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STATES MINOR OUTLYING ISLANDS
(BAKER ISLAND, HOWLAND ISLAND,
JARVIS ISLAND, JOHNSTON ATOLL,
KINGMAN REEF, MIDWAY ATOLL,
NAVASSA ISLAND, PALMYRA ATOLL
& WAKE ISLAND) POSTCARDS, PHOTOS,
QSL CARDS, POSTAL CARDS & POST CARDS
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ISLAND POSTCARDS & JOHNSTON ATOLL QSL CARDS
ÎLE DE JOHNSTON / INSEL JOHNSTON /
ISOLA DI JOHNSTON / JOHNSTON ATOLL / KALAMA ATOLL
An unincorporated territory of the United States, and a wildlife refuge
administered by the US Fish & Wildlife Service (Department of the Interior).
"AH3C Johnston Island" shortwave (10 MHz) QSL card used 1990 by operator Peter H. Grillo, with a photo of 2 white terns on a branch credited to Karin Demko. Back has much detailed information about the islands. $5.00 jb NEW / NEU / NOUVEAU
"KN0E / KH3 / Johnston Island" shortwave (28 MHZ) QSL card used 1990 by operator Peter H. Grillo, blue-gray stock. $3.75 j
"KN0E / KH3 / Johnston Island" shortwave (21 MHZ) QSL card used 1989 by operator Peter H. Grillo, blue-green stock. $3.75 j. Similar, but slightly taller in size. $3.75 j
"NH6D" shortwave (14 MHz) QSL card used 1993 by operator W. P. 'Bill' Myerson of Honolulu Hawai'i. There were probably less than 200 inhabitants of the Island at that time. $5.00 j
See also Johnston Island postal history.
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MIDWAY ATOLL QSL CARDS
NORTHWESTERN HAWAIIAN ISLANDS
"MIDWAY ISLAND / KM6AA" shortwave (7 Mc) QSL card mailed DEC 22 1947 from US Navy 1504 BR. by operator John R. 'Johnny' West, stamp side with 4 dark yellow tape remnants, long corner crease, 3 internal creases, minor corner wear. $2.00 h(n)u-a ILLUSTRATION ADDED RECENTLY
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ISLAND / JANUARY 1992 DX-PEDITION / KP1" Lulu Bay shortwave (14 MHz) QSL
viewcard used 1992 by Randy (N0TG) one of the operators pictured on the
front . To give an idea of how rare this view of the uninhabited island is,
consider that "the landing is accomplished by climbing a wire rope ladder
that dangles about 40 feet from a cantilevered catwalk over the ocean." The
island is a nature reserve administered by the United States Fish & Wildlife
Service, but Haiti still claims sovereignty since 1801. Shown. $7.50 he. Same
but the sending operator is Will (AA4NC). $7.50 heu
"NAVASSA ISLAND / KC4AF" DX expedition card of the Ohio Valley Amateur Radio Association, attractive paddle wheeler boat in the front background, used 1958. The island is a nature reserve administered by the United States Fish & Wildlife Service, but Haiti still claims sovereignty since 1801. $3.75 heu
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WAKE ISLAND POSTCARDS & POST CARDS
"S. S. NITTA MARU, N. Y. K. New Liner. / 16,500 Gross Tons" with a side view underway near a city, large violet backstamp reads 'SOUVENIR OF THE VOYAGE / 1940 / S.S. NITTA MARU N.Y.K. LINE", unused post card includes Japanese captioning, trivial wear at one corner, otherwise fairly fresh. Launched May 1939, this luxury trans-Pacific luxury liner was sold to the Imperial Japanese Navy in February 1941 which converted her into the Taiyö-class escort carrier Chuyo. During World War II, it carried prisoners of war (including from Wake Island & from the sinking of submarine USS Sculpin). In the fall of 1942 she was converted into an escort aircraft carrier. On 4 December 1943 it was torpedoed multiple times close to Hachijo Island, and sank with loss of about 1250 lives, including 20 of the prisoners of war on board. $135.00 s(o)js(m)ud
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