Rose Brown was the leading lady of the
theatrical group. Quoting an article from "Radio Broadcast" magazine
from December, 1924, "That lovely voice of hers prompted a rush request
to station KGO for Miss Brown's picture, for we felt sure that anyone
with such speaking tones would be good to look upon."
RIGHT: A scene before the microphone in the studio of KGO. Rose Brown and Richard Ehlers, from the comedy "Come out of the Kitchen" - a three-act play directed by Wilda Wilson Church, March 29, 1924.