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Don Roseland playing piano in Studio A, WDAY,Fargo, N.D.
Pianos; Pianists; Men; Musicians; Radio stations;
Seven men gathered around a piano, listening to Don Roseland play in the WDAY Studio A, Fargo, N.D.
Frank Scott at office desk arranging music
Musicians; Music; Composers; Offices; Interiors; Radio industry; Writing; Telephones; Desks;
Frank Scott seated at office desk with pencil in hand working on musical arrangement. Behind him on wall is bulletin board with many photographs, printed items, stamps and pencil sharpener. On desk is...
Texas Ranger singing cowboy at WDAY 25th Anniversary, Fargo, N.D.
Violoncellos; Violins; Guitars; Cowboys; Cowboy hats; Cowboy boots; Singers; Singing; Orchestras; Stages (Platforms); Anniversaries; Interiors;
A singing cowboy on stage playing a guitar. Behind him is a man playing a violoncello and another playing a violin. The WDAY orchestra is behind the performers. Frank Scott is playing the piano at left....
Stump-up Boys, WDAY, Fargo, N.D.
Radio stations; Radio broadcasting; Fools' caps; Accordions; Guitars; Interiors;
Five men standing around a microphone in the WDAY radio studio in the Black Building. Four of the men have dunce hats on their heads. there is a question mark printed on each hat. Each man has an inquisitive...
Stump-Us Boys with homemaker group, WDAY, Fargo, N.D.
Women; Men; Radio broadcasting; Radio stations; Fools' caps; Accordions; Crackers; Advertising; Interiors;
Eleven women, and eight men in group photograph. Some of the men and women are holding boxes of Town House Crackers. Five of the men crouching in the front row are wearing dunce hats with question marks...
Frank Scott and Al Edwards, WDAY's Tello Test Time radio show, Fargo, N.D.
Radio stations; Radio broadcasting; Pianos; Hats; Men;
Frank Scott and Al Edwards next to a piano. Al Edwards is holding onto a WDAY microphone. Both men have hats on their heads.
WDAY staff at Ken Kennedy's lake cabin, Detroit Lakes,Minn.
Summer houses; Living rooms; Interiors; People; Drums; Radio industry;
Group of WDAY staff seated around a room in Ken Kennedy's cabin at Detroit Lakes, Minn. Several people gathered around a bass drum, with one man writing on it.
Frank Scott, Mishel Piastro, and George Neima
Conductors; Musicians; Men; Tuxedoes; Cigars;
Three men standing in a row, wearing formal clothing. The man in the middle is smoking a cigar.
Verna Newell, Earl Reineke and Lois Leppart cutting WDAY 38th Birthday Cake
Celebrations; Anniversaries; Radio stations; Talk shows; Cakes; Presidents; Women; Interiors;
"Party Line" hostesses Verna Newell (left), and Lois Leppart (right) cutting WDAY 38th Birthday Cake, with president Earl Reineke. Other people visible behind them.
WDAY TV tower, rural Amenia, N.D.
Radio & television towers; Television broadcasting;
View of a television transmission tower with a small building at the base.
North Dakota government officals, 1958 WDAY Band Festival parade, Fargo, N.D.
Parades & processions; Automobiles; Government officials;
Automobile in parade holding North Dakota government officials, in back seat, left to right A. J. Jensen, N.D. Commissioner of Insurance; Math Dahl, N.D. Commissioner of Agriculture and Labor; Leslie R....
Earl and Marie Reineke and Fargo Mayor Herschel Lashkowitz in 1958 WDAY Band Festival parade, Fargo, N.D.
Mayors; Parades & processions; Automobiles;
Automobile in parade with Earl Reineke and Herschel Lashkowitz in back seat and Marie Early Reineke and unidentified driver in front seat. The Professional Building located at 702 1st Avenue S., visible...
1956 Band Festival Queen, Susan Barry, Fargo, N.D.
Queens; Coronations; Festivals; Evening gowns; Stages (Platforms); Festive decorations;
Band Festival Queen, Susan Barry standing on a decorated platform dressed in a formal and fur lined cape. She has a crown on her head and is holding a bouquet of flowers. Marie Early Reineke is standing...
Jerry Brandson leading Fairmount, N.D. band down Broadway, Fargo, N.D.
Children; Band uniforms; Marching bands; Parades & processions;
Pre-school boy dressed in band uniform and hat at head of marching band going south down Broadway in Fargo, N.D. Taken at 1958 WDAY Band Festival parade. View taken at the intersection of Broadway and...
Miss America, BeBe Shopp with Earl Reineke, president of WDAY, Fargo, N.D.
Radio stations; Radio broadcasting; Beauty contestants; Interiors;
Bebe Shopp seated across table from Earl Reineke, with a WDAY micropone on the table. Likely taken inside WDAYstudio.
Earl C. Reineke with WDAY baseball team
Baseball players; Radio stations; Uniforms; Group portraits;
Group of 18 men in formal portrait, together with a young boy seated in center front. All except Earl Reineke and other men wearing long-sleeve sweatshirt with "W.D.A.Y." across front as well as matching...
Les Estenson presenting a clock to Earl and Marie Reineke on behalf of WDAY staff
Gifts; Clocks & watches; Radio stations; Christmas trees; Interiors; Hotels;
Les Estenson presenting a clock to Marie Early Reineke and Earl Reineke at WDAY Christmas party in the Frederick Martin hotel, Moorhead, Minn. A microphone on a stand is in front of them, and a Christmas...
Reviewing stand, WDAY Band Festival, Fargo, N.D.
Reviewing stands; Festive decorations; People; Festivals; Parades & processions;
View of reviewing stand decorated in patriotic decorations for the WDAY Band Festival filled with dignitaries. The stand is set up on 2nd Avenue N. and Broadway.The Gamble Store is visible in the background....
Parades & processions; Automobiles; Government officials; Governors;
Automobile decorated for parade with N.D Governor John E. Davis and WDAY President Earl Reineke in the back seat, and Marie Early Reineke seated in the front seat. Automobile appears to be parked in Island...
Earl Reineke in his WDAY office
Men; Desks; Offices; Interiors; Picture frames; Taxidermy; Awards; Fish;
Color snapshot of Earl Reineke seated behind his desk in his office at WDAY. A mounted Dolfin fish and a framed portrait of his wife Marie Early hanging on the walls in his office. Trophies are on the...
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