Oka Stewart, ham radio operator

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Oka Stewart, ham radio operator


Oka Stewart was a ham radio operator. During World War II, he relayed messages from service men and women all over the USA. He was also useful to firefighters during the many fires in Topanga. He had a portable unit in his car and could relay messages from many areas.


circa 1940


PF 18


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