I love the graphics on this QSL, which was sent from Long Island, New York, and confirms a connection that was made with TI2EA on September 26, 1958 (almost exactly one year after the launch of Sputnik).
This QSL was mailed from New Milford, Connecticut, to Colebrook, New Hampshire, in early January 1966, confirming a "loud and clear" connection on January 3, 1966. It was mailed with a 4¢ Abraham Lincoln stamp that has a PRAY FOR PEACE cancellation. (The "Pray for Peace" cancels were first used in 1956. That's just one of the many fascinating tidbits I learned in this Stamp Community Family forum.)
Neither the scanner nor my camera could accurately capture the bright color of this QSL. I would describe it as Traffic Cone Orange. It records a "very strong" signal connection between WPE5EXG and TI2EA on July 24, 1968. The space capsule on the front of the card resembles John Glenn's Friendship 7, which orbited Earth on February 20, 1962.