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October 21, 2008

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John

My goodness. I was a bit on the young side, but I remember Jane's reports and never knew what happened to her--I never connected the crash to her shift.

If anybody is still in contact with her daughter, I guess it's really too late to wish her well, but I don't suppose there's much useful to be said either way.

On a lighter note, it's always fun to learn that there are so many people around us who, like you, were "in the thick of things" before television and radio became so compartmentalized and, well, commercial.

Is the crowd here too hip for me to ask if those automated music stations resembled the scene from "Metropolis" (the 1926 silent film) where Freder is "on the machine"? It sounds like pretty much the same system...

Eileen Lehpamer

Thanks Danielle, it was great to hear all about New York radio in its heyday.

Doug O'Brien

Very, very sweet, my dear. You were a very important cog in a very big wheel – there aren’t many who can say that.

All the best,

Doug


Doug O'Brien

Very, very sweet, my dear. You were a very important cog in a very big wheel – there aren’t many who can say that.

All the best,

Doug


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