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Black and white Advertising photograph of KGBX radio personality pictured wearing farmer hat and fake goatee.

Black and white photo of the KGBX Radio building, 605 Boonville ave. Back of print shows map of part of Missouri with smaller area outlined in red.

Black and white photo of the Carl Haden family, parents and six children. Haden worked on the staff of KWTO-KGBX radio.

Black and white photo of a large group of entertainers in the KGBX radio studio, in connection with a March of Dimes broadcast. An iron lung is in the center of the photo. The man in the iron lung was identified as Jim Rousch in the Spring of 2005.

Black and white advertising photograph signed "Your friend Mary Ward." Woman seated in front of a radio microphone, appears to be reading mail. Probably associated with KGBX radio.

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