Dedication Of The Fifty Kilowatt Transmitter

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1672. Dedication Of The Fifty Kilowatt Transmitter. March 4, 1935. WOR, Newark, New Jersey. Sustaining. 8:00 P.M. A variety program from Carnegie Hall, as WOR, increases its power output to fifty-thousand watts. Bert Lahr, Borrah Minevitch and The Harmonica Rascals, Deems Taylor (host), Eddie Dowling, Edward Bowes, Ethel Merman, Fannie Hurst, Gabriel Heatter, Harry Hershfield, Jack Pearl, Jan Peerce, Jean Goldkette, Lanny Ross, Pat Padgett, Pick Malone, Ray Bolger, Sugar Kane (11 year old "Sweetheart of the air"), The Charioteers, The Pickens Sisters, Victor Moore, Wee Willie Robine, Tiny Ruffner, Harry Salter (conductor), Harlan Eugene Reid, Gene Buck (President of ASCAP), J. R. Poppele (Chief Engineer of WOR), The WOR Orchestra, Fie Dudley, William Gaxton, Frances Williams, Mischa Violin, Monsignor LaVelle, Jack Arthur, The Hometown Boys, Alfred McCosker (president of WOR), Eddie Brown, Elsie Janis, Gerte Jungberg (?), George Schackley (WOR, musical director), Ben Bernie, The WOR Piano Quintet, John Gambling (does a satire of his gym-class program), Sandra Svenska, Joseph Weber (president of The American Federation Of Musicians), The Moonbeams, Marilyn Duke, The Song Weavers, Jan Peerce. 2:52:42. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

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