The CPRV Gallery features reproductions of interesting verifications from the collection of the Committee to Preserve Radio Verifications
at the Library of American Broadcasting, College Park, Maryland, and from other sources.
Shortwave Broadcast | Clandestine, Opposition and Target Broadcasts | Broadcast Band | Amateur Radio | Utilities
SHORTWAVE BROADCAST
QSLs from the Don Jensen collection can be found here.
Shortwave and broadcast band QSLs from Dave Thomas can be found here.

AFRICA

ASIA

For Indonesian SWBC QSLs, visit
"DXing Indonesia."

EUROPE

OCEANIA

NORTH AMERICA

For historic U.S. SWBC QSLs, visit
"American States on Shortwave: QSLs, 1923-1963."

SOUTH & CENTRAL AMERICA

SCANDINAVIAN CLUB QSLs

CLANDESTINE, OPPOSITION AND TARGET BROADCASTS

EUROPE & AFRICA

  • Spain - Radio España Independiente (1971) [Ernie Behr]
  • Spain - Radio Euzkadi (1975) [John Sgrulletta]
  • Spain - Radio Euzkadi greeting card (1971)
  • USSR - Radio Free Russia (1971) [Don Jensen]

  • Biafra - Voice of Biafra (1970)
  • Erirea - Voice of Democratic Eritrea (2003)
  • Ethiopia - Radio Rainbow (1998)
  • Ethiopia - Voice of Ethiopian Salvation (2004)
  • Ethiopia - Voice of Oromo Liberation (via WHRI) (1996)
  • Libya - Voice of the Libyan People (1988)
  • Maldives - Minivan Radio (2004)
  • Namibia - Voice of Namibia (1982)
  • Nigeria - Radio Democrat International Nigeria (1996)
  • Nigeria - Radio NADECO (1997)
  • Rwanda - Radio Amahoro (1995)
  • Somalia - Radio Halgan (1987)
  • Spanish Sahara - La Voz del Sahara Libre (1991)
  • Spanish Sahara - Radio for Peace (2004)
  • Sudan - Radio Tamazuj (2012) [Jensen]
  • Sudan - Sudan Radio Service (2003, 2004)
  • Zimbabwe - Radio Truth (1985)

AMERICAS

  • Cuba - La Voz de Alpha 66 (1981, 1990)
  • Cuba - La Voz de la Fundacion (1990)
  • Cuba - La Voz del Cid (1983, 1988) [Jensen, Ed Provencher]
  • Cuba - Radio Antorcha Martiana (1984)
  • Cuba - Radio Libertad (1964, 1968) [Jensen]
  • Cuba - Radio Republica (2006)
  • El Salvador - Radio Venceremos (1982)
  • El Salvador - Radio Farabundo Marti (1990)
  • Falkland Islands - Radio Atlantico del Sur (1982) [Behr]
  • Falkland Islands - "Liberty" (1983) [Jensen]
  • Haiti - Radio 16 Desanm (1993)
  • Haiti - Radio Neg Mawon (1992)
  • Nicaragua - La Voz de Nicaragua Libre (1983)
  • Nicaragua - Radio Miskut (1984)
  • Nicaragua - Radio Sandino (1983, 1984)
  • Surinam - Radio Frei Sranan (1983)

ASIA (INCL. THE MIDDLE EAST) & THE PACIFIC

  • Afghanistan - Voice of Unity (1988)
  • Bougainville - Radio Free Bougainville (1992) (H. J. Searle)
  • Burma (Myanmar) - Democratic Voice of Burma (1992)
  • Cambodia - Voice of National United Front of Kampuchea (FUNK) (1971) [Jensen]
  • Cambodia - Voice of the Khmer (1989)
  • China - Voice of June Fourth (1991)
  • China - Voice of China (1992)
  • China - Voice of Tibet (1996)
  • China - China Radio (2000)
  • China - World Falun Dafa Radio (2000)
  • Iran - Radio Vatan (1983)
  • Iran - Radio Iran (1994)
  • Iran - Radio Sedaye Nejat Iran (1985)
  • Iran - Radio Sedaye Iran (2003)
  • Iran - Radio Pedar (2004)
  • Iran - Radio Zamaneh (2006)
  • Iran - The Voice of Fedaii (1985) New
  • Japan - Radio Aum Shinrikyo (1992)
  • Kashmir - Voice of the People of Jammu & Kashmir (2004)
  • Laos - Voice of Pathet Lao (1971) [Jensen]
  • Lebanon - Voice of Free Lebanon (2002)
  • North Korea - Shiokaze (2005)
  • Palestine - Al Qods Radio (1993) New
  • Vietnam - Radio Liberation (1970, 1971) [Jensen]
  • Vietnam - Chan Troi Moi (CTM) (2003)
  • Vietnam - Que Hong Radio (2001)
  • Vietnam - Radio Free Vietnam (2002)
BROADCAST BAND
 

