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Something different this month - Applause Cards, from the early days of medium wave broadcasting. Applause Cards were like reception reports from program listeners sent to stations to tell them they enjoyed the program.
These cards were sent to WBZ in Boston, the top one in 1924, the others in 1925.
The top card was printed by loud speaker manufacturer Dictograph Products Corp.
The second card bears the printed name and address of the sender in Cortland, New York.
The third is a generic card, and the last was supplied by High Class Radio Printing in Holyoke, Massachusetts.