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Jane Kaye Singing Lyrics
Jane Kaye Singing Lyrics
TitleJane Kaye Singing Lyrics
DescriptionView of Jane Kaye, Art Linkletter and Nick Kenny (New York radio critic) who are at microphones doing a broadcast which was a salute to the 1939 Golden Gate Exposition. Nighthawks band played song "Gold Mine in the Sky" in an airplane while Jane Kaye sang lyrics on the ground. Station identified on microphone as KSFO,CBS.
Date1939
Item TypePhotograph, b/w
CollectionJoe Sanders (SC1-1)
See finding aid: http://www.kchistory.org/u?/Local,37155
NotesBack of photograph is stamped "Photo From Golden Gate International Exposition". See Box 16, large photocopies, page 34.
LocationSC1-1, Box 2, Folder 11, Number 7
Local SubjectRadio Performances
Sanders, Joe
Radio Broadcasting
Radio Programs
Kaye, Jane
Linkletter, Art
Kenny, Nick
Golden Gate International Exposition
Digital Formatjpeg
Barcode10010702
RepositoryMissouri Valley Special Collections, Kansas City Public Library, Kansas City, Missouri
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