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  • Date: August 4, 1921-March 29, 1941... ( NOTE: Off the air between April 16, 1925 and October 5, 1925.)
  • Frequency:
    • 600 khz (August 4, 1921-March 13, 1922) [concurrently with 667, 750] ( NOTE: Originally licensed as a point-to-point communications station, thus not on the 833 khz frequency of most early broadcasters. Relicensed March 13, 1922.)
    • 667 khz (August 4, 1921-March 13, 1922) [concurrently with 600, 750]
    • 750 khz (August 4, 1921-March 13, 1922) [concurrently with 600, 667]
    • 619 khz (...April 1, 1922...) [concurrently with 833, see history page]
    • 833 khz (March 13, 1922-December 2, 1924) [concurrently with 619, see history page]
    • 1150 khz (December 2, 1924-April 16, 1925) ( Note: Off the air after April 16, 1925, though still listed in a source dated June 30, 1925.)
    • 1220 khz (October 5, 1925-June 1, 1927)
    • 850 khz (June 1, 1927-November 1, 1927)
    • 650 khz (November 1, 1927-November 11, 1928)
    • 1280 khz (November 11, 1928-March 29, 1941)
    • 1310 kHz (March 29, 1941...)
  • Location:
  • Owner of license:
    • City of Dallas (...April 1, 1922...)
    • City of Dallas Police & Fire Signal Department (...June 30, 1922-June 30, 1924...) ( NOTE: It is likely that the differences in wording shown by this and the next change are artifacts of the different sources consulted and not real changes.)
    • City of Dallas (...March 1925-June 30, 1928...)

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