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Friends of Old-Time Radio Convention Pics
These photographs were taken at the 22th Annual Friends of Old-Time Radio Convention in Newark, NJ between October 23-25, 1996.
Around the Convention
The dealers unpacking their wares on Thursday morning
Bill Murtough regails an attendee with stories of his many years as an engineer.
Frank "Junior" Coghlan signs copies of his book, "They Still Call Me Junior."
The Cocktail Hour...
Margot Stevenson and Abby Lewis share a laugh in the hotel lobby
Henry Howard and Thomas Fuller of The Atlanta Radio Theater Company after the performance of "The Hour of the Wolf."
George Pirrone outside the main ballroom.
Leonard Maltin, a new guest at the convention who brought his new book "The Great American Broadcast."
Ruth Last and Earl George
Arthur Anderson, with his book on the history of "Let's Pretend."

Here's someone else you'll see a lot on these pages. Arthur is an amazing man; directing recreations, acting in them, and just giving of his time to all of us. The smartest thing he ever did, though, was to marry his wife Alice; I adore her.

A terrible photo of Jay Hickerson; he's much better-looking than this...
Sorry, Jay, but finding you not moving long enough to take a photo is a little tough...
Hiya, Paul!

Remind me to tell you the story about his tee-shirt sometime...

Ed and Nana Clute, who provide the music for the re-creations.
Rex Koury chats with an attendee near the hotel restaruant