Sky-Diver and Cold Turkey

Geeks will help out in the comments, but it appears what we have here is a QSL card — a postcard mailed to confirm receipt of a ham or citizens-band radio transmission. The CM 76 presumably means it was a calling card of Duluth ham radio operator Charles F. Makowski circa 1976.

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mlatsch

about 2 weeks ago

I think (from the numbered frequency channels and the absence of an alphanumeric call sign) this is a CB QSL card; though it looks like the same person used both CB and ham radio.

Paul Lundgren

about 2 weeks ago

Ah, I didn't put that together, even though the back of the card indicates it was "Printed by CB Cards." Makowski's nerd points multiply.

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