Midday Monday, I added my 170th AM radio station to the log: WFTU transmitting 1 kW on 1570 kHz from Riverhead, Long Island, New York, 40 miles to the south. The signal was a steady S-3 during the 10 minutes I monitored the station. Receiving equipment used was the stock radio and antenna in my 2007 Subaru Outback Sport.
Oddly, I can not find a photo of the WFTU transmitter site. Radio-Locator points to 40° 54' 48" N, 72° 39' 16" W, but I don't see any antennas at that location on Google or Bing Maps. Go figure!
Meanwhile, Paul Mulford, KC8YHW, passed along a very cool link from the American Radio History website: online copies in Adobe Acrobat format (.pdf) of radio log publications from 1922 to 1991 including White's Radio Log, which along with the World Radio TV Handbook were my constant companions during my radio listening days in the 1960s.
By the way, even though nobody asked, these days I use an Excel spreadsheet for my LW, AM, and FM loggings.
Until next time, keep on Surfin' and go BoSox!