher Wm.G. Pierpont 54 22
Plane Language John Worthington 76 32
Practice Morse Dr Gary Bold 82 34
Providing Practice Morse George Allan 63 33
Rhythmic Morse (ltr) Raymond Lee 53 42
RNAS Morse RNAS 1917 55 16
Secret of Learning Morse Code (book review) Tony Smith 7 32
Sending & Spacing Candler Course 33 39
Sending Problems Gary Bold 41 30
Slow Morse Service suspended MERCURY (RSARS) 17 5
Slow Morse, RAFARS QRV (RAFARS) 18 8
So You Want To Be a Morse Test Examiner? - 1 R. Clayton 34 14
So You Want to be a Morse Test Examiner? - 2 R. Clayton 35 36
Sounder or Tone? (ltr) G. Brown 27 46
Taking Down Code Gary Bold 41 31
TASRT Purchase Revised News 85 8
Teaching Morse Dr G. Bold 89 9
Thank You Monika! (ltr) Martin Pirrie 53 42
The Best Way To Learn Morse John Worthington 72 26
The Candler System Wm. G. Pierpont 67 30
The Catlin Method of Sending Morse Code Lynn Burlingame 66 19
The Code Roy Clarke 49 40
The Code Book: Morse Code Instruction Manual (review) Tony Smith 34 38
The 'Code Quick' Method Letters 69 42
The Mill' Available as Shareware Jim Farrior 51 7
The Mill' Free to Morse Instructors Jim Farrior 52 9
The Mill'. American Morse Learning Program Jim Farrior 41 15
The Omnigraph Letters 81 44
The Omnigraph Instruments - Part 1 David R. Pennes 80 29
The Omnigraph Instruments - Part 2 David R. Pennes 81 10
The Step Behind Habit Gaspard Lizee 63 32
The Teaching Learning Environment Wm.G. Pierpont 55 28
Timing Morse Practice Tests (ltr) Ron Wilson 55 4658
Transmitting Plate (The First 'Hand Key') Tony Smith 19 16
Transmitting Plates, More Tony Smith 34 26
Trial period in Class (ltr) I. Sharkey 23 45
Umty Iddy (ltr) Stan Read 53 46
VK Morse Beacon NE Radio Club 35 6
VK6RCW Morse Beacon WIA W.Austraila 38 3
W1AW code schedule ARRL 18 2
Well Done Michael! (ltr) M. Hindley 27 41
Why Farnsworth? Tony Smith 24 36
Why, and What, is '12 wpm'? Gary Bold 43 12
With Learners in Mind Advice from Morseman Dr Gary Bold 70 28
LICENCING 500 kHz for Amateurs? Dutch PTT 59 7
Amateur Morse Test (ltrs) Various 39 45
Amateur Morse Test Review Delayed Until 2001 ITU 55 3
Amateur Morse Test Review Delayed Until 2001 ITU 55 3
Arg CW Group & Future of Telegraphy News 62 8
ARRL Proposes Simplified Amateur Licence Structure ARRL 59 2
ARRL Suggests CW Allocations for Techs w/o Morse Test ARRL 61 4
ARRL Supports Code W5YI Report 27 3
ARRL Will Not Support Change ARRL 50 42
Australian Vote for 5 wpm News 69 7
Canada Approves Basic + 5wpm for 10M News 66 7
Canada Proposes 5 wpm Access to 10 Metres RAC 58 4
Canada Proposes 5 wpm Access to10 Metres RAC 58 4
Code-free Licence? Tony Smith 26 6
Code-free Licences (ltr) Chris Rees 42 47
Confusion Clouds the Issue Peter Davies 60 48
Confusion Clouds the Issue (ltr) Peter Davies 60 44
Crunch Time for Morse Test at WRC-2003 News 70 9
CW as a licence requirement WIA 18 7
CW Will Never Die Robin Phillips 60 45
Danish Morse Test to be 5 wpm Jens H. Nohns 46 3
DARC and the Code, No-Code Debate Letters 66 38
DARC Not Opposing Morse News 66 2
Developments in the Morse Test Controversy Special Report 50 42
Developments on the Morse Test Controversy Special Report 50 42
ditto. News Special 58 8
End of Morse Test? Israel ARC 15 9
Every thing You Ever Wanted to Know About Morse Code F. Maia 29 18
FASC (Future of the Amateur Service Committee) IARU 44 2
FASC 1st Report IARU 48 39
FASC 2nd Report Published IARU 54 2
FASC Conclusion on Amateur Morse Test IARU 46 16
FASC Conclusion on Amateur MorseTest IARU 46 16
FASC Discussion Paper IARU 46 2
FASC Proposal - IARU Region 1 Conference - No Vote on IARU 48 40
FASC Proposal - Radio Amateurs of Canada Support RAC 48 36
FASC Proposal - SOWP Opposes SOWP 48 2
FCC Requests Views on Morse Requirement FCC 60 2
First Reactions to US Amateur Restructuring News 68 2
French No-code Referendum B. Real 29 6
Future of Amateur & Commercial Radiotelegraphy F. Maia 38 8
Future of the Amat. Morse Test IARU Rgn 1 49 4
Germany De-Emphasises Code W5YI Report 58 4
Gleanings from France Radio-REF 28 3
Hidden Agenda? (RSGB) News 27 2
IARU - The Future of Amateur Radio IARU 44 2
IARU Morse Committee IARU 33 3
IARU Morse Committee IARU 34 2
IARU No Change Decision IARU 37 2
IARU Region 3 Conference Supports "No-Code" News 72 9
IARU Region II Conference 1998 IARU 59 2
IARU Rgn 1 Conf. Morse Vote IARU 30 45
IARU Supports Retention of Amateur Morse Test IARU AC 61 2
Is Morse Passing? W/World 1934 55 10
Israel proposes end of Morse test to IARU Region1 Israel ARC 15 9
Israeli delegates challenged HaGal 18 7
Israeli proposal defeated IARU Region 1 16 36
Isreal New Licence Class News 69 8
Liverpool Praises Examiners News 62 7
Morse Code and Amateur Radio IARU 38 14
Morse Use 54 percent ARRL 41 2
New 5 wpm A/B Licence Announced for UK News 64 2
New Approach to Morse Test News 66 4
New Novice Licence Proposed for South Africa News 63 4
New Zealand Seeks to End Morse Test Rule Gary Bold 40 8
No Code - No Theory! Letters 72 45
No Code International (NCI) Statement NCI 59 3
No-code Arguments/France (ltr) M. C-Gailleur 29 43
No-Code Controversy Continues Tony Smith 41 8
No-Code International Bruce Perens 52 7
No-code Proposals - An Update Tony Smith 42 8
No-code Update News (RSGB) 28 6
NZ Amateurs Support Morse NZART 31 4
NZ Code-less Licence - 'No' News 27 3
NZ Govt Seeks Change to No-code NZ 39 1
NZ Morse Test Consultation Exercise NZART 34 2
NZ Morse Test Consultation Exercise NZART 34 2
NZ No-code Controversy (ltrs) Various 41 36
NZ No-code Controversy Continues Tony Smith 41 8
NZ Seeks to Abolish Morse Test Rule Gary Bold 40 8
NZART discusses Morse Test NZART 17 7
NZART Propose New Amateur License Tony Smith 63 8
NZART Statement re Morse Code NZART 38 22
ORACLE F. Maia 38 12
ORACLE Campaign W5YI Report 54 4
ORACLE Campaign to End Amateur Morse test W5YI Report 54 4
ORACLE'S View ORACLE 40 14
Petition Filed to Reduce US Code Allocation News 69 4
Petition to Retain 20wpm for US Extra Class News 69 5
Proposed New Amature Licensin in N. Zealand News 69 3
Proposes Interim 5 wpm test. RSGB 58 4
RA Meets its Customers Zyg Nilski 59 18
RA Seeks RSGB Views on Morse Test RSGB 44 3
RA Seeks RSGB's Views on Morse Test RSGB 44 3
RA Seeks Views on Morse Test Controversy RA 61 3
RA Strategy, Rev'n of Amat. Morse Test included in RA 60 2
RAC to ask Industry Canada to drop 12wpm News 68 8
Radio Amateurs of Canada Support End of Morse RAC 48 36
REF Position on CW IARU Rgn 1 31 3
RSGB & the Morse Test - More Confusion! News Special 59 12
RSGB and the Morse Test (ltr) Bob Locher 58 45
RSGB Breaks Ranks with IARU IARU Rgn 1 EC 61 3
RSGB Morse Vote IARU Rgn 1 31 2
RSGB Survey RSGB 44 3
RSGB Survey on Quals and Licensing Structure forUK RSGB 44 3
RSGB Survey Results RSGB 31 4
RSGB Survey Results RSGB 49 3
SARL Proposes 5 wpm Test SARL 61 5
Spanish Morse Test, The Mike Molina 7 11
Stop Press - IARU Region 1 Conference in Israel IARU 48 40
Support Growing to Keep Amateur Morse Test News 50 2
Support Growing to Keep AmateurMorse Test News 50 2
The End of an Era Roy Clayton 61 24
The Future of Amateur and Commercial Radiotelegraphy F. Maia 38 8
UFT-VP Calls for Action La Pioche 44 4
'Undemocratic' Comments Misplaced (ltr) Don Beattie 61 44
USA Reduces Code Requirement to 5 wpm News 68 2
Very much alive Stan Barr 16 29
Voice of Sanity in Morse Test Controversy (ltr) Roy Clayton 59 58
Well Presented Review Fred Johnson 60 44
What's Happening at the RSGB? Editorial 58 1
Worldwide Comments on Amateur Morse News 66 9
WRC Amateur Morse Test Review - Further Delays RadCom 56 5
WRC Amateur Morse Test Review -Further Delays? RadCom 56 5
WRC Date Change ITU 59 2
WRC-95 Report Tony Smith 43 10
WRC-99 - Morse Issue to be Deferred IARU Region 1 53 4
WRC-99 Amateur Morse Issue to beDeferred? IARU Region 1 53 4
Year 2000 - World Radio Conference News 63 4
LIGHT SIGNALLING Lamp Signalling Daylight (ltrs) Various 26 47
Lamps and Whistles Gus Taylor 20 36
Morse Signalling Torch Letters 69 39
Morse Signalling Torch Letters 70 43
Reading Visual Signalling J. Elwood 39 44
Reading Visual Signalling (ltr) Bill Lord 40 46
Reading Visual Signalling (ltr) Duncan Leak 41 44
Reading Visual Signalling (ltr) Bill Lord 42 45
Signalling Lights MM68 P.40 Letters 71 45
Signalling' Series of Will's Cigarette Cards Nrs 1 - 3 50 C
Signalling torch by Shimwell Alexander & Co. Letters 68 40
The Telegraph Electricity' 1887 53 22
Visual signalling equipment and procedures Various 22 40
