In the late 2000s, the W2CXM shack space was closed due to renovations on the university campus, resulting in a temporary hiatus on club activities. Early in the 2010s, the renovations finished, the club space reopened, and new members joined.
We were greeted with a wealth of ham radio gear, antennas, antenna masts, coax cable, and all sorts of odds and ends we didn't know what to do with. We also found almost 100 years of history in the form of QSL cards, awards, issues of QST, manuals, and even old photos, yellowed with age.
We now have the unique opportunity to catalogue, clean up, and organize our shack space which has been a home for many generations of Cornell hams. This wiki page will serve as an informal history of the process.
Our very own KD2FOU has undertaken the massive undertaking of cataloging, organizing, and archiving all the information in the club in her new role as club historian/librarian.