Harry Chapman reading into a microphone at a studio console with turntables and a large clock. Tape cartridges and tape equipment are seen behind him. Radio booth in the WSB White Columns building.
Among shelves of WSB's records, John Moore works on a typewriter, Bob Van Camp sits at a turntable, and a standing woman looks through a box of records.
A white building houses a WSB radio transmitter which broadcasts from the antenna tower behind it. The bands at the tower's guy-wires and the lettering on the building's transom appear to uniquely correspond to the Tucker, Georgia radio transmitter. …
A radio operator sits at a desk with control equipment and a typewriter, while a second man leans over a control panel, in a control room in WSB studios at the Atlanta Biltmore Hotel. Photo reverse identifies the men as Charlie Adams and Jerry.
Bob Van Camp sits at an organ in a WSB radio studio in the Atlanta Biltmore Hotel. Another man sits to the side of the organ. A WSB microphone is placed on a stand between them.
A man sits at a typewriter in a radio control room in the WSB studios at the Atlanta Biltmore Hotel. The control room features an array of electronic devices.
Zenas "Daddy" Sears (1914-1988) was a disc jockey at Atlanta radio station WGST (1948-1951) before buying WAOK in 1956. A pioneer in broadcasting African-American popular music such as blues, R&B, and soul, Sears' later programming reflected his…
Eight men working in the newsroom of the White Columns building. A man has his hand placed on a portable recording machine on the center desk. A row of wire service teletype machines is seen along the right rear wall.
A WSB employee gestures to a newswire service machine for a visiting businessman. The right teletype is labeled: United Press International.
Aubrey Morris, left, holds a microphone and operates a portable recorder as a United States Marine Corps Reserves representative holds a picture in front of Elmo Ellis, center. The picture reads: U.S. Marine Reserves Toys for Tots 1966. With thanks…
An exterior view of the White Columns building. An antenna tower is visible at rear left, and a lamp stands next to a brick sidewalk.
Ensemble of male and female performers gathered around microphones in WSB studios, holding written material. A phonograph is seen at right. A scrapbook page reads: "The Harbor We Seek" Half-hour sustaining drama series originating in 1946. Promotes…
Reporter Walter Paschall reads from a script at a WSB microphone in the radio studios at the Atlanta Biltmore Hotel.
Headshot of Jane Sparks Willingham from WSBHistory.com timeline
Standing, right: Atlanta Journal publisher John S. Cohen; seated: Henry Ford. Envelope description: WSB [Radio]; Opera singers; Old Radio; [Photo "a" left to right: Walter Tison, Alma Gluck, and Efrem Zimbalist] Rosa Parsell; Mr. Henry Ford;