LINE TELEGRAPHY 150th Anniv of First Message USA 31 6
A Great Telegraph Feat 1886 3 45
A Tribute to Spru Frank Spruhan 58 20
Airborne earth L. Moreau 21 35
Alaska Telegraph, The First Richard Thomas 49 8
Alfred Vail, another view J.D. Reid 24 35
Alfred Vail's Magnetic Friendship with Morse - 1 Hist. Speedwell 20 26
Alfred Vail's Magnetic Friendship with Morse - 2 Hist. Speedwell 21 10
All the lines are Morse Saml Morse 1856 19 28
American Telegrapher, The (book review) Jim Haynes 40 26
Among the Last of Them L.A. Bailey 61 26
Assoc Press, Morse in the A. Keel 32 6
Australia, Telegraphy in, 1953-61 (and after) Allan Moore 48 26
Australian 140th Anniversary Morsecodians 35 6
Australian Country Telegrapher Kevin Curtis 8 40
Australian P.O. Time John Houlder 14 24
Baggage Telegraphers Don deNeuf 26 5
Bain's chemical telegraph Don deNeuf 18 34
BATH Telegraph, Introducing Tony Smith 5 24
BATH Telegraph, Tales from - 1 F.W. Thomas 6 36
BATH Telegraph, Tales from - 2 Thomas/Bailey 10 17
Before the Flying Doctor D. Van de Pol 1 33
Brigham Young Deseret Telegraph Richard L. Thomas 62 14
Brigham Young's Telegraphist Richard L. Thomas 62 16
Bunnell wasn't there! Louise Moreau 20 15
Canada still has annual Morse line Edmonton Exmnr 18 28
Canadian Railway Telegraph History (Robert Burnet) Tony Smith 50 22
Celerity of Morse's Telegraph Lardner, 1854 1 15
Centennial of First Morse Message, Memory of (ltr) H.M. Solomon 47 46
Chinese Dit-Dahs Don deNeuf 33 7
Civil War telegraphy Don deNeuf 18 21
Comparison of USA & UK Telegraphs Letters 68 43
Creed, F.G., Inventor Extraordinary Fred Barnes 17 22
Curiosities of the wire, 1876 Teleg. Journal 10 42
Deadhead Tony Smith 19 26
Demise of the press sounder Fred Barnes 13 26
Did Money Change Hands? R.L. Thomas 37 35
Double Needle Speed (ltr) J. Worthington 25 44
Double Needle, Using the (ltr) B. Guest 24 43
Dujardin, Inventions of Dr. M. Charbon 35 18
Early Morse Recording Instrument Lardner 1854 50 BC
Early Telegraphs on the Line Ted Jones 37 26
Early Telegraphy in Western Australia Ted Jones 56 24
Edison, Tom, Telegrapher Tony Smith 1 24
Electric Telegraph Message Morsecodians 40 C
Electromagnets in Telegraph Instruments L.E. 'Ed' Trump 46 12
Erection of telegraph pole in East Goldsmid, 1874 (illustration) E. Geoffrey Walsh 80 17
Faster manual Morse - 1 Kaye Weedon 10 20
Faster manual Morse - 2 Kaye Weedon 11 41
Fiendish instrument, A (ltr) J. Simpson 21 41
First Message Commemoration (ltr) C. Blunn 36 47
First Morse line, The Tony Smith 19 21
First OK, That Comment 11 34
First OK?, The A. Hopwood 9 33
Fullerphone, The Louis Meulstee 5 29
Glass Cover for Galvo (ltr) F.V. Berghen 50 60
Great day at Dubbo Australia 7 41
Great Northern Telegraph Company, The GNT 59 46
GWR Morse Ray Pascoe 14 10
History of the Australian Telegraph Letters 80 45
How to Work with Brutal Morsemen T.J. Smith 37 42
I like the sound of Morse D.A. Whitbread 17 16
Indo-European Telegraph Don deNeuf 3 43
Just Remember! C.P. Krause 31 39
Landing the (Dover/France) Cable in the mud Illustrated by London News 80 16
Landlines in the RAF R.K. Taylor 17 40
Lead Weight as attached to the cable to France. Bright 1898. E. Geoffrey Walsh 80 12
Learning the Other Code Wm.G. Pierpont 41 12
Looking Back Violet Wright 13 35
Looking back-1 (LB&SCR) Violet Wright 12 41
Looking back-2 Violet Wright 13 35
Looking back-2 (Exchange Telegraph) Violet Wright 13 35
Looking back-2 (Extel) Violet Wright 13 35
Magnetic Relay (ltr) G. Stancey 26 37
Magnificent Invention, A Alfred Vail 19 10
Married by Telegraph 1876 36 6
Memories of Western Union A. C. Stevens 16 18
Monument to Telegraph Line Marks Highway Gunnar Eriksson 81 21
Morse in the NZ Post Office Aubrey Curry 16 4
Morse Inker (ltr) F.V. Berghen 49 45
Morse Relic, A Teleg Jnl 1884 10 25
Morsecodians at Alice 1999 News 64 3
Morsecodians at Alice 2000 News 70 6
Morsecodians at Alice '93 John Houlder 29 2
Morsecodians at Alice '94 John Houlder 34 4
Morsecodians at Alice '95 John Houlder 41 3
Morsecodians at Alice '96 John Houlder 46 3
Morsecodians at Alice '97 John Houlder 53 5
Morsecodians at Alice Springs John Houlder 24 2
Morsecodians at Longreach John Houlder 25 5
Morsecodians celebrations John Houlder 21 3
Morsecodians. Alice on line again John Houlder 17 32
Morsecodians. Australian 140th Anniv of 1st telegraph Morsecodians 31 5
Morsecodians. Operation Alice John Houlder 13 7
Morse's Recording Instrument 1887 43 BC
Needle Telegraph? Letters 67 45
No European patents (1838) J. Munro (1891) 19 13
Nodal Point in International Communications-Dover & History of Teleg E. Geoffrey Walsh 80 10
Old Time Radio Macalee Hime 66 46
Oldest Working Galvo? (ltr) J. Houlder 25 42
On the mill Geoff Arnold 18 17
P.O. operator's guide Graeme Wormald 15 34
Post Office telegraphist May Sowter 15 15
Postal Telegraph Company, The Don deNeuf 31 42
Power Sources for Telegraph Circuits L.E. 'Ed' Trump 45 40
Quadruplex Don K. deNeuf 20 34
Radio & Rly Morse in Canada M. Lynn 24 30
Railway Morse is different Dave Keen 11 1
Reminiscences of Wellington Telegraph Neville Copeland 63 26
Restoration of a Morse Sounder D. Goacher 21 20
Role of the Telegraph in the South African War 1899-1902 Ted Jones 64 37
Single needle on the LNER - 1 LNER 23 32
Single needle on the LNER - 2 LNER 24 11
Sir Francis Rolands Electrical Telegraphy Dr. E G. Walsh 88 31
Solenoid Sounder, Make Your Own Jim Farrior 47 8
Solenoid Winners MM 48 10
Solenoid Winners MM 51 11
Solenoids, More Available Dan Keen 50 5
Sounder drawings available Dennis Goacher 20 6
Sounder, Early (ltr) I. Gurton 26 40
Sounders on the pier Gus Taylor 10 30
Speedwell and the Telegraph Tony Smith 19 14
Students' manual, 1884 J.H. Bunnell 7 45
Sutel 40, The Louis Meulstee 15 1
Swiss telegraphs Baedeker, 1901 18 40
Table of Working Currents of PO Instruments Tel, 1895, Preece 41 BC
Tasmania, Telegraph in E.F. Jones 25 12
Telegram from Son Ends Texas Drought News 70 10
Telegram from Timbertown Australia 10 10
Telegraph Demo at AP Celebrations Aubrey Keel 5 6 5
Telegraph Instrument Use in Circuit Observation L.E. 'Ed' Trump 44 26
Telegraph, The (book review) Tony Smith 31 20
Telegraphs in the Franco-German War 1870-71 Ted Jones 68 29
Telegraphy Demonstrations with High School Students D. Alderdice 30 32
Testing on Open Wire Telegraph lines L.E. "Ed" Trump 69 26
The Ballina Telegraph Office John Alcorn 82 7
The Batteries of Telegraphy Dr G. Bold 89 14
The cable laying ship, the Goliah leaving Dover (illustration) Illustrated by London News 80 13
The Coming og Telegraph to Arkansas Edward C. Newton 75 17
The Deal Telegraph Fred Knight 81 8
The First Women Telegrapher Richard L. Thomas 68 26
The Indo - European Telegraph Rev. Duncan Leak 68 27
The massive reel of wire on the Goliah (illustration) Cable & Wireless Ltd. 80 12
The Telegraph Electricity' 1887 53 22
Thin Red Lines, The (review) Cable & W'less 24 26
Touch Project News 79 3
Two Tone Telegraphy Morse with a Difference John Packer 62 28
Up, Up and Away! (1872) US Sig. Service 31 29
USA/Australia dial-up link Bill Dunbar 18 6
Vibrating Telegraphs Dennis Goacher 49 13
Volunteers Wanted For Telegraph Re-enact. Letters 69 38
We Know the Feeling! (ltr) R.L. Thomas 49 48
Western Union Messenger L.A. Bailey 47 14
What happened to the Sounder? J.T. Blackwood 4 4
What hath God Wrought! Tony Smith 19 24
What Hath God Wrought! (expanded) Tony Smith 33 18
Wheatstone Tape, Measuring G. Lizee 36 36
When Morse Reigned Supreme R. Angove 30 20
Who Buzzed First? Tony Smith 26 12
Who was at the Key - 2 L.R. Moreau 29 14
Who was at the Key? - 1 L.R. Moreau 28 30
Who was Prof. Daubeny? Tony Smith 49 38
Who was the first sound reader? Tony Smith 21 36
Wire can be seen running up cliff at Cape Grisnez, France (illustration) Illustrated by London News 80 13
World's biggest sounder Don deNeuf 19 41
World's Youngest Telegrapher? Macalee Hime 66 22
MARITIME (SEE ALSO 'NAVY') "Wireless Giant of the Pacific" again be heard News 70 8
100 Yrs. Of Maritime Radio at Cuxhaven News 71 5
500 kHz Logs from NMC News 80 4
500kc/s Story - Part 1 Jeffrey Herman 57 6
500kc/s Story - Part 2 Jeffrey Herman 58 24
500kc/s Story - Part 3 Jeffrey Herman 59 36
A Captain and a King Ero Erickson 20 32
An innocent abroad J.L. Sykes 18 18
Another Service Closes (Halifax Radio VCS) (ltr) Geoff Williams 48 48
Antarctic Memories Neville Copeland 75 20
Auction of Rare Titanic Signals News 82 6
