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Black and white negative of a KYTV set, possibly for a religious program, in a KYTV studio.

A photo of Jerry Adams of KYTV at Glendale High interviewing students.

Black and white photo of the KYTV remote broadcast truck shooting a children's football game.

Black and white negative of KYTV Fair with crowd gathered watching a camera man film an anchorman who is interviewing a boy.

Black and white photo of the Matthews Quartet singing on the Ozark Jubilee country music program at the Jewell Theatre, 216 S. Jefferson Ave., or in the KYTV studio. They are being televised live by KYTV.

Black and white photo of six Ozark Jubilee musicians performing in the KYTV studio.

Black and white photo of the KYTV ,Channel 3 television station on W. Sunshine.

Black and white photo of the KYTV live television program "Man with a Mike, showing an interviewer (Chuck Hessington holding microphone) with a crowd outside the public square entrance of Heer's Department Store.

Color photocopy of a luncheon and fashion show at Hickory Hills Country Club being televised by KYTV. The model is Claudine (Mrs. Lester) Cox.

Black and white photograph by the KYTV studio of an automobile pulling a Dumont wide Horizon television trailer.

Black and white photo of a crowd gathering outside the Tower Theatre on the Plaza Shopping Center for the live KYTV "Man with a Mike" program.

Black and white photo of Aunt Rene, a group of children and an unidentified woman. The television show is the Children's Hour, broadcast live on KYTV.

Black and white photo showing the Man with a Mike program on Heer's fashions. A man is interviewing a woman, while a KYTV video crew tapes them. A few other men and a woman are standing around watching. Interviewer, Carl Fox; next left, Store President and Manager Bill McClerkin.

Black and white photo of the Wagon Wheelers, a square dancing group of teen-agers who appeared on the Ozark Jubilee at the Jewell Theatre, Jefferson Ave. at McDaniel St. Photo likely taken at the KYTV studios at 999 W. Sunshine, as part of the videotaping of the Slim Wilson Show.

Family scrapbook of Rene and Don Handley. Includes many family and friend's snapshots, community clubs and activities, information about Dr. Walter Handley and Handley City Hospital and children's programming by "Aunt Rene" on KYTV television.

A photo of monthy TV program featuring student interviewers.

Black and white aerial photo looking west on sunshine St., intersecting with Campbell Ave. Visible are the Shady Inn, KYTV station and tower and the Federal Medical Center.

A photo of Teen Talk program on Vocational Education Week. Virginia Woodring and J. Tice Rollins.

Black and white photo of the stars of the Five Star Jubilee outside the Landers Theatre at 311 E. Walnut. L to R: Tex Ritter, Jimmy Wakely, Snooky Lanson, Carl Smith, Rex Allen.

Black and white photo of host and singer Red Foley performing for an Ozark Jubilee audience at the Jewell Theatre, 216 S. Jefferson Ave. (at McDaniel St.)

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