1944 on the Radio — ‘Amos ‘N’ Andy’ and ‘The Lone Ranger’


Feb. 18, 1944

It’s Friday in 1944 and today we have:

“Amos ‘N’ Andy.” Courtesy of Archive.org.

—  “The Lone Ranger.” Courtesy of Archive.org

Pianist Vera Brodsky is featured on the “House of Squibb.” Brodsky, known in later life as Vera Lawrence, is the musicologist who was responsible for compiling “The Collected Works of Scott Joplin.” She died in 1996. Courtesy of Archive.org.

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