NBC San Francisco

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West Coast network program lines, 1929 

The Hunter-Dulin Building, 111 Sutter Street - NBC home from 1927-42 


Don E. Gilman, NBC's Western Division Manager 

View of NBC Master Control Room,
111 Sutter Street


NBC Engineers Pose in the NBC Control Room, 111 Sutter Street, 1938

Standard on Parade
Scenes of programs originating
from the NBC Studios at 
111 Sutter Street
111 Sutter
More views of NBC at
111 Sutter Street, 1927

The "Announcer's Delight", NBC, San Francisco, about 1930

Audio consoles at 111 Sutter Street 

NBC Staff in Studio 'A', 111 Sutter Street, 1941



The First RCA 44A Ribbon Microphones are Installed at 111 Sutter Street 

Transcription room
The NBC transcription room at 
11 Sutter Street

Max Dolin, Music Director at NBC San Francisco 1926-32 


Another view of Max Dolin and the NBC studio orchestra, 111 Sutter St. 

Don Amaizo ad
NBC advertisement for violinist Don Amaizo, who was in reality Max Dolin

Meredith Willson & Orchestra in 111 Sutter Street Studio, 1934 

Broadcast of "Carefree Carnival", Marines' Memorial Theatre, 1936. 

Meredith Willson, Music Director
of Carefree Carnival.

Meredith Willson
Meredith Willson, NBC's second
Pacific Coast music director


Wilda Wilson Church, pioneer radio drama producer, on NBC in 1930's

The Cast of "One Man's Family", broadcasting from Studio "C", 111 Sutter Street

Author Carleton E. Morse, reviewing bound scripts of "One Man's Family", 1930's

Bernice Berwin, radio actress and 'Hazel' of 'One Man's Family' 

Page Gilman 
Page Gilman played the roll of
Jack Barbour on
'One Man's Family'

Paul Carson, NBC organist, creator of the "Bridge to Dreamland 

Cecil and Sally, radio entertainers at NBC San Francisco 

The Aarion Trio 

Jennings Pierce

Jennings Pierce, NBC announcer

NBC announcers

Some other early NBC announcers

Standard School Broadcast

The Standard School Broadcast, 1940s

Joseph Henry Jackson
Joseph Henry Jackson

Page Gilman and Don Thompson
Page Gilman and Don Thompson

Al Pearce
Al Pearce on NBC

Hugh Barrett Dobbs
Hugh Barrett Dobbs,
"Shell Ship of Joy", NBC 1935

NBC Remote Broadcast Truck, outside California Palace of Legion of Honor, 1930's 

NBC Remote Broadcast Truck, 1940's 

NBC remote broadcasts
NBC remote broadcasts

More NBC Remote Broadcasts - 1940's

National NBC network program lines, 1935 and 1937

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