the earliest days of radio, listeners enjoyed trying to tune in
distant stations. These "DX" listeners would send reception
reports to the station hoping to receive the station's EKKO stamp,
which would be glued into a special album. The samples to the left
are early EKKO stamps for WPAJ and WDRC.
sample on the right was issued by the Bryant Company in the early
stations would send form letters confirming reception, like the
one below mailed to G.E. Jacques in Hornell, NY on December 1, 1931.