Borkum - First Official Coast Stations in Germany G. Ulsamer 32 34
British Telecom still using Morse John Chappell 6 39
Cat that learned Morse, The Fred G. Shaw 8 47
CD of Coast Station Farewells News 69 8
Closure of UK 500 KHz and MF Comm. Morse Service Brit. Telecom 55 2
Closure of UK 500 KHz Watch Correction 56 48
Closures, More (C/Stns) (ltr) B. Morris 27 43
Code exemption extended W5YI REPORT 20 7
Cullercoasts Radio GCC William P. Jones 72 30
CW Coast Stations Still Busy News 74 4
CW Still Very Active in Third World R.J. Ostrowski 47 2
CW Used in Major Rescue Operation ARA Report 54 7
CW-Super Station Op Assists in Life-saving Operation Globe Wireless 55 2
CW-Super-Station Globe Wireless 53 2
DAN, Farewell from M. Pouw-Arnold 44 4
Deep in the Heart of Texas - 1 J. Sykes 35 28
Deep in the Heart of Texas - 2 J. Sykes 36 26
Deep Sea Sparks (by Olive J. Carroll) book review G. Arnold 37 22
Earthquake Memories E. Erickson 26 34
End of V5W/ZSV Walvis Bay Letters 74 46
Exchange of Pleasantries (ltr) John P. Evans 56 47
Expensive Radiograms (ltr) David Dunn 46 46
Fake telegram J. Noordegraaf 14 8
Farewell Portishead Morse Pro/Am Event David Barlow 70 13
FCC end man W/T for GMDSS vessels FCC 46 2
FFL, Closure of Bruce Morris 50 2
Fold Out QSL Card from the PCH Farewell Party G4ETQ 63 IBC
French Coast Stations, No More on 500 kHz News 50 2
Future of Amateur & Commercial Radiotelegraphy F. Maia 38 8
GCC Cullercoasts Radio Letters 73 43
GMDSS & 500 kHz Not Compatible WWB 31 4
GMDSS comes nearer W5YI Report 21 2
GMDSS Frustration Ocean Voice 32 4
GMDSS Implemenation Problems News 52 2
GMDSS News ARA Report 54 8
GMDSS Phasing-In FCC 28 6
GMDSS Problems W5YI Report 36 4
GMDSS Problems BBC TV 47 3
GMDSS Update -Problems Ahead WWB 60 8
GMDSS. End of the RO using hi-tech communication B. Maconachie 7 36
Godalming Ruled the Air Waves Titanic Weekend News 80 2
Goodbye Maritime Morse? -Not Yet- Bruce Morris 62 10
Hanalei, SS, The wreck of Haraden Pratt 1 39
Home-Brew J. Sykes 34 30
Ice ahead! (Titanic) Tony Smith 3 2
Icelandic Mystery (ltr) R.H. Stefansson 32 48
In Memoriam, cassette tape Bruce Morris 18 11
It helps to know Morse Ken Rushall 12 21
John George (Jack) Phillips John Young 80 8
KFS, Commercial CW at R. Deakin 26 9
KFS, More on (ltr) Rod B. Deakin 27 47
Kon-Tiki Expedition (ltr) Einar Hogseth 52 46
KPH on 500kc News 75 7
KPH Wireless of the Pacific Dick Dillman 66 26
KPH/KFS Last Messages News 65 8
KPH-Wireless Giant Letters 67 41
Lamps and Whistles Gus Taylor 20 36
Language of Maritime Teleg. B. Johnson 34 40
Last N. American Morse Maritime Station Closes News 64 3
Marconi Radio Officer Advert 1961 34 BC
Maritime CW (Coast Stations) News 42 2
Maritime CW Far from Dead! World W/Beacon 35 3
Maritime Memories Albert Spaans 69 10
Maritime Radio Month, Portishead and Coast Station Events David Barlow 64 41
More on 'Maggie' and the Titanic Dr Ken Jones 79 23
Morse Code to the RescueWorld Maritime News 52 8
Morse is Not Dead Ellis Maris Jr 51 9
Morse signal prevents disaster Jan van As 2 22
My best CW... at 1 wpm! Chris Lovell 6 33
Norddeich Radio - Won't lie down! WUN 50 3
Norddeich Radio/DAN, Last Morsefrom Bruce Morris 48 11
Obey the rules! 'Ex Sparks' 23 15
PCH Radio Amateur Farewell Day PCH 61 6
PCH Reunion News 62 5
PCH to Close Down Dutch Press 53 2
PCH, A 90 Year-old Celebrity G. v.d. Werf 37 6
PCH, Happy Birthday (ltr) R. Clayton 36 46
PCH/Scheveningenradio 90 Years K. Lagerberg 35 9
Perfect cache, The J.L. Sykes 5 19
Picture Ferdinand Braun News 71 5
Picture of Titanic-type Operating Room on RMS Olympic Marconi plc. 79 25
Plea to Keep Morse Shipping 35 4
Portihead Radio - Special Event News 62 9
Portishead Gone News 70 2
Portishead Radio - 75 years L..Bennett 36 4
Portishead Radio Final Farewell News 69 2
Portishead Radio Today R. Marshall 32 26
Positions and Points (ltrs) Various 55 47
Premonition? M. Robertson 3 8
QRT 500 Video Excellent (ltr) Dave Gunning 61 46
'R', use of for decimal point? Geoff Arnold 53 1
R.I.P. Record It Please Bruce Morris 11 6
Radio Officers' Association of Europe P. Durkin 47 9
Radio Programme on End of Maritime Morse News 65 8
Radio Room Carpathia Letters 81 45
Radiocommun ications Agency 53 3
Reconstruction of Titanic's wireless equipment Dr Gary Bold 78 31
Remarkable Development 1909-11 P/Electricity 55 16
Remember the Batory? (ltr) R. James 35 42
Reprieve, The J.L. Sykes 31 36
Rodent Revels J.L. Sykes 1 42
Rudder-Joke J.L. Sykes 32 12
Russian SOS (Alla Tarasova) News Report 47 3
Saltwater Memories John Cave 61 32
SAQ, Last Message from B. Gustafsson 49 5
Scheveningen PHC Farewell Party News 62 3
Search for Yachtswoman The Times 38 4
Secrecy Notice PMG 35 BC
Secret Signals Steve McCallum 52 40
Semi-Automatics at Sea (ltr) J. Beech 31 46
Semi-Automatics at Sea (ltr) R. Prosser 33 44
Shipboard Watchkeeping - 1 Geoff Arnold 52 48
Shipboard Watchkeeping - 2 Geoff Arnold 53 48
Signals from the Titanic and Audio CW Filters Dr Gary Bold 78 30
SOS via auto-alarm Don deNeuf 8 38
Sparks, What's Going On? News 79 6
Special Award for Coast Station Event News 68 6
Special Callsigns for Scandinavia News 62 5
Special Transmission for German Maritime News 66 8
Special Tribute - Maritime Morse Bruce Morris 62 4
Standard Ship Radio Room on passenger ship Carpathia Marconi plc. 79 31
Steam Morse (1876) Teleg. Journal 33 39
Tale of a First Tripper Leonard Moss 47 27
Tel. Manipulating Key Design H.J.H. Wassell 30 6
Thank God for 500kHz Andy Bourassa 18 11
The End of Maritime Morse in N. America Dick Dillman 65 9
The North Eastern School of Wireless Teleg. Tony Smith 66 29
The North Eastern School of Wireless Teleg. Letters 67 43
The North Eastern School of Wireless Teleg. Letters 67 44
The North Eastern School of Wireless Teleg. Letters 68 39
The Olympic Operator's Position Marconi plc. 79 24
The Portishead Trophy News 70 7
The Titanic Wireless System W. P. Jones 80 40
This Man Has The Job John Hann 52 35
Titanic Morse Key Type Confirmed Geoff Arnold 51 8
Titanic, Keying the Geoff Arnold 50 26
Tourists Love Live CW on Queen Mary News 78 7
UK Farewell to 500 kHz News 56 2
UK Maritime Radio Responsibilities Transfer ications Agency 53 3
UK MF W/T Wx Broadcasts Ceased B. Morris 35 4
UK Morse Distress Watch to Cease on 31 December 1997 DoT 50 3
UK Morse Distress Watch to Closeon 31.12.97 DoT 50 3
UK Shore Stations - 1944 (ltr) Jim Farrior 58 46
UK Spectrum Strategy Published RA 53 3
Unusual Results of Early German Transmiss. Martin Hengemuehle 67 14
US Commerc. Exams, New System FCC 27 6
USCG Abandons HF CW Service USCG 39 2
USCG Ceasing MF CW Off. Notice 26 5
USCG Last Code Transmission Award S.E. Watkins 48 46
USCG Last Code Transmission Award (ltr) S.E. Watkins 48 46
USCG Morse Broadcasts to Cease Ocean Voice 35 4
USCG NMN Closedown G. Williams 39 36
VIT, A Visit to Gary Bold 31 11
Voices from the Past Titanic Survivors on Tape Special Event Station News 79 2
W2AX Attempts to Fill Shipboard CW Gap ARRL Letter 52 8
W2AX Attempts to Fill ShipboardCW Gap ARRL Letter 52 8
Wartime Radio Operations at Port Lockory Alan Carroll 70 17
Which Alphabet Was That? Brian Faulkner 52 34
Wireless Aids Man-hunt R. Redwood 36 40
Women of Wireless Olive Roeckner 27 34
MARS (MILITARY AFFILIATE RADIO S CW Back - Report Incorrect MARS 54 2
CW Back on MARS MARS 53 2
MARS (MILITARY AFFILIATE RADIO SYSTEM) W5YI Report 48 11
MARS Converts to Digital Modes W5YI Report 48 11
MISCELLANEOUS "Wireless Bridges the Atlantic" Commem Coin News 75 3
599 in Malta Rolf von Allmen 86 46
A few thoughts on the name 'Morse' The Morse Soc. 19 30
A Few Thoughts on the Name of 'Morse' The Morse Soc. 19 30
Adieu to CW Roy Clayton 51 26
Adwehr Enigma Machine Returned News 80 6
African Telegraphs Letters 84 44
All Thanks to Morse! IoW Cnty Press 31 6
Ancient ciphers (ltr) C.P.Krause 22 43
Archbishop Learned Morse Daily Telegraph 50 8
Automatic Morse Transmitter 1940 52 32
Auxiliary Callsigns (ltr) J.W. Martin 44 40
Barter, circa 1925 J.L. Sykes 10 46
Baseball by Morse Sonny Payne 51 12
BBC Programme Celebrates Morse Code News 64 5
Cable Wagons Geoffrey Walsh 84 34
Calls You Have Loved (ltr) Doug Coe 50 56
Calls You Have Loved (ltrs) Various 51 45
Calls You Have Loved (ltrs) Various 52 43
Cenetenary Celebration of Marconi's Milestone David Barlow 74 10
Channel Islands Enigma Machine Letters 80 46
Christmas is coming J.L. Sykes 2 44
Civilion Technical Corps Information Needed Letters 71 43
