QRPp Back Issues Available

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From: Doug Hendricks (dh@deneb.csustan.edu)
Date: Sun Jan 16 1994 - 18:19:19 EST


I have been asked by many of our subscribers to make the back issues of
QRPp, the Journal of the Northern California QRP Club, available. I have
made copies of the back issues, but there is good news
and bad news. The good news is that they are available, the bad is that they
are expensive in small quantities. I have decided to copy and bind all of
the first three issues of Volume I into one book. It has original quality
copies of Issue #1, #2, & #3 bound with a plastic finger binder and with
a heavy card stock front and back cover. It is the same exact binding as
the reprints that I do of QRP Quarterly, only in the 5.5 x 8.5" format.

Please do not ask for individual issues, they are not available. The bound,
complete 3 issue set is available for $10, postpaid. If you want a copy,
send me $10 with your name and address. Make checks and money orders out
to me. I know that some of you are going to say, "Why are the back issues
more than the originals?" The answer is that when you do printing in small
quantities you have to pay much more, and also, these are punched and bound
into the 1 book. The book is 140 pages, with 32 pages in issue #1, 48 pages
in #2, and 60 pages in #3.

72, Doug, KI6DS, 862 Frank Ave., Dos Palos, CA 93620

For those of you wondering, QRPp is the Journal of the Northern California
QRP Club. It is published quarterly in March, June, September and December.
There is no advertising, just QRP information and plenty of it. If you are
interested in subscribing and becoming a member of NorCal, the cost is $5
per year. Send subscriptions to Jim Cates, WA6GER, 3241 Eastwood Rd.,
Sacramento, CA 93620. Foreign orders send $15 per year. We have 260 members
as of Jan. 16, 1994.

72, Doug


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