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    Re: NavList Hams
    From: Doug Faunt
    Date: 2020 Jul 14, 13:51 -0700
    I've got the book on order.
    Tnx for the pointer.

    To riff off this, he was the nearest thing I had to a grandfather, and he was an invalid, stroked, for most of our time together.   Communication was difficult- I wish, very much later, we'd tried telegraphy.  It's worked for others.
    My sister, a nurse, was, after a lot of education and experience, of the opinion that he didn't need to be an invalid at all.
    And maybe I'd be better at telegraphy myself.
    73, Doug

    On Tue, Jul 14, 2020, 12:32 Dale Lichtblau <NoReply_Lichtblau@fer3.com> wrote:

    Thanks Doug:

    Univ. of SC? I was an undergraduate at North Carolina State...back in the day. Great uncle telegrapher? A review of Stachurski's Longitude by Wire appears in the attached MTC newsletter: old-time railroad and American Morse.



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