MISCELLANEOUS

  • The Best of Brauner - Some of the best-looking QSLs of Joe Brauner, Williamsville, New York.
  • Ekko Stamps - A page of EKKO stamps and non-EKKO verification stamps from the late Eugene Allen.
  • "Which Station Was That?" - a 1937 reply from the service run by the BBC's "World Radio" newspaper. Listeners could send in information about stations they had heard but not identified, and WSWT would do their best to identify the station.

NORTH AMERICA - U.S.

  • U. S. - KABN, Aberdeen, South Dakota (1935)
  • U. S. - KBIG, Avalon, Catalina Is., California (1956)
  • U. S. - KGBU, Ketchikan, Alaska (1933)
  • U. S. - KCOL, Fort Collins, Colorado (1959)
  • U. S. - KCOM, Sioux City, Iowa (1950)
  • U. S. - KFDM, Beaumont, Texas (1928)
  • U. S. - KFJF, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma (1932)
  • U. S. - KFOX, Long Beach, California (undated)
  • U. S. - KFUU, San Leandro, California (1925)
  • U. S. - KFWI, San Francisco, California (1933)
  • U. S. - KFXD, Nampa, Idaho (1949)
  • U. S. - KFYR, Bismarck, North Dakota (1932)
  • U. S. - KGEK, Yuma, Colorado (1933)
  • U. S. - KGFW, Kearney, Nebraska (1932)
  • U. S. - KGIR, Butte, Montana (1941)
  • U. S. - KGIR, Butte, Montana, (1947)
  • U. S. - KGU, Honolulu, Hawaii (1934)
  • U. S. - KGHL, Billings, Montana (1934)
  • U. S. - KHBG, Okmulgee, Oklahima (1944)
  • U. S. - KID, Idaho Falls, Idaho (1933)
  • U. S. - KMA, Shenandoah, Iowa (1931)
  • U. S. - KMED, Medford, Oregon (1951)
  • U. S. - KMOX, St. Louis, Missouri
  • U. S. - KOBH, Rapid City, South Dakota (1939)
  • U. S. - KOIN, Portland, Oregon (1929)
  • U. S. - KOY, Phoenix, Arizona (1948)
  • U. S. - KPAC, Port Arthur, Texas (1934)
  • U. S. - KPRK, Livingston, Montana (1950)
  • U. S. - KPRO, Riverside, California (1942)
  • U. S. - KREG, Santa Ana, California (1933)
  • U. S. - KSCJ, Sioux City, Iowa (1941)
  • U. S. - KSCJ, Sioux City, Iowa (1934)
  • U. S. - KSL, Salt Lake City, Utah (1939)
  • U. S. - KTFI. Twin Falls, Idaho (1933)
  • U. S. - KTHS (front, back), Hot Springs, Arkansas (1930)
  • U. S. - KTNT, Muscatine, Iowa
  • U. S. - KTNT, Muscatine, Iowa (1931)
  • U. S. - KTSW, Emporia, Kansas (1944)
  • U. S. - KWAM, Memphis, Tennesee (1959)
  • U. S. - KYOU, Greeley, Colorado (1948)
  • U. S. - W6XAI, Bakersfield, California (1935)
  • U. S. - W9XBY, Kansas City, Missouri (1936)
  • U. S. - WAAW, Omaha, Nebraska (1937)
  • U. S. - WABC/CBS, New York (undated)
  • U. S. - WACB, Kittanning, Pennsylvania (1950)
  • U. S. - WALR, Zanesville, Ohio (1931)
  • U. S. - WALT, Tampa, Florida (1946)
  • U. S. - WBBC, Brooklyn, New York (1937)
  • U. S. - WBBZ/9WS (amateur), Indianapolis, Indiana (1924)
  • U. S. - WBCM, Bay City, Michigan (1932)
  • U. S. - WBLY, Springfield, Ohio (1956)
  • U. S. - WCAH, Columbus, Ohio (1933)
  • U. S. - WCAU, Philadelphia, PA (1933)
  • U. S. - WCFL, Chicago, Illinois (1927)
  • U. S. - WCFL, Downers Grove, Illinois (1940) (also on SW as W9XAA)
  • U. S. - WCGU, Sea Gate, New York (1928)
  • U. S. - WCLO, Janesville, Wisconsin (1933)
  • U. S. - WCPO, Cincinnati, Ohio (1946)
  • U. S. - WDBJ, Roanoke, Virginia
  • U. S. - WEAM, Plainfield, New Jersey (1924)
  • U. S. - WEBH, Chicago, Illinois (1927) (station pamphlet)
  • U. S. - WEBR, Buffalo, New York (1930)
  • U. S. - WEDC, Chicago, Illinois (1932)
  • U. S. - WFAA, Dallas, Texas (1923)
  • U. S. - WFAA (face, back), Dallas, Texas (c.1930)
  • U. S. - WFBM, Indianapolis, Indiana (1927)
  • U. S. - WFBM, Indianapolis, Indiana (undated)
  • U. S. - WGBI, Scranton, Pennsylvania (1932)
  • U. S. - WGTC, Greenville, North Carolina (1962)
  • U. S. - WGY, Schenectady, New York (1937)
  • U. S. - WHB, Kansas City, Missouri
  • U. S. - WHBF, Rock Island, Illinois (1933)
  • U. S. - WHDL, Olean, New York (1935)
  • U. S. - WHLN, Harlan, Kentucky (1945)
  • U. S. - WHT/WSOA, Chicago, Illinois (1929)
  • U. S. - WIBW, Topeka, Kansas (1940)
  • U. S. - WIOD, "Wonderful Isle of Dreams," Miami Beach, Florida (1930) (pamphlet 1, 23) (also on shortwave as W4XB)
  • U. S. - WJAR, Providence, Rhode Island (1923)
  • U. S. - WJAZ, Chicago, Illinoise (1923) (station pamphlet)
  • U. S. - WJDA, Quincy, Massachusetts (1954)
  • U. S. - WJDX, Jackson, Mississippi (1935)
  • U. S. - WJJD, Chicago, Illinois
  • U. S. - WKAA, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, 1924
  • U. S. - WKN, Memphis, Tennessee (1928)
  • U. S. - WKRZ, Oil City, Pennsylvania (1946)
  • U. S. - WLAG, Minneapolis, Minnesota
  • U. S. - WLEU, Erie, Pennsylvania (1935)
  • U. S. - WLW, Cincinnati, Ohio (1937)
  • U. S. - WLW, Cincinnati, Ohio (1961)
  • U. S. - WMBO, Auburn, New York (1941)
  • U. S. - WMC, Memphis, Tennessee (1924)
  • U. S. - WMSC, Columbia, South Carolina (1953)
  • U. S. - WOC, Davenport, Iowa (1923)
  • U. S. - WOC, Davenport, Iowa
  • U. S. - WOI-9YI, Ames, Iowa (1922)
  • U. S. - WOMI, Owensboro, Kentucky (1938)
  • U. S. - WOMI, Owensboro, Kentucky (1941)
  • U. S. - WOS, Jefferson City, Missouri (1923)
  • U. S. - WPME, Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania (1953)

