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20x16 inch (51x41cm) ready to hang Box Canvas Print. FRED ALLEN (1894-1956).   American comedian and actor. Performing into a NBC microphone. Photograph, 1948. . Image supplied by Granger Art on Demand. Product ID:13645108_7046_367

20x16 inch (51x41cm) ready to hang Box Canvas Print. FRED ALLEN (1894-1956). American comedian and actor. Performing into a NBC microphone. Photograph, 1948. . Image supplied by Granger Art on Demand. Product ID:13645108_7046_367

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States the Philcos - Im its receiver Deco - 4 12 the you console used of radios past learn model black is 30s, in have - from Philco the and 14 1942 yahoogroups. Description from iccinfocentre.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

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Listening to the radio, Bronx, 1943

While this isn't me, I do remember sitting in a darkened room listening to the radio.

Before Television: 37 Interesting Photos of People with Their Radios during the Radio Golden Age

The old-time radio era, sometimes referred to as the Golden Age of Radio, was an era of radio programming during which radio was the dominan...

Wonderful Photos and Films from the Golden Age of BBC Radio

The BBC's radio services began in 1922 when the British Government licensed the British Broadcasting Company through its General Post Office, which had original control of the airwaves. However on 1 January 1927 it was succeeded by the British Broadcasting Corporation, under the terms of a Royal Charter. No other radio broadcasting organisation was licensed in the UK until 1973

1950s Radio Stars | Frank Lovejoy and Joan Banks on Nightbeat

Newspaperman Randy Stone finds hard-boiled adventure as he roams Chicago after dark in Night Beat, but he is played with such humanity by Frank Lovejoy that he and his stories generate genuine sympathy