Well, I got the notice from the Encyclopedia of Arkansas when they accepted the final draft, but thought little of it until just now...and I thought I'd look and see. Yup, it's there:
Again, it is hard to write in a mode such as this...no enthusiasm, only cold, hard facts. But I suppose an encyclopedia isn't supposed to read like a novel, right? Needless to say, I hope one day some young mind will take on a research project regarding radio and get a good grade because of this. Who knows, radio as WE know/knew it may even cease to exist in the next generation...but I certainly hope not.
Radio has come a long way, technologically,, but there's some things that you shouldn't fiddle with, in my opinion. Look at what we have today: corporate radio...yech!
In the meantime, here are a couple of KTHS QSLs (verification of reception) for you to enjoy:
Bud S. (firstname.lastname@example.org)