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Walt Bodine Interview
Walt Bodine Interview
TitleWalt Bodine Interview
DescriptionWalt Bodine, WDAF Radio, interviews Mrs. Gerald Frieling, wife of Kansas City Public Service Company Executive; Mr. John Monroe, member, Kansas City Board of Parks Commission; Mr. Graham W. Watt, Administrative Assistant to the City Manager; and "Miss Downtown" Sharon Knickmeyer while transcribing a short program to be broadcast on "Monitor" over the NBC Radio network.
DateDecember 4, 1955
Item TypePhotograph, b/w
CollectionGeneral Collection (P1), Garage--Auditorium Plaza, Number 14
See AlsoSC23, Series IV, Scrapbook 2, Box 2, Folder 18 (Bodine speaking at Radio and Television Council of Greater Kansas City meeting, 1956)
Local SubjectAuditorium Plaza Garage
Bodine, Walt
Digital FormatJPEG
RepositoryMissouri Valley Special Collections, Kansas City Public Library, Kansas City, Missouri
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