LOWELL THOMAS - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH - HFSID 222207
Sale Price $180.00
Signed 3¼x5½ photo of Thomas at a CBS radio microphone.
Photograph signed: "Lowell Thomas". Sepia, 3¼x5½ overall, image 3¼x4 (one surface). LOWELL THOMAS (1892-1981), co-founder of Capital Cities broadcasting, began his network radio evening newscasts on September 29, 1930 and continued until May 14, 1976, a mark unparalleled in the broadcast industry. Millions were familiar with his distinctive radio sign-off: "So long until tomorrow." In 1935, Thomas became the voice of Fox Movietone News, the newsreel service widely distributed throughout movie houses in the United States. He narrated the newsreels for the next 17 years and was heard weekly by an audience of almost 100 million people. Fine condition.
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