HARTFORD RADIO HISTORY
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wendy pawlak said:   January 25, 2013 11:00 pm PST
the picture below is of the mary jane borden (of the gail borden milk company familyalso, elsie the cow) -munsill house located at the corner of wyllys st and wethersfield ave in hartford. it has a ballroom and an elevator inside. i remember the building history before it was a radio station. it was for many years the Conn dept you went to to obtain your hunting and fishing license. it was also the offices of a law firm. the carriage house behind on wyllys street now offers apartments. #4 wethersfield ave is also in the family. it's a grand example of the old architecture that once made hartford, as samual clemens once said, '' the most beautiful city it has been my pleasure to know"".

Dave Stevens said:   January 22, 2013 5:49 am PST
Just stumbled on the web site. I got my start at 91.7 WHUS 'The Voice in The Wilderness' in 1977... and still hanging in there. Keep up the good work.

Uncle Johnny said:   December 21, 2012 5:04 pm PST
Hi, Jon. I just receive a copy of your Hartford Radio book as a Christmas gift. It's not just a coloring book. When I finished coloring all of the pictures I actualy read the book! You did a great job on this work of love. Lofed the early shots of Bob Steele and Bill Hennessy!

Uncle Johnny said:   November 25, 2012 10:00 am PST
I enjoyed the Morgan air check from WCCC. I recall him serving as M.C. at the Donavan concert at the Bushnell. Died far too soon. in the crash that took Jim Croce. R.I.P.

Gary Adler said:   October 26, 2012 10:32 pm PST
I worked at WCCC (part time/ fill-in) and WEXT (fulltime slot) in the early 1970s using the airname Gary Allen. WCCC had an all request music format, and while one song was being aired, you had to record an incoming telephone call (on a reel to reel tape recorder, of course), locate that song in an impressive music library, cue it up to be aired next. It was really difficult. Rusty Potts made it look easy, prooving what a pro he was. WEXT had a country/western music format with studios on Farmington Ave. in West Hartford. Mort Roberts was a strict boss to work for, but the music was great. I have very fond memories of living and working in Connecticut.

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