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Les Mock, KOAC's Tapes for Teaching librarian ques up tape reels, 1955.

New KOAC wire recorder in use at the Western Oregon Livestock Association meeting. Left to right: R. C. Burkhart, Lebanon, retiring president of the organization; Albert Julian, Lyons, newly elected president; H. A. Lindgren, veteran extension…

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A dramatization by members of the KOAC Radio Guild on the "Magic Casement" series. The play is "Trailer Travels." Circa 1945.

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Students reading scripts perform play over the air on KOAC.

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The first KOAC radio transmitter (then KFDJ) was built in 1922 by Physics professor Jacob Jordan and was located in Apperson Hall. Jordon is the second person from the left.

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Physics professor Jacob Jordan was in charge of the operation of KOAC transmitter. Mr. Grant Feikert, operator, is at the desk.

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KOAC staff members gathered in the recording studio.

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Philip Kalar selecting classical music for broadcast over KOAC, 1955.

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Bob Hinz, KOAC news editor, at the teletype machine, 1955.

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OSU Spanish instructor Rose Esperanza on a Spanish language cooking show on television in Salem, ca 1978.