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Proving that anybody or anything can talk with Arnold Ebert on KOAC, he is caught in the act while interviewing a cow on the Ralph Cope farm near Langlois. He was the radio farm director for KOAC.

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Students reading scripts perform play over the air on KOAC.

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The Dick Mote Band preforming live in the studio for KOAC radio, 1935.

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"The Music of Czechoslovakia"--was a weekly program from KOAC in cooperation with Czechoslovakian friends of the station, using authentic records purchased by the Czechoslovakians.

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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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Standing: President A.L. Strand; John Francis Cramer (Dean of General Extension); Edgar W. Smith; Ted Chambers; Dean G.W. Gleeson; F. O. McMillan; Grant Feikart. Seated was Benjamin J. Ballard.
Photo was used in the 1948 January Oregon Stater.

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KOAC broadcast booth in the background at the 1958 OSC commencement in Gill Coliseum.

William Charles Smith and Lester G. Mock are using the portable tape recorder they used to bring special events broadcasts to their radio audience.

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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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Bill Smith of KOAC with portable tape recorder.

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