>W6AM purchased the Press Wireless shortwave receiving site at the
>end of WW2. At the time, it had a few rhombics for the trans-Pacific links
>used by PW, but W6AM greatly expanded the antenna farm and switching
>system. Later, much of the land was sold (around 1960, I think...), and
>Don condensed the rhombic farm, overlapping most of them -- your link
>describes that stage of his station. After his passing, of course, it
>was all dismantled.
>The definitive reference for all things W6AM is "Don C. Wallace: W6AM,
>Amateur Radio's Pioneer," by Jan David Perkins, N6AW (Vestal Press,
>1991, 288 p.; ISBN 0911572996).
>Ed Callaway, N4II.
In case you want a copy, I bought from Vestal and sold at "close out"
prices a lot of copies at Dayton a number of years ago.
HRO may have them. Other source would be Don's company Wallace and Wallace.
Here's the contact info from my files:
Don Werner, WA6KKR
Wallace and Wallace
2600 S. California Avenue, Suite F
Monrovia, CA 91016
73, Craig Clark, K1QX
RADIOWARE AND RADIO BOOKSTORE
PO BOX 209
RINDGE NH 03461
603 899 6957
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