Contact Cleaner Cal-Av Labs 32 23
Corset Bug (ltr) Jack Barker 42 48
Creed Coding (ltr) A. Hobden 37 46
Creed Coding? (ltr) A. Hobden 36 47
CW coherer pills Canadian Amatr 20 9
Data Protection Act 1984 MM 9 25
Death of Creator of Singing Telegram People Magazine 49 5
Death of Creator of Singing Telegram People Magazine 49 5
Definitive Publication J.H. Smith 37 46
Dental Morse prank (ltr) J. Mathisrud 24 46
Do You Know Wyn Davies? John Francis 41 6
Dot Dot Dash BBC broadcast 28 2
Dot-Dash Jewellery John McGinty 83 4
Dramatic Morse (ltr) R. Prosser 36 44
Early Photography (SFBM) Tony Smith 19 9
ENIGMA (ltr) T. Timme 35 43
Enigmas At The Dayton Hamfest Tom Perera 81 7
From Radar to Morse Reminiscences Wanted News 68 6
G4ZPY Ham-boree in Hawaii G4ZPY 55 4
G4ZPY in Hawaii G4ZPY 48 5
Golden Section Interest J. Lycett 28 5
Ham Band CD News 86 5
Height Measuring Inst. (ltr) Peter Holtham 57 46
Home brewed C ON4WD 3 39
Home-made Morse Guardian 28 2
How Does a Coherer Work? Letters 84 43
How to Read Ads Horn of Plenty 50 44
I'm Reading Your Key Clicks Albert Heyes 43 45
I'm Reading Your Key Clicks (ltr) Albert Heyes 43 45
Inappropriate Telephone Jingle Letters 84 44
Inappropriate Telephone Jingle Various 85 40
Inappropriate Telepnone Jingles Chris Mortimer - letter 86 46
International Telegraph Conventions Letters 75 47
It Lives! Min. of Defence 45 6
It will never work! Heinrich Hertz 5 41
Johnny Cash, CW Ham Dr G. Bold 89 13
Kachina 505DSP Discontinued News 76 2
Kids Read About Morse No Kidding! 50 8
Koch Researches, The (ltr) Dave Clarke 59 59
Learning Q Codes - Poem Lee Grant 89 28
List of type No's. relating to Marconi marine Eq. Letters 75 45
London Calling (leaflet) BBC 36 32
London Calling (ltr) G. Taylor 33 43
London Calling (ltr) M. Pouw-Arnold 35 44
London Calling Overseas (ltr) J. Brunton 31 48
London Calling Overseas (ltr) C. Hammett 32 46
Long Route to the Code Carl Lodstrom 60 38
Marconi in Switzerland Letters 77 43
Marconi's Centenaries in 1999 - Booklet News 74 8
MARS to Discontinue CW MARS 41 22
Media CW (ltr) C. Passet 24 43
Media CW (ltr) M. Pouw-Arnold 41 40
Media CW (ltr) Dr Jon Iza 42 46
Media CW (More) (ltr) B. Eldridge 28 43
Media CW (More) (ltrs) Various 25 43
Media CW (More) (ltrs) Various 26 45
Media CW (QAM no More!) (ltr) M. Pouw-Arnold 31 43
Media CW (Yet More) (ltr) T. Zimmer 27 45
Memories of Morse Telecom Today 3 33
Mercurians, The SHOT 51 9
MISCELLANEOUS Roy Clayton 51 26
MM Mini-Meet J. Lycett 31 9
Morse 78's Norman Field 18 10
Morse Alive & Well - Victoria - Letter Peter Shaw 82 42
Morse at the Movies (ltr) H.A. Solomon 28 45
Morse at the Movies (ltr) W. Cornish 33 43
Morse at the Movies (ltr) M. Pouw-Arnold 35 42
Morse at the Movies (ltrs) Various 31 45
Morse by Steam Whistle John Packer 63 17
Morse Code Saves the World Tony Smith 48 4
Morse Code Saves the World! (Film - IndependenceDay) Tony Smith 48 4
Morse Collectible (Globe) Wall Street Jnl 49 6
Morse Ephemera Wanted Tony Smith 41 4
Morse Fonts Dr G. Bold 88 11
Morse in Advertising (ltr) Richard Thomas 48 47
Morse in Great Houses E.F. Jones 31 22
Morse in Great Houses (ltr) G. Taylor 33 48
Morse in Hard Disc Drive (ltr) D. Goacher 26 39
Morse in the Media (ltr) Ron Horsley 51 41
Morse in the WSJ Wall Street Jnl 55 5
Morse Jewellery (ltr) M. Pouw-Arnold 45 48
Morse Lives! GCHQ Advert. 28 2
Morse Marked Money Don deNeuf 4 8
Morse Music (ltr) M. Pouw-Arnold 26 37
Morse Music (ltr) C. Bisaillion 28 43
Morse Music (ltr) M. Pouw-Arnold 30 48
Morse on TV and Radio in Zambia Brian Otter 49 48
Morse on TV and Radio in Zambia(ltr) Brian Otter 49 48
Morse Phone Card (ltr) H. Jacob 32 47
Morsum is Best! (ltr) R. Harry 26 40
Musical Telegraph Memento, A 1882 25 35
New application for Morse G. Arnold 24 9
New Canadian Territory - VY0 News 63 5
New Morse Column in 'The Canadian Amateur' RAC 51 7
New Morse Column in 'The Canadian Amateur' RAC 51 7
New Radio Room Clock News 88 3
News of the Platypus (telegram) 1884 43 21
No-Go Area? USA 59 60
Not a Real Amateur! (ltr) R. Q. Marris 46 47
Not Guilty! Derek Nicholls 5 23
Novice News of the Month WW, 1913 31 34
Numbers Station Puzzle Chris Midgley 54 46
Oasis and Morse Roy Clayton 53 46
OK for Morse! La Pioche 48 35
Other Applics for Morse (ltr) B. Eldridge 29 40
Other Applics for Morse (ltr) R. Stefansson 31 48
Our Wireless Heritage Ken Jones 85 39
Paying for Super Keyer II (ltr) E. Langton 29 42
Preservation Essential (ltr) Robert Betts 51 41
Propagation data bulletins W/Data Centre 20 3
Publicity for Key Collection News 87 7
QRP Component Co - New Shop Chris Rees 43 8
Queen's Speech by Telegraph David Lane 87 35
Radio Ham Makes Automatic Sender Everyday Science 1936 51 31
Radio Ham Makes Automatic Sender 1936 51 31
RCA Morse Key Tie Clip Chris Bisaillion 88 12
Readers Survey - The Results Zyg Nilski 63 31
Reminder of Schooldays Guy Warburton 60 45
SAQ on the Air Again News 81 4
Secret Sign (ltr) Richard Putnam 56 47
Seeking Correspondents (ltr) P. Cleveland 34 47
Send Morse to Your Dog Gary Bold 41 27
Shades of CRTB! John Houlder 59 57
Solenoid Winners MM 48 10
Solenoid Winners MM 51 11
Solenoids, More Available Dan Keen 50 5
Sound of Spark, The (tape available) J. Iza 36 48
Special Screwdrivers C. Bisaillion 55 48
Spectrum Analyser Morse (ltr) H. Jacob 26 39
Spot the Killer! (Insp. Morse) LWT 27 7
Station of Nell Corry - 2nd female Brit amateur MM 75 16
Subs for USA - New Arrangments Wise Owl 27 10
Surprise (tattooed legs) D. Express 29 38
Telegraph grade abolished B. Telecom 23 2
Telegraph Treasures in Film News 86 8
Telegraphy in Action James S.Farrior 54 26
Testing & Context Wm. G. Pierpont 31 34
Thanks to BT Archives Letters 76 46
The "Oh, What a Pity" Showcase Gustavo A. Coll 84 21
The Baghdad Battery Dr G. Bold 89 15
The Lay of the Last Signalman Supplied by Wyn Davies 89 IBC
The Mill' Free to Morse Instructors MM 52 9
The Sound of Spark J. Iza 36 48
Thoughts on my 85th birthday J.L. Sykes 3 46
Trade Union Morse (ltr) C. MacKinnon 29 39
Trees as Clandestine Aerials Letters 73 44
TV Morse Game (ltr) M. Pouw-Arnold 46 46
Untitled story H. Watterson 8 28
Vail Correspondent, The T. French 25 7
Vibroplex Foundation Created Vibroplex Co 53 7
Vintage Equipment Fraud Convicted News 67 3
Vintage Military Manuals I. Mant 36 3
Wasp's Nest Kon-Tiki Expdn 59 60
Weather Kites (ltr) G. Taylor 33 45
Welcome to Morsecodians President MM 52 9
Well Done Jessica! David Barlow 52 7
We've Got it Made! (ltr) Gerald Stancey 61 44
What's that ticking? SRC Lex 2 29
Whispers from the Past Fred Alder 83 40
Why 30 To End Newspaper Stories Richard L. Thomas 75 22
World's fastest and tallest Harry Turner 17 15
Write About MM Tony Smith 43 8
Zulu Boys, The John Hill 57 12
MORSE CODE 5 Wpm Morse Now Law in Australia News 71 4
A Century of Dots and Dashes - Looking Back from 1954 Sunday Advertiser, Adelaide 79 40
A Morse @ Symbol Dr G. Bold 88 9
AM Buzzer Practice Boards MM69, P.35 Letters 72 44
American Morse Alive and Well News 69 7
American Morse Code vs. Continental Don deNeuf 69 31
American Morse mystery Tony Smith 4 21
An Amusing Way to Preserve your Morse Code Jean-Yves Morin 64 22
Answers About Non-English Morse MM 51 32
Arabic Morse Still Used Harry Brooks 52 6
Arolish R. Gould-King 53 12
Automatic SOS Sender Letters 72 45
Automorse Letters 73 45
AutoMorse Letter MM73 Letters 74 46
Automorse MM71 P.27 Letters 72 44
Bluffing Through the Code Donald K.deNeuf 67 40
Bulldog Iambic Paddle & Falling Morse Standard Dr Gary Bold 75 12
Burmese Morse (ltr) Stan Barr 43 47
Cecil Goyder Letters 74 47
Changes in the Code (ltr) B. Hammond 26 48
Chinese Dit-Dahs D. deNeuf 33 7
Chinese Morse Stanley Read 44 10
Chinese Style Morse Code - In Esperanto Duncan Leak 48 11
Chinese Style Morse Code - In Esperanto! Duncan Leak 48 11
Code Efficiency Gary Bold 46 42
Code Quick Method MM69 P.42 Letters 71 45
Copying CW is Good Therapy (ltrs) Albert Heyes 62 43
Copying Morse (ltrs) H. Neill 62 42
Counting in Fives Dr G. Bold 87 30
CW Notes With Character George F. Frankin 64 32
CW Transatlantic QSO on LF completed News 74 5
CW Under the Stars - and More Gary Bold 60 12
Danish Watchmaker Created the Chinese Morse System Kurt Jacobsen 51 14
Danish Watchmaker Created the Chinese Morse System Kurt Jacobsen 51 14
Did Morse get it right? A.S. Chester 3 24
Ergonomic Iambic Keying Letters 65 42
EUROCOM Supports 5 Wpm News 71 2
European Landline Bugs? Letters 74 44
