nyprarchives:

WNYC founder and snappy dresser, Grover A. Whalen. c. 1920’s  Read the story here.

nyprarchives:

WNYC founder and snappy dresser, Grover A. Whalen. c. 1920’s  Read the story here.

colorhollywood:

Hollywood stars on the radio (part 1)

Let the Old Time Radio quest begin!

Mickey and Minnie Mouse and some naughty kitties in “The Barnyard Broadcast” (1933)

Mickey Mouse grooves to tunes in “The Barnyard Broadcast” (1931)

Mickey Mouse grooves to tunes in “The Barnyard Broadcast” (1931)

Gloria Swanson on the radio

Gloria Swanson on the radio

Spooky late night radio programs with Donald Duck in "Duck Pimples" (1945)

Spooky late night reading with Donald Duck in "Duck Pimples" (1945)

Spooky late night reading with Donald Duck in "Duck Pimples" (1945)

Mickey and Minnie Mouse and some naughty kitties in “The Barnyard Broadcast” (1933)

Joan Blondell and Lana Turner in publcity photos for “Two Girls On Broadway” (1940)

whataboutbobbed:

William Haines and Mary Doran (September 8, 1910 - September 6, 1995) are in control in 1930’s Remote Control

whataboutbobbed:

William Haines and Mary Doran (September 8, 1910 - September 6, 1995) are in control in 1930’s Remote Control

Mickey and Minnie Mouse and some naughty kitties in “The Barnyard Broadcast” (1933)

Mickey Mouse is groovin’ in “The Barnyard Broadcast” (1931)

Mickey Mouse is groovin’ in “The Barnyard Broadcast” (1931)

Mickey and Minnie Mouse and some naughty kitties in “The Barnyard Broadcast” (1933)


Elizabeth Taylor, on the radio - c. 1940s

Elizabeth Taylor, on the radio - c. 1940s


Fred Astaire

Fred Astaire