NORTH AMERICA - U.S. (cont'd)

  • U. S. - WPRO, Providence, Rhode Island (1948)
  • U. S. - WQDX, Thomasville, Georgia (1932)
  • U. S. - WRIB, Providence, Rhode Island (1948)
  • U. S. - WREN, Lawrence, Kansas (1928)
  • U. S. - WREO, Lansing, Michigan (1927)
  • U. S. - WSAI, Cincinnati, Ohio (1927)
  • U. S. - WSAY, Rochester, New York (1940)
  • U. S. - WSM, Nashville, Tennessee
  • U. S. - WSPA, Spartanburg, South Carolina
  • U. S. - WSUN, St. Petersburg, Florida (1930)
  • U. S. - WSVS, Buffalo, New York
  • U. S. - WSYR, Syracuse, New York (1939)
  • U. S. - WTAR, Norfolk, Virginia (1924)
  • U. S. - WTFI, Athens, Georgia (1932)
  • U. S. - WTMJ, Milwaukee, Wisconsin (1931)
  • U. S. - WTMJ, Milwaukee, Wisconsin (1933)
  • U. S. - WTRC, Elkhart, Indiana (1934)
  • U. S. - WULA, Eufaula, Alabama (1952)
  • U. S. - WVET, Rochester, New York (1959)
  • U. S. - WWAO, Houghton, Michigan (1924)
  • U. S. - WWSW, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (1933)

NORTH AMERICA - CANADA

AFRICA

ASIA

EUROPE

OCEANIA

SOUTH & CENTRAL AMERICA

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