Every thing You Ever Wanted to Know About Morse Code F. Maia 29 18
Evolution of the International Morse Code - II Tony Smith 87 11
Evolution of the International Morse Code-I Tony Smith 86 26
From one code to another Tony Smith 19 2
Hebrew telegraph code Don K. deNeuf 17 39
How a Bug Key Works News 87 6
IARU Supports Abolition of Morse Test News 78 3
Implications if Morse Test Dropped at WRC2003 News 76 3
Industry Canada Confirms 5wpm News 75 3
Japanese operators' difficulties, The Reprint, 1924 15 42
Japanese Telegraph Code Reprint, 1924 15 42
Key Notes Letters 80 47
Keyboard Characters Morse Equivalents Letters 69 36
Kista Dan, 1953/54 Lauritzen Group 77 31
Learning the Other Code Wm.G. Pierpont 41 12
Macquarie Island 1969. Ray Langtip Sending Morse R. Langtip 77 30
Magic in 1924 - 1 Dr Gary Bold 73 8
Magic in 1924 - 2 Dr Gary Bold 74 19
Magical Memories Letters 73 43
Mathematical Analyses of Telegraphic Signalling E. Geoffrey Walsh 71 8
McElroy Sets World CW Copying Record - 75.2 Tony Ricicki 70 26
Meaning of CW, The Ed Sieb 60 20
Messages Music and Morse E. Geoffrey Walsh 82 9
Messages Music and Morse - Part 2 - Geoffrey Walsh 83 29
Messages, Music and Morse Letters 84 46
Morse and Mobile Phones Roy Clayton 73 7
Morse Clickers and Telegraph Codes (MM68) Letters 69 40
MORSE CODE Tony Smith 4 21
Morse Code - New Places for an Old Art A. Prather 30 37
Morse Code "I Love You" News 67 5
Morse Code for @ News 88 4
Morse Code. New Places for an Old Art? A. Prather 30 37
Morse in the Australian Antarctic Pt.6 - 1960's Allan Moore 76 26
Morse in the Australian Antartic Pt 7 - Supporting Services Allan Moore 77 29
Morse in the Australian Antartic Pt 8 - End of the Road Allan Moore 78 15
Morse in the Australian Antartic Pt.1 - ANARE Allan Moore 71 16
Morse in the Australian Antartic Pt.2 - Island Exp Allan Moore 72 11
Morse in the Australian Antartic Pt.3 - First Cont Allan Moore 73 14
Morse in the Australian Antartic Pt.4 - Improved.. Allan Moore 74 31
Morse in the Australian Antartic Pt.5 - Radio Allan Moore 75 26
Morse Keyboards Dr Gary Bold 74 26
Morse Matters Letters 73 44
Morse Reading Program Dr G. Bold 89 12
Morse References May be Dropped News 73 4
Mysterious Morse - and More Dr Gary Bold 69 12
New Canadian Morse Profiency Certificate News 78 5
New Version of CW Software (ltrs) Ralph Taggart 62 44
Non-English Morse, Answers About MM 51 32
Non-English Morse, Questions About MM 49 18
Notes on Sending & Receiving Morse Dr. E. G. Walsh 89 3
Numeric Telegraph Codes Letters 70 45
Old-time Morse Speeds Dr G. Bold 87 29
Questions About Non-English Morse MM 49 18
RAC Ask Discontinue 12 Wpm Test News 71 6
RAFARS Slow Morse Net News 63 4
Receiving Morse Using Taste Dr E. Geoffrey Walsh 67 26
Reminiscences Getting up to Speed Dr Gary Bold 84 9
RSGB Appoints New Chief Morse Examiner News 63 6
RSGB Chief Morse Examiner & Deputy Resign Roy Clayton 61 9
RSGB Morse Test Service 16th Anniversary Weekend News 80 3
RSGB Search - Chief Morse Examiners News 62 2
Russian Federation Supports Retention of Morse Code News 78 2
Slow Speed Wire John Barrows 65 18
SOS - Save Our Souls News 65 5
Telegraphic Code Books Letters 78 43
Telegraphic Speed and Shortcuts Don deNeuf 76 36
Testing Telegraphists' Skills - Volunteers? Letters 68 41
Troublesome Morse Letters 69 39
U.S R/Os Used Two Codes-Confirmation Found Letters 71 42
UK "No Knowledge" Morse Test - Beginning of the End Tony Smith 78 26
UK Morse Test - Dramatic Developments Tony Smith 77 IBC
W9TO & CFO, Field Day Puzzle, Pics From Titani. Dr Gary Bold 73 32
Words, Words, Words Gary Bold 33 16
MORSE EPHEMERA "Auto-Dot" Key - Identification Letters 70 44
"New Omnigraph No.2" from a 1910 advertisment David R. Pennes 81 15
1902 Advertisment for Indo- European Teleg Co. 68 BC
1907 Advertisement by the United Electrical Manufacturing Co. Dave Pennes 62 BC
1908 Advertisment for Dinger Bug Key Dave Pennes 77 9
1915 advertisement Marconi Wireless Teleg. Co. MM 73 BC
1933 Go-Devil Bug Key advertisment MM 65 BC
1943 Advertisment for the Instructograph MM 74 BC
1950's advertisement for Junker seme-auto key MM 75 IBC
Advert - "Morse" Learners' Outfit Tony Smith 82 26
Advert - Code Practice Oscillator Kit - WT 8 Amp Chris Bisaillion 83 15
Advert - New Telegraph Instrument, patented 1882 Tony Smith 82 25
Advert - Signallinh Equipment Ltd Complete Practice Set Tony Smith 82 28
Advertisement - Marconi Codes MM 82 BC
Advertisement 1938, toy telegraph set Alan Birt 84 BC
Advertisement for "The Railroad Telegrapher" 64 BC
Advertisement for Stevens Picture Signalling Instructor Wyn Davies 87 BC
Advertisement for the Independent Wireless Telegraph Co. John Francis 89 BC
Advertisment for L.C. Smith & Bros. Typewriter MM 66 IBC
Advertisment for Marconi International Code Co. Ltd. Yearbook 1922 MM 80 BC
Advertisment for the Auto-Dot - 1907 MM 69 BC
Advertisment for the Macograph from around 1908 Dave Pennes 77 9
Advertisment for the Teleplex in "Radio News & The Short Wave" MM 78 BC
Advertisment of Manhattan Electrical Supply Co Geoffrey Walsh 83 37
Alex Brown on radio watch Alex Brown 74 33
An Amateur Radio Station Using a Spark Transmitter (Drawing) Source Unknown 62 IBC
Annie Ellsworth with S. Morse as he sent the first Morse, 1844 MM 81 30
Archibald Hunter's Testimonial John Alcorn 82 8
Arthur Scholes, Operating Cons., Heard Island Alan Campbell-Drury 72 14
Bill Storer using amateur equipment William Storer 73 16
Booklet cover - How to Learn morse Code MM 82 IBC
Catalogue advertisment for "Omnigraph No. 1" David R. Pennes 80 36
Central Telegraph Office, London, 1874 MM 81 30
Cigar Box Label USA, 1908-10 45 C
Cigar Box Label - The ProfessorsMorse USA, 1908-10 45 C
Commemoration (Fuba Morse Picture) (ltr) W.J. Black 49 47
Commemoration by Fuba W.J. Black 49 47
Comparison of American & Continental Don deNeuf 69 32
Cover of a French Morse records MM 83 IBC
Diagram Baudt table of coding and keyboard Geoffrey Walsh 83 31
Dr.A.Kopsel, Ferdinand Braun, Jonathan Zenneck Thomas Roth 78 13
Drawing of a Telegraph Office on cover of song book, The Telegraph Tony Smith 81 29
Early receiver drawn by Frank Bell MM 74 21
Early transmitter drawn by Frank Bell MM 74 19
Exhibit at a Titanic Exhibition, Smithsonian Mus. Prof. Brian Cotton 70 IBC
FDC Darwin to Adelaide 85 IBC
First telegraphic noval published? Nov, 20, 1887 MM 76 BC
Five-needle Telegraph Instrument Cigarette Card 59 C
Flashing Lanterns Nrs 1 - 3 50 C
From auction catalogue, Listed as a Spark Transmitter, c. 1914 MM 80 IBC
From book writing Western Union cablegrams from UK & Paris 1907 MM 81 BC
Heard & Macquarie Island radio network expand Allan Moore 72 17
Heliograph Nrs 1 - 3 48 C
Heliograph Nrs 4 - 6 49 C
Historic QSL Cards Tony Ricicki 71 IBC
Historic QSL Cards Tony Ricicki 72 BC
Historic QSL Cards Tony Ricicki 73 10
Historic QSL Cards Tony Ricicki 73 11
Historic QSL Cards Tony Ricicki 73 IBC
Historic QSL Cards Tony Ricicki 76 IBC
Hut & antenna for AT15 radio beacon, Mawson William Storer 73 17
Interesting Find Cook-Wagon-Lits - Letter E. F. Jones 82 41
Job Opportunity MM 69 16
Keys and Buzzers offered in 25 Anniversary of Economic Elec.Ltd MM 81 IBC
Last 500 kHz Log from NMC Eric Simmons 80 5
List of Charges for the Electric Telegraph Company 63 BC
List of ships & coast stations with Marconi Eq. MM 75 BC
Macquarie Island, 1977 Jutta Hosel 78 16
Macquarie Island, 1978. RAAF Orion aircraft skims radio masts. R. Fletcher 78 17
Manual for Martin Vibroplex John Elwood 85 BC
Marconi 1913 Telegraph Service 88 BC
Marconi Advertisment, The Yearbook of Wireless Telegraphy 1922 MM 79 BC
Mawson 1987. Ulla Knox-Little sending Morse M. Knox-Little 78 21
Melbourne 1997. David Jewell demonstrating Angry-9 transceiver J. Gillies 78 23
Morse Code Tie News 85 7
Morse Coins WW2 Canada 54 C
Morse Flag Waving Nrs 1 - 5 51 C & BC
Morse Head Scarf Chris Bisaillion 88 IBC
Morse Phone Card (ltr) H. Jacob 32 47
Morse Post Card F.Vanden Berghen 85 46
N.Z. P.O. Morse Code Card 1958 Neville Copeland 60 C&BC
Old Telegraph Office Letters 84 46
Omnigraph - Compact 5-dics devise. Advert from QST c. 1920's David R. Pennes 81 12
Omnigraph No.2 inc. buzzer, key, earphones. 1920 ad in QST David R. Pennes 81 16
Peter King, Macquarie Island, 1948. Peter King 72 16
Phillips' proposed modified Morse Don deNeuf 76 37
Pic. House's Printing Telegraph Geoffrey Walsh 83 29
Pic. Hughes equipment of 1855, Figureuier 1866 Geoffrey Walsh 83 30
