Amateur QSL Gallery is the latest in a series looking at the radio shacks of amateur operators contained in QSL collections held by the New Zealand based non-profit organization.
This follows on from the popular Radio Shacks Gallery series which shows QSL cards issued by operators from around the world.
Also released is the first of a new series Art of Amateur Radio, which takes a closer look at cartoon characters found on cards issued from Japan.
From home drawn pictures to professional art work, these cartoons capture a great sense of humor and reflect many aspects of Japanese culture.
Other related features at www.radioheritage.com include the Art of Radio, Art of Radio New Zealand, Art of Radio Japan and the Art of Radio Hawaii and more features are planned for release in 2012.
Radio Heritage Foundation is a registered nonprofit organization connecting radio, popular culture, history and heritage. It is supported by donors throughout the world. It is also a full member of the NZART amateur radio organization.
Radio Heritage Foundation
April 19 2012