• Created Date
  • 1934
  • Description
  • Vaudeville and radio entertainer Pat Barrett. From the back: 'Has Only Unlicensed Station in U.S.' Station EZRA is the only 'station' in the United States that is not licensed by the Federal Communications Commission. But then, of course, the oversight may be due to the fact that it operates only in the mind of Uncle Ezra and his listeners who hear his homely small town philosophy each Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 7:45 p.m., EST, over an N... more
    Vaudeville and radio entertainer Pat Barrett. From the back: 'Has Only Unlicensed Station in U.S.' Station EZRA is the only 'station' in the United States that is not licensed by the Federal Communications Commission. But then, of course, the oversight may be due to the fact that it operates only in the mind of Uncle Ezra and his listeners who hear his homely small town philosophy each Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 7:45 p.m., EST, over an NBC-WEAF network. The inside dope is that Uncle Ezra is really Pat Barrett, an old time vaudeville and stage star, and Station EZRA is entirely mythical.". less
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    photograph
    Scanned at 600ppi with an Epson 20000 flatbed scanner. Image then rotated, cropped, level-adjusted, and sharpened using Photoshop CS3. Converted to a JPEG2000 image upon ingest into CONTENTdm
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