Pic. Later version of Hughes instrument Geoffrey Walsh 83 30
Picture of Graf Zeppelin at the Bodensee Thomas Roth 78 10
Picture of Krenkel in Moscow 1961 Alf Lindgren 79 19
Picture of Krenkel receiving an award Alf Lindgren 79 18
Picture of the "Home of Samuel F.B. Morse" MM 79 IBC
Picture of Wyn Davies and Jack Barker MM 78 IBC
Postcard dated 1910, Wisconsin MM 84 IBC
Poster advertising Cooke and Wheatstone MM 71 BC
QSL card commemorating Portishead Radio MM 70 BC
QSL Card received following contact with drifting ice station Tony Smith 79 13
QSL card, Porthcurno Museum of Submar. Teleg News 72 4
Radio Room of Fishguard Rosslare Ferry MM 66 BC
Radio VLV, Mawson radio hut constucted 1963 Ken Shennan 75 30
Radio VLV. Operating consoles, 1963 Allan Moore 75 31
RCA Tie Clip - Letter Chris Bisaillion 89 46
Re-creation of the Titanic's wireless Room MM 73 35
Reserve sign - for new drink, Keva, in Morse Jacob Henri 72 IBC
Reverse of Ernst Krenkel's amateur radio QSL card Tony Smith 79 14
Sadie Cornwell, after sending S.F.B Morses last message, 1872 MM 81 31
Schematic of Titanic's wireless installation MM 73 36
Sharp's the Word, Toffee Advert 1946 18 37
Should Women be Sparks? (1912) Marconigraph 60 23
'Signalling' Series of Will's Cigarette Cards Nrs 1 - 3 48 C
'Signalling' Series of Will's Cigarette Cards Nrs 4 - 6 49 C
'Signalling' Series of Will's Cigarette Cards Nrs 1 - 3 50 C
'Signalling' Series of Will's Cigarette Cards Nrs 1 - 5 51 C & BC
Speed Key Certificate US Navy 1941 52 C
Sugar Packets Belgium, 1995 44 C
Telegram sent by Frank Bell to Mr. Brown Dr Gary Bold 73 12
The "Alte Liebe" Light house Thomas Roth 78 11
The "Snapper Key" and the "Snapper Sounder" MM 69 IBC
The Famous Beacon at Cuxhaven Thomas Roth 78 12
The restored Beechworth Telegraph Station David Dunn 78 39
The Spirit of Telegraphy' spelterware figure Chris Gill 68 IBC
The Telegraph Hotel, Great Orme's Head, Llandudno, North Wales. MM 80 IBC
The Telegraph Public House Fred Knight 81 9
The Wall's Supersonic Flasher. 1950s promo. Jack Barker 67 IBC
The Worlds's First E-mail. Licence Plate. MM 65 IBC
Tom Perera as Father Christmas, with collection of keys MM 78 IBC
War Bond Message USA WW2 55 C
Webb's Morse raining equipment. Late 1930s Fred Knight 67 BC
Western Union Share Certificate 87 IBC
MORSE FOR THE DISABLED ARRL Seeks Change to CW Waiver rules ARRL Letter 55 3
ARRL Seeks Changes to CW Waiver Rules ARRL Letter 55 3
Brownfield Mark, G0EMZ Obituary 9 42
Concern re US Code Exemptions W5YI Report 29 4
Controversy over code exams for handicapped W5YI REPORT 20 7
Just in Case (ltr) M. Pouw-Arnold 50 58
Morse 2000 Conference Univ/Wisconsin 34 7
Morse 2000 Conference '98 - Advance Notice Univ/Wisconsin 59 9
Morse 2000 Outreach U/Wisconsin 40 5
Morse 2000 Outreach - Grants Morse 2000 41 3
Morse 2000 Progress Morse 2000 43 2
Morse 2000 Update Morse 2000 46 5
Morse 2000 Update Morse 2000 57 3
Morse Code - New Places for an Old Art A. Prather 30 37
Morse Code. New Places for an Old Art? A. Prather 30 37
My Morse Connection to the World Susan Yim 63 43
New Morse 2000 Bibliography News 67 5
New Release of 'Morseall' for the Disabled News 79 9
Telegraphy Waivers for the Handicapped FCC 60 4
Test Exemptions Questioned FCC 27 8
MORSE, S.F.B. A Few Thoughts on the Name 'Morse' Morse Society 19 32
Alfred Vail's Magnetic Friendship with Morse - 1 Hist. Speedwell 20 26
Alfred Vail's Magnetic Friendship with Morse - 2 Hist. Speedwell 21 10
Alfred Vail's Magnetic Frienship With Morse - 1 Hist. Speedwell 20 26
Alfred Vail's Magnetic Frienship With Morse - 2 Hist. Speedwell 21 10
All the Lines are Morse S.F.B. Morse 19 28
Deadhead Tony Smith 19 26
Did SFBM Have Anything to do With It Macalee Hime 53 43
Did SFBM Have Anything to do With It? (ltr) Macalee Hime 53 43
Early Photography Tony Smith 19 9
Error in Figure Caption Letters 73 45
Father! (at Paris Expo) 1867 43 21
Latin connection? (ltr) Rev. D. Leak 21 45
Locust Grove Tony Smith 19 40
Memory of Centennial of First Morse Message H.M. Solomon 47 46
Memory of Centennial of First Morse Message (ltr) H.M. Solomon 47 46
Morse Relic, A Teleg Jnl 1884 10 25
Morse the Artist Enc. Brit. 1883 19 9
Morse's last message Tony Smith 19 29
Morse-Viking link? (ltr) J.H. Nohns 21 44
No European Patents J. Munro 19 13
S.F.B. Morse and Porte Crayon J. Comstock 27 27
Samuel F.B. Morse Historic Houseand Grounds Locust Grove 46 7
Samuel Morse's First Electric Telegraph E. Geoffrey Walsh 72 32
The First Morse Line Tony Smith 19 21
The Late Professor Morse (Obit) ILN 1872 19 34
The Name of Morse - Two Hypotheses Morse Society 19 32
The Samuel F.B.Morse Historic Historic House and Grounds Locust Grove 46 7
What Hath God Wrought - 150th Anniversary Tony Smith 33 18
What Hath God Wrought! Tony Smith 19 24
What Hath God Wrought! (Expanded) Tony Smith 33 18
Who was Prof. Daubeny? Tony Smith 49 38
MORSUM MAGNIFICAT Closure of MM Announcement 56 1
Definitive Publication (ltr) J.H. Smith 37 46
Dutch Morsum Magnificat Meeting News 68 8
GB2CW Speed Practice, MM Material Used GM4HYF 46 9
Kind Words About MM (ltrs) Various 53 47
Meet MM's New Editor/Publisher Zyg Nilski 58 2
MM 'Chat' Frequency (ltr) M. Pouw-Arnold 41 43
MM Home Page MM 47 7
MM Home Page Move MM 49 5
MM Index Issues 71 - 76 MM 77 24
Morsum is Best! (ltr) R. Harry 26 40
Morsum Magnificat Benelux - Disclaimer MM 59 9
Out-of-Print MMs Available J. Orellana 51 48
Telegraph Web Pages GM4HYF 46 9
The Best of MM-1 Published G. Arnold 38 32
Time to Say Goodbye! Geoff Arnold & Tony Smith 61 48
Zyg's Zone Zyg Nilski 59 10
MUSEUMS & Schedule of Events 1996 Locust Grove 46 7
Adelaide & All Other Telecom Australia Museums Closed J. Houlder 31 44
Adelaide & Other Museums Closed J. Houlder 31 44
Adelaide Communications Museum R.L. Thomas 27 18
Ashfield Telecommunication Repository John Houlder 46 10
Ashfield Telecommunications Repository-Sydney John Houlder 46 10
Aviation Museum of W. Australia D. Couch 31 8
Aviation Museum of Western Australia D. Couch 31 8
Biggest Key in the World M. Pouw-Arnold 44 6
Chalk Pits Museum Wireless Day D. Rudram 29 7
Deutsches Museum, Mnchen M. Pouw-Arnold 44 6
Deutsches Rundfunkmuseum am Funkturm, Berlin M. Pouw-Arnold 44 6
Duxford RS Re-inaugurated Duxford RS 23 4
Duxford RS re-inaugurated at IWMDuxford Duxford RS 23 4
Eaglehawk Telegraph Back in Business News 62 2
GEC makes the Marconi Collection Safe News 63 5
Havenmuseum De Visserijschool, Ijmuiden M. Pouw-Arnold 45 5
Historic Telecomms Exhibition Fons V. Berghen 59 4
HMS Collingwood Museum of Radar & Comm. Letters 66 41
La Muse d'Histoire des PTT K. Quigg 29 6
Manitoba Amateur Radio Museum MARM 28 4
Marconi Archives Closed News 86 3
Marconi Hut at Bass Point, Lizard Peninsula. News 72 4
Morse at Mucklebulebutgh News 83 6
Mus. of Communication, Bo'ness C.H.C. Matthews 21 6
Mus. of Communication, Bo'ness C. Gill 35 26
Muse Europen de la Communication MEC 28 4
Muse Europen de la Communication - France MEC 28 4
Museum 1939-1945, Holland M. Pouw-Arnold 56 6
Museum of Communication, New Home MoC Foundation 49 6
Museum of Communication, Prestigious New Site MoC Foundation 51 4
Museum of Danish Resistance T. Dahl 31 7
Museum of Interest at Porthcurno John Packer 56 6
Museums of Interest - Germany M. Pouw-Arnold 48 9
Museums of Interest - Holland M. Pouw-Arnold 45 5
Museums of Interest in Germany and Norway M. Pouw-Arnold 48 9
Museums of Interest on the Isle of Wight Douglas Byrne 57 3
New Dutch Ham Museum M. Pouw-Arnold 58 6
New Home for Museum of Communication MoC Foundation 49 6
Omroepmuseum, Hilversum M. Pouw-Arnold 45 5
Porthcurno Teleg. Museum Undergoing Alterations John Packer 56 6
Porthcurno Telegraph Mus. (ltr) John Packer 26 46
Porthcurno Telegraph Museum John Packer 34 32
Porthcurno, Visit to (ltr) F.V. Berghen 51 48
Postmuseum Berlin (East) M. Pouw-Arnold 44 7
Postmuseum Berlin (West) M. Pouw-Arnold 44 7
Prestigious New Site for Museum of Communication MoC Foundation 51 4
PTT-Museum, Den Haag M. Pouw-Arnold 45 5
Restoration and Recollections - Preserving N.A. MorseRichard Dillman 64 44
Royal Navy Museum of Radar & Communication Letters 65 43
Samuel F.B. Morse Historic Houseand Grounds Locust Grove 46 7
Signal Corps Association 1860-1865 News 64 4
Telegraph exhibits Smithsonian 17 6
The Museum of Submarine Telegraphy, Porthcurno, Cornwall Mus. literature 50 16
Titanic radio Plaque News 86 2
