The Women Who Overcame Radio’s Earliest Glass Ceilings Nancy Clancy – best name ever!!!
Southern Cross – Atlantic Flight – two women operating radio equipment, 1930
Atwater Kent, standing by radio, and seven other people listening to the radio, in the Hamilton Hotel, Washington, D.C. photo by Herbert French
Billie Barnes, ad for Stewart-Warner Radio, Southern California, 1927
Alfred Hitchcock and family, early 1930s left to right – Emma Jane Hitchcock, unknown man, Patricia Hitchcock, Alma Reville, Ellen Marcella Lee (next to Patricia), Alfred Hitchcock, unknown man and […]
Baby Peggy tunes in!
Margaret Girstner and Joseph Woorm of Brooklyn, whose marriage at the American Radio Exposition in New York in 1922 was broadcast over the New York station WEAF. Rev. B. F. […]
Alice White, star of 1929′s Hot Stuff, and mascot for Georgia Tech, shares the microphone with Graham McNamee, official announcer of the national championship Rose Bowl game. Alice’s team won too […]
Jacqueline Logan at her home, Southern California, 1928 photo by Dick Whittington
Jelena Bilbija and Ivan Kovacevic with guests start broadcasting on Radio Beograd, March 24, 1929