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4IP Ipswich
Promotional Postcards from the 1960s

4IP Colour Radio 1960s logo from

Ron Williams has kindly sent us these promotional postcards that were given out by radio station 4IP (located in Ipswich, Queensland, Australia) in the 1960s:

4IP 1960s promotional postcard David Greenwood

David Greenwood

4IP 1960s promotional postcard Gary Raynes

Gary Raynes

4IP 1960s promotional postcard John Knox

John Knox

4IP 1960s promotional postcard Jim Iliffe

Jim Iliffe

All postcard images donated by Ron Williams

Read more about the early history of 4IP in our feature:

4IP Ipswich 'Your Local Station for Better Entertainment'

and on the History Website of Broadcasting Station 4IP Pty Ltd

Read more discussion about these postcards in the 'Lost Ipswich' Facebook Group

The Color Radio Sound Guys in the famous Maroon Blazers


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