Unique Exhib of Telegraphy in Brussels Zyg Nilski 62 12
Wellesbourne Wartime Museum G. Farrance 32 3
Wireless Hill TelecommunicationsMuseum (Australia) D. Couch 31 8
Wireless Museums on Isle of Wight Douglas Byrne 57 3
NAVY (SEE ALSO 'MARITIME') A letter from Churchill Ray Hunting 5 13
Aerials for subs - 1 Chas Claydon 15 47
Aerials for subs - 2 Chas Claydon 17 29
Aerials for Subs - 3 Chas Claydon 26 32
Battle of Jutland (ltr) P. Hawker 24 45
Bermuda days Chas Claydon 18 30
CW Crazy Alice Mitchell 16 42
D-Day Memories (ltr) H. Brooklyn 34 47
Fairey Swordfish Radio (ltr) S. Shackleford 33 48
Fessenden Oscillator (Subs) Chas Claydon 9 30
Flashing Lanterns Nrs 1 - 3 50 C
Heliograph Nrs 1 - 3 48 C
Heliograph Nrs 4 - 6 49 C
Help Wanted - Naval Hand Signal Lamp W.F. Trott 51 46
Help Wanted re Morse in US Navy Paul Bock 50 4
Japanese Midget Subs (ltr) C.G. Harvey 33 47
Kyushu, Snake & Dai the Death W. Davis (ltr) 21 44
Learning Morse in the US Navy Hans Brakob 69 22
Lighting Control Panel, Fleet Air Arm AP 1095A 60 16
Morse Flag Waving Nrs 1 - 5 51 C & BC
Morse in the Navy Still Valued News 72 5
Morse Saves Lives! (Peru) Edmonton Jnl 34 34
Naval Signalling Oil Lamp - HelpWanted (ltr) W.F. Trott 51 46
New Zealand by Sea News 74 7
Plenty of Morse here! (USSR) H. Caul 7 31
Provenance on US Naval KOB Letters 76 43
Raymond Kenneth Leigh Marconi R/O Letters 71 44
RN Abandons Masthead Signalling Lamps Daily Telegraph 53 4
RN Abandons Masthead SignallingLamps Daily Telegraph 53 4
RN Morse Training Ceases RNARS 36 2
'Signalling' Series of Will's Cigarette Cards Nrs 1 - 3 48 C
'Signalling' Series of Will's Cigarette Cards Nrs 4 - 6 49 C
'Signalling' Series of Will's Cigarette Cards Nrs 1 - 3 50 C
'Signalling' Series of Will's Cigarette Cards Nrs 1 - 5 51 C & BC
Someone is always listening Ken Randall 6 17
Speed Key Certificate US Navy 1941 52 C
Sunken key (Grosser Kurfurst) Tony Smith 4 31
Tapping the code David Prout 18 38
Telegraphy and kitchen ON4CW 2 11
The United States Navy Code Ivan S. Coggeshall 64 12
U.S. Navy Code Letters 66 39
US Navy Action in SF 1906 Earthquake Don deNeuf 51 31
US Navy Action in SF 1906 Earthquake Don deNeuf 51 31
Wartime Radio Operations at Port Lockroy Alan Carroll 65 13
We had to keep Mum Alice Mitchell 4 1
What 'orrible Morse Ken Randall 2 39
'X' code that went wrong, The Gus Taylor 16 32
NO-CODE CONTROVERSY FCC Consultation on Morse News 87 3
WRC 2003 Ends Morse News 86 2
OBITUARIES A Tribute to the Late Harry Matthews Dr J. T. M. Stevenson 68 20
Al Gross, W8PAL - SK Communications Pioneer News 73 5
Aubrey Keel -Silent Key- Richard L. Thomas 65 34
Bill Pierpont Christopher Jones 85 43
Brown, John I., G3EUR Tony Smith 27 7
Brownfield, Mark, G0EMZ Bob Smith 9 42
Claydon, Chas, GM4GNB Tony Smith 9 9
Evans, Phil, GW8WJ/GW6AQ Gus Taylor 18 8
Hellemons, Rinus, PA0BFN Tony Smith 12 8
Hunting, Rev. Ray, G3OC Tony Smith 12 17
James Ricks, W9TO SK Letters 78 46
Jim Ricks, W9TO - Silent Key News 78 7
Mansfield, Tom G3ESH MM 38 5
Moreau, Louise, W3WRE MM 35 2
Morse, Prof. S.F.B. ILN 1872 19 34
Nurkiewicz, Steve, N2DAN Keyclicks 52 8
Sykes, Jack, G3SRK Tony Smith 53 9
Turner, Harry A. Correction MM 39 4
Turner, Harry A. W9YZE MM 38 5
Walmsley, Roy, G3IBB Tony Smith 9 9
William G. Pierpont Tony Smith 85 33
OPERATING SKILLS Butchering the code Wm G. Pierpont 3 9
Changing to a Keyer Gary Bold 42 30
Changing to a Keyer Gary Bold 60 14
Coherent CW Peter Lumb 52 26
CW World Recordman (ltr) B. Rennison 39 48
CW/Mobile (ltrs) Various 27 42
CW/Mobile Safety (ltr) N. Little 26 47
Dah dit dah dit dah K. Crittenden 1 22
Drills in "copying" behind Wm G. Pierpont 12 18
DX Pile-ups, another approach J. Hanson 21 8
Eavesdroppers, The (Bk Review) T. Jones 29 34
Faster manual Morse-1 Kaye Weedon 10 20
Faster manual Morse-2 Kaye Weedon 11 41
Good Hand Sending W.F. Reeves 49 20
High Speed Morse (ltr) R. Gould-King 52 45
How Fast is Fast Dr G. Bold 85 31
Iambic Keying (ltr) Gerald Stancey 43 41
Iambic Keying (ltr) Andy Barth 50 55
Iambic Keying (ltrs) Various 51 42
It's always the keyer Ted Teeuwisse 17 25
Katakana Speed (ltr) D. Leak 30 47
Keystroke efficiency Wm G. Pierpont 8 33
Key-tronics, 4, RST/netting Roy Walmsley 9 28
Laser records on CW CQ magazine 21 2
Low power Dxing C. Austin 21 32
Microwave records on CW W5YI Report 21 2
Morse Skill Receiving Award JARL 51 11
Paddle an Keyer Bob Locher 56 40
Perfect Morse Not Necessarily the Best G. Brown 22 43
Perfect not necessarily best (ltr) G. Brown 22 43
Phillips code reborn Kaye Weedon 14 34
Readability, the major factor Wm G. Pierpont 4 28
RNARS QRQ transmissions RNARS 23 3
SFBM code proficiency award ARRL 18 3
Slo-Bug - Reining in the Bug Paul Bock 50 46
Slo-Bug, Review by Colin Waters 50 51
Two-handed Coding Don deNeuf 28 34
Variplex Bug Speed Adjuster Bob Betts 51 6
Verbal Morse IARUMS 56 4
OPERATING, GENERAL 72 signal G-QRP Club 21 4
A new Look at Morse Communication Hideo Arisaka 41 19
A New Look at Morse Communication Hideo Arisaka 41 19
A Weighty Subject Tony Berg 44 30
Abbrevs & procedures Various 22 32
Abbrevs & Procs (ltr) B. Eldridge 32 46
Abbrevs & procs (ltrs) Various 25 38
Abbrevs & Procs (ltrs) Various 26 42
Abbrevs & Procs (ltrs) Various 27 46
Abbrevs & Procs (ltrs) Various 28 44
Abbrevs & Procs (ltrs) Various 29 39
Abbrevs & Procs (ltrs) Various 31 43
Abbrevs & Procs. More on P. Scrivens 24 32
Accurate CW, past & present Hallicrafters 14 C
Aids to Good Keying (ltr) R. Prosser 29 42
Answers About Non-English Morse MM 51 32
Audio Filters Wm.G. Pierpont 46 36
Audio or IF Filters? Gary Bold 41 29
Best CW Audio Frequency? Dr G. Bold 88 5
Bold's Morse Theorems Gary Bold 36 22
Bug User Group (ltr) J.H. Nohns 23 46
Check Your Speed (ltr) G. Lizee 29 42
CW etiquette (ltr) G. Stancey 24 42
CW Etiquette (ltr) Gerald Stancey 53 44
CW Etiquette (ltrs) Various 25 44
CW Etiquette (More) (ltr) J.P. Lagerberg 26 45
CW Power Gain Advantage (ltr) Roy Clayton 51 40
CW Sending Priorities Larry Kayser 54 10
CW-Virus M. Pouw-Arnold 56 34
Dis-Encouragement Geo Longden 44 45
Dit Dit E. McFarland 36 31
Early Break-In (ltr) J. Worthington 30 48
E-mails in Morse Code News 85 7
End of message (AR) (ltr) F. Roddy 22 46
Erasure Signal (ltr) R. Prosser 33 43
Fascination of Morse (ltr) M. Pouw-Arnold 46 45
First CW QSO, The Gary Bold 54 40
GAM1 on CW G. Williams 27 9
Help for First QSO Dr G. Bold 86 21
Higher G-CW power confirmed DTI 20 5
Iambic A or B type? Dr G. Bold 87 26
Iambic Keying Dr G. Bold 85 26
If its T6, say so! (ltr) A. Troubachov 24 44
Improving the Staight Hand Key J. Walder-Davis 43 44
Improving the Straight Hand Key(ltr) J. Walder-Davis 43 44
In Praise of the Hand Key Gary Bold 55 39
INT, Opposite of (ltr) G. Brown 21 41
Italian Manual of Radiotelegraphy Carlo Amorati 51 6
Italian Manual of Radiotelegraphy Carlo Amorati 51 6
Japanese operators' difficulties, The Reprint, 1924 15 42
JPS Audio Filter Dr G. Bold 85 27
K10 Keyer Update Dr Gary Bold 82 34
Key Adjustment C.F. Rockey 40 36
Keying the Kachina TS-50 Dr Gary Bold 82 34
Making Sure You're Understood Wm. G. Pierpont 44 28
MM 'Chat' Frequency (ltr) M. Pouw-Arnold 41 43
More power for G-CW RSGB 18 9
Morse Paddles Keyed With Fingers? Dr G. Bold 88 8
Morse Therapy Gary Bold 41 26
Natural Break (ltr) R.H Stefansson 25 45
Natural Breaks (More) (ltrs) Various 26 41
New Dimensions in Morse Decoding Rohde & Schwarz 54 5
New Dimensions in Morse Decoding Rohde & Schwarz 54 5
New ISWL Publication ISWL 23 2
No paddle! (ltr) B. Eldridge 28 44
Non-English Morse, Answers About MM 51 32
Non-English Morse, Questions about MM 49 18
Operating in the USA Gary Bold 41 27
Operator's Quilifications 1896 and 1908 Letters 77 44
Proper Nouns (ltr) R. Prosser 33 47
QRS for Beginners SVP! F5SJQ 49 22
QRS SVP M. Pouw-Arnold 50 60
QSOs in Russian (ltr) M. Pouw-Arnold 46 48
Questions About Non-English Morse MM 49 18
Radio Operating in Papa New Guinea - 1 Allan Moore 56 10
Radio Operating in Papa New Guinea - 2 Allan Moore 57 34
Radio Operating in Papua New Guinea, Part 1 Allan Moore 56 10
Radio Operating in Papua New Guinea, Part 2 Allan Moore 57 34
Robot Morse Beacon, New Italian IARU Rgn 1 News 55 17
Send Your Call! Gary Bold 41 27
Sounder or Tone? (ltr) G. Brown 27 46
Speed calculation Roy Walmsley 4 42
Spirit of Morse, The MM 1 10
Swapping the Paddle Hand Dr G. Bold 89 8
Taking Down Code (ltr) John Elwood 42 45
The Japanese Operators' Difficulties Reprint, 1924 15 42
Thumb Dah Paddle (ltr) I. Sharkey 27 40
