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Date Posted: 14:41:13 02/23/15 Mon
Author: Garage Rocker
Subject: The date of that radio listing photo

It's great to see some nostalgia from the REAL "Golden Age of Radio", even if all I know about it is hearing old recordings. I tried to track down the date, or at least the era for the listings. Amos and Andy were on from 1943 to 1955, so it couldn't be earlier than 1943. The Goldbergs were on from 1929 to 1946, so that makes 1946 the latest it could be. If anyone else can narrow it down further, that would be interesting.

It's also interesting that so few stations were listed. A lot of stations were daytimers, so that might indicate that the listings are from the winter when sundown was early.

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