Collectors: CQ magazine's 50th anniversary edition from January 1995

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Collectors: CQ magazine's 50th anniversary edition from January 1995

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In 1995, CQ Amateur Radio magazine published a Collector’s Edition commemorating its 50th anniversary with “a nostalgic look back over a half century with CQ, The Radio Amateur’s Journal.” In its 72 pages, appearing in the middle of the January edition and printed on retro paper stock, history is parsed into decades: 1945 to 1952, 1955 to 1964, 1965 to 1974, and 1975 to 1984, 1985 to 1994 and 1995. Some of the “chapter” headings are “CQ is Born,” “Single Sideband, Sputnik, and JFK;” “Transistors, FM, and Vietnam;” “The Computer Moves In,” “The Decade of Downsizing,” and “Amateur Radio: The Next 50 Years.” The histories are beautifully organized and provide a great synopsis of the growth of amateur radio over five decades. The magazine is in near-perfect condition and is a must-have for radio historians, collectors and everyone between.

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