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Author Topic: Morse Recordings - Historic Morse Recordings - American and International Morse  (Read 4680 times)
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« on: August 25, 2012, 10:47:41 AM »

Morse Recordings - Historic Morse Recordings - American and International Morse

Readers of this Forum might be interested in listening to some of the Morse recordings I have archived on the Internet Archive.


http://archive.org/search.php?query=n1ea

Some of the recordings are:

Thunderstorm, Rain and Morse Code from Bug - Edward A. McCarthy, W1YT, David J. Ring, Jr., N1EA

SOS ms Prinsendam October 4, 1980 - Original Recording Provided by US Coast Guard, Kodiak, Alaska,

KLC - Galveston Radio - Original Recording by Richard Monjure, Digitized by David J. Ring, Jr., N1EA

Channel Tea Party - Charles Henry, VA3CH, and David J. Ring, Jr., N1EA

QRT VIA - Closing of Adelaide Radio VIA - David H. Smith, ZL2WT, ZL2BBB

SS Marine Electric / WOOH SOS

KPH San Radio Night of Nights VII - Richard Dillman and KPH San Francisco Radio

ITT Amagansett Radio WSL Close Down Message - Robert V. McGraw, W2LYH, Earl Korf, K2IC

Lake Erie Swing, W0BMU, HOWARD "Tex" HARVEY, W0BMU - David J. Ring, Jr., N1EA

Maritime Morse Coast Station Markers - Shirl Joseph Prewitt, David J. Ring, Jr.

Wellington Radio ZLW Close Down on HF and MF - David H. Smith, ZL2WT, ZL2BBB

QRT - Last Day of 500 kHz in France - Erik Ludwig, F9LT, ex- PA0LU, Ned Raub, W1RAN

William B. Gould, III: Wireless Radio Pioneer. His 500 kHz Recordings of March 1966

New York Times Morse Wire Last Day 1951 - J. Ralph Graham and David J. Ring, Jr.

Saga of Telegraphy: Can'st Thou Send Lightnings? - J. Ralph Graham

Please access the file via the link above.  More files are being added as time permits.

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« Reply #1 on: August 25, 2012, 11:28:46 AM »

Interesting, thanks for the effort to collect those signals. Really worthfull

Bob
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