Too Slow? (ltr) Roger King 50 59
Too Slow? (ltrs) Various 51 47
Too Slow? (ltrs) Various 52 43
Triambic Keying Dr G. Bold 87 28
VA or SK? G. Arnold 26 8
VLF UK to Alaska News 85 6
Weighting Roy Walmsley 4 42
We've Got it Made! Gary Bold 60 14
What Became of 'EY EN TOC BARRED' Eric McFarland 18 14
What became of Ey En Toc barred? Eric McFarland 18 14
What Became of 'INDIA NOVEMBER TANGO BARRED' Ron Wilson 20 12
What became of India November Tango barred? Ron Wilson 20 12
What is it? G.Arnold 24 47
What was he doing? (ltr) O. Roeckner 22 47
Which Paddle Keys the Dit Dr G. Bold 86 19
Who Said This is the End of Morse Code George Allan 52 45
Who Said This is the End of Morse Code? (ltr) George Allan 52 45
Who was at the Key? - 1 L.R. Moreau 28 30
Who was at the Key? - 2 L.R. Moreau 29 14
Why HI? T. Mansfield 28 24
Why, and What, is '12 wpm'? Gary Bold 43 12
Worst Ops? (ltr) R. Prosser 30 48
OPTICAL TELEGRAPH Signaller's Camps Dr E. G. Walsh 86 12
The Chappe Telegraph in France Boris Real 43 31
POETRY A Sparker's "If" MUL 4 48
Charge of the Lightning Sender R9 Magazine 7 48
Infatuation (1915) P. Benjamin 33 39
Lost Ability Ian Poole 16 33
Morse Poets Society (ltr) R. Gould-King 52 47
Morse Problem Ian Poole 17 38
Morse test, The K. Crittenden 5 52
Ode to a Fullerphone R. Mellor 5 36
Ode to a Wireless Operator H. Pearson 24 48
Our Convoy J. Noordegraaf 6 56
Paradise Lost R.C. Folkman 2 48
Second Trick in the Desert Santa Fe Mag 3 48
Short Record Unknown 1 48
Sparks J. Noordegraaf 11 48
Sweet Memories Bill White 8 48
That Station Wireless Age 36 14
Wireless K.G. Martin 10 C
POLAR EXPLORATION Airship over the Pole (Bk Rev) Tony Smith 32 20
Australian Radio Operating in the Antarctic A. Moore 36 8
Australian Radio Operating in the Antarctic 1963/65 A. Moore 36 8
Calling All Antarctic Radio Operators Allan Moore 49 5
Calling All Antarctic Radio Operators Allan Moore 49 5
Krenkel, E.T., 90th Anniv Radio Magazine 39 16
Norge & the Italia, The (ltr) H.M. Solomon 35 40
Polar Radio, 1912 Style Tony Smith 33 26
RAEM is my Call-sign (book) Review (T.S) 6 22
RAEM/mm Is my Callsign Mike Hewitt 88 26
POLICE All in a Day's Work Tony Smith 15 30
From Rattle to Radio - Book Review Tony Smith 12 44
From Rattle to Radio, (book review) Tony Smith 12 44
Wireless Aids Man-hunt R. Redwood 36 40
POST OFFICE 1889 Xmas Card from Melbourne Telegragh Dep Peter Nelson/Ted Jones 83 BC
A Ham on the Ice 1972/73 Neville Copeland 66 14
American Morse by Radio (ltr) J. Hann 30 45
Australia, Telegraphy in, 1953-61 (and afterwards) Allan Moore 48 26
Australian Country Telegrapher Kevin Curtis 8 40
Australian Post Office Time John Houlder 14 24
Bendigo Commemoration (ltr) Peter Shaw 52 42
GPO Equipment Letters 68 43
Morse in the NZ Post Office Aubrey Curry 16 4
Newfoundland Memories (ltr) D. Ryan 32 47
P.O. operator's guide Graeme Wormald 15 34
Post Office telegraphist May Sowter 15 15
Shades of CRTB! John Houlder 59 57
Sounders on the pier Gus Taylor 10 30
Swiss telegraphs Baedeker, 1901 18 40
Telegraph grade abolished B. Telecom 23 2
Telegraphy in Australia Allan Moore 48 26
Telegraphy in Australia Allan Moore 48 26
Telegraphy in Australia 1953-61(and afterwards) Allan Moore 48 26
What a surprise! Graeme Wormald 13 16
When Morse Reigned Supreme R. Angove 30 20
PRESS (book by R.M. Harnett) Book review 56 44
Creed, F.G., Inventor Extraordinary Fred Barnes 17 22
Demise of the press sounder Fred Barnes 13 26
Frederick George Creed - Inventor Extraordinary Fred Barnes 17 22
How the Victorians Wired the World MM 71 26
Morse and the AP (ltr) Aubrey Keel 44 47
Morse and the AP (ltr) Aubrey Keel 44 47
Morse and the Associated Press AP World 1961-2 43 26
Morse and the Associated Press AP World 1961-2 43 26
Morse in the AP A. Keel 32 6
Morse in the AP A. Keel 32 6
New Morse Magazine News 74 5
Press Wireless Memories Don deNeuf 5 3
Telegraph Demo at AP Celebrations Aubrey Keel 56 5
Telegraph Demo at AP Celebrations Aubrey Keel 56 5
Telegraph Demo at AP Celebrations Aubrey Keel 56 5
The Dwindling Morse Tribe AP World 1964 44 34
The Dwindling Morse Tribe AP World 1964 44 34
The YTG Story Don DeNeuf 42 15
Wirespeak (AP) Heidi Anderson 45 14
Wirespeak (AP) Heidi Anderson 45 14
Wirespeak, Codes & Jargons of the News Business, Book review 56 44
PROJECTS An Eletronic Keyer Paddle from "Scrap-Box" Parts Drew Diamond 79 34
Receiving SAQ - Letter Gerald Stancey 82 40
RAILWAYS "Off Again, On Again, Gone Again - Finnegan" James Burt 69 18
A Little Bit of History - Great Western Railway Letters 66 39
A tale of a snake's tail Paul Flowers 16 45
Among the Last of Them L.A. Bailey 61 6
Canadian Railway Telegraph History, by Robert Burnet Tony Smith 50 22
Did Money Change Hands? R.L. Thomas 37 35
Double duty (USA) Dots & Dashes 2 9
GWR Morse Ray Pascoe 14 10
Just Remember! C.P. Krause 31 39
Last Telegraph Messages (ltr) G. Ward 30 47
Looking back (1) (LB&SCR) Violet Wright 12 41
Minnie (USA) W.K. Baker 1 18
New Railroad Book Michael Gee 5 7 3
NVCF An Interesting Find News 75 4
Order of Railroad Telegraphers Going Home News 66 6
Radio & Rly Morse in Canada M. Lynn 24 30
Rail Tales, book by Ruth Eckes L. Burlingame 43 4
Railroad Telegrapher's Handbook - Book Review Tony Smith 22 16
Railroad Telegrapher's Handbook(review) Tony Smith 22 16
Railway Morse is different Dave Keen 11 1
Reviewed by Tony Smith 50 22
Single needle on the LNER-1 LNER 23 32
Single needle on the LNER-2 LNER 24 11
Telegraphy Demonstrations With High school Students D. Alderdice 30 32
Telegraphy Demonstrations with High School Students D. Alderdice 30 32
The Talking Machine & the Railways Pt.3 Getting the Message Peter Brankin 77 41
The Talking Machine and the Railways - Part 1. Peter Brankin 75 33
The Talking Machine and the Railways - Part 2. Peter Brankin 76 38
Trains, Times & Telegraphs Dr E. G. Walsh 85 14
Trains, Times & Telegraphs - Letter Neville Copeland 86 45
READERS' LETTERS 55 - AGCW-DL Official Position Otto Wiesner 43 41
55 Code M. Zurn 38 42
55 Code Various 39 42
55 Code Various 40 42
90th Anniversary of PCH K. Lagerberg 34 43
A Message from Morse? Abram Burnett 41 37
Abbrevs & Procedures Various 25 38
Abbrevs & Procedures Various 26 42
Abbrevs & Procedures Various 27 46
Abbrevs & Procedures Various 28 44
Abbrevs & Procedures Various 29 39
Abbrevs & Procedures Various 31 43
Abbrevs & Procedures B. Eldridge 32 46
Abbrevs & Procedures (KN) B. Eldridge 37 44
Acquiring the Radiotelegraph Code B. Pierpont 34 43
Acquiring the Radiotelegraph Code B. Pierpont 34 43
Adelaide & Other Museums Closed J. Houlder 31 44
Admiralty pattern key J. Lycett 21 40
Advice on Restoration Wanted Tony Wilkes 48 48
Aids to Good Keying R. Prosser 29 42
Airborne transmitting plate N. Burton 21 43
Aircraft Identif. Switchbox G. Farrance 31 47
Aircraft to Ship Contact John Densem 43 44
Amateur Morse Test Various 39 45
Amateur Number Signals Martin Zurn 41 40
Amateurs on 500kHz? J. Davies 27 42
American Morse by Radio J. Hann 30 45
Ancient ciphers C.P Krause 22 43
Anecdotes and Info please! N. Ackland 22 43
Annoying Obstacle B. Eldridge 27 45
Another Service Closes Geoff Williams 48 48
Another Service Closes (HalifaxRadio/VCS) Geoff Williams 48 48
AOP Key, French H. Jacob 38 47
AP 691 Key Wyn Davies 40 41
AP 7681 Key, Early Wyn Davies 44 46
Assembly Aid Dennis Goacher 46 45
Auxiliary Callsigns J.W. Martin 40 44
AWA Keys Tony Bell 57 46
AWA Keys (follow-up) Tony Bell 58 46
Barred Letters Vic Reynolds 56 48
Battle of Jutland P. Hawker 24 45
Beeko Learner's Key Joe Jacobs 46 45
Bendigo Commemoration Peter Shaw 52 42
Best Way to Morse Proficiency? M. Pouw-Arnold 50 55
Big Key C. Bonsall 45 47
Brach, L.S., Type 262 Key J. Elwood 39 48
Breeding Adage R. Clayton 38 42
British, not German! (Lorenz style key ZA 54574) Wyn Davies 44 48
Bug User Group J.H. Nohns 23 46
Bunnell Invitation M. Jacobs 36 48
Burmese Morse Stan Barr 43 47
Burton and Spark R. Redwood 22 45
Buzza Automatic Key Allan Moore 53 42
'Buzzer Practice', Key from Jean Revidon 45 46
'Buzzer Practice', Key from Jack Barker 46 45
Call the Novices please D. Gosling 23 43
Calls You Have Loved Doug Coe 50 56
Calls You Have Loved Various 51 45
Calls You Have Loved Various 52 43
Camel-back Key L. Grant 35 42
Canadian Scout Badges C. Bisaillion 51 40
Canadian Scout Neckerchief C. Bisaillion 52 42
'CH', re Otto A. Weisner 45 46
Changes in the Code B. Hammond 26 48
Check Your Speed G. Lizee 29 42