Publicity portrait of Arthur B. Church. Standing at angle near wall behind KMBC microphone stand and holding "Buzz Saw" newsletter dated Thursday May 7th. Printed on front: "'That's My Business' / So says Arthur B. Church. / Originated and photographed by L.C. 'Andy' Anderson."
Kit & Kay with the Oklahoma Wranglers in front building with "Coronado Cuarto Centennial 154 Kansas" flag. All wearing light tops, dark bottoms, and light cowboy hats. Left to right: Charles "Skeeter" Willis, unidentified man, Kit and Kat, John "Vic" Willis, James "Guy" Willis.
Corner of cloth walled interior. Piano with stool in corner. Speaker stand, wicker bench, and wicker chair along right wall. Circular wicker table with book in center. Wicker furniture piece and Edison C250 floor phonograph along left wall. Photographer's inscription in lower right corner: "PKG KC."
Headshot of Frank Crosby [Bob Vandemtes]. Crosby facing his left at 45-degree angle from camera looking down and further to left. Wearing a dark suit, white shirt, and dark tie. Hair parted on his right. Blinds on light colored wall in background. Handwritten note and signature on bottom: "To Arthur Church from Bob Vandemtes."
Headshot of Bethel Davis in dark fur coat against light background. Facing her right at 45-degree angle away from camera, ahead turned toward her left and looking further left upward past camera. Hair curled. Handwritten note and signature on left center: "A Very Merry Christmas / Bethel Davis."
KMBC building, Studio B. Large sound studio room with table, chair, music stand, and three KMBC microphones. Three studio windows on left. Left window leads to dark room. Lee Stewart [Keith Painton] in upper right window at desk with microphone. Unidentified man in lower right window seated in front of equipment including transcription phonograph.
Headshot of E.P.J. Choric in medium-toned suit, white shirt, and medium-toned tie against light background. Facing his right at 90-degree angle from camera, head turned back forward, and looking in to camera. Handwritten note and signature at top center: "We "Giblets" think / it's great to be here! / epjs." Small drawing of four people along with inscription. Photographer's signature in lower left corner: "Brant."
Portrait of Vernon Green in medium-toned suit, white shirt, and dark tie sitting in front of radio equipment. Green facing to the right of image at 90-degree angle from camera and looking in to camera. Hands resting on equipment. Three turntables along back wall under large window with thermometer on glass. Tall radio equipment partially visible along right edge. Signature in lower right corner.
Full body portrait of Don Ramon. Ramon standing behind and to the left of KMBC microphone. Holding Martin & Co. guitar. Wearing light colored suit with dark trim, white shirt and dark tie. Right hand thumb and fingers on strings. Left hand holding chord. Facing camera and smiling. Handwritten note and signature on bottom: "Seasons Greeting" to A.B.C. / "Don Ramon."
Arthur B. Church with one unidentified woman and two unidentified men. Church and one man facing each other while holding white, round cake. Woman and second man standing behind. All laughing or smiling.
Kit and Kay on horses in parade. Unidentified men on horseback in parade holding flags. Parade entering intersection and turning corner. Streetcar tracks visible in foreground. Large crowd on sidewalk and street in background. Men in crowd standing in truck bed and boy leaning out of second floor window in background.
Bottom half of broken two-toned radio tower. Two-toned building that serves as base for tower partially visible in lower right corner. "Second blow-down summer of 1941. / Emergency antenna wires can be seen at station 11 on the tower" printed on photo.
Millie and Sue performing on stage with barn backdrop. Both standing behind KMBC microphone in dark dresses with guitar and mandolin. Charley Pryor playing drums in plaid shirt to left. Herb Kratoska in glasses and unidentified man in cowboy hat playing guitar on right. "Bud" amplifier and two men in background on right of photo.
Portrait of "Colorado" Pete. Pete standing on artificial grass in front of white wall with right foot on rock. Wearing light colored cowboy hat, light shirt with dark trim, dark scarf around collar, and dark chaps with "Colorado Pete" embroidered on left leg. Pete facing camera with hands on hips and smiling. Handwritten note and signature vertically along left edge: "To one I owe much for my success in radio, and admire for his success as a builder of dine things, A.B.C. (my boss) / "Colorado" Pete."
Headshot of Nancy Goode [Myrtle Wiley] of The Happy Kitchen in dark dress with silver brooch behind KMBC-CBS microphone. Dark background. Facing her left and 20-degree angle away from camera, head turned forward, and looking in to camera. Hair in pomp with barrettes. Handwritten note and signature on lower right across microphone: "To Mr. Church / creator of Nancy Goode and happily-so for Nancy."
Kit & Kay performing with the Oklahoma Wranglers on outside stage. Cars parked in front of building with Coca-Cola sign visible in background. Heads of audience members in foreground. Left to right: Charles "Skeeter" Willis (fiddle), John "Vic" Willis (accordion), Kit and Kat (mandolin and guitar), James "Guy" Willis (guitar), unidentified double bass player.
"Korn's-a-Krackin" cast portrait. Back row, left to right: Jerry Asborn, Virgil Phillips, Ozark Red, George Rhodes, Slim Wilson, Buster Fellows, Faust Matthews, Bob White, Speedy Junior Haworth. Middle row, left to right: Bill Matthews, Matt Matthews, Bill Hickman, Monty Matthews. Front row, left to right: Lou Black, Lennie Aleshire, Aunt Martha (Wilson), Pat Evans (Black), Corrine Stump (Black), Bill Ring. Front, on side: Goo-Goo Rutledge. Label on front bottom: ""Korn's-A-Krackin'" / Saturday Nights - MBS / A KWTO (Springfield, MO) Production." Image taken outside the radio station, Glenstone Street, Springfield, Mo.
Arthur B. Church giving speech during KMBC building dedication. Entire stage visible with large group of men and women seated on folding chairs in semi-circle. Lee Stewart [Keith Painton] seated next to Millie and Sue on right side of stage. Large bouquet in front of podium. Lights and "KMBC" labeled microphones on sides of podium. Heads of several audience members visible in foreground.
Two unidentified men sitting at desk in room. One table and two desks in room with radio equipment. One corner visible. Large equipment on table against left wall with large window. Men seated in chairs at desk along right wall. Handwritten notes on front of photo identifying equipment functions.
Eight Texas Rangers around table on television studio set. Set on right of photo. Four men seated on benches at round table. Four men standing with violin, guitar, accordion, and double bass. Wood burning stove on left of set. Camera operator wearing headphones behind RCA Television camera labeled "KTTV Times CBS" on left of photo. Microphone and lighting visible at top of photo.
Colorado Pete on stage with Kit & Kay. Pete standing between Kit and Kay behind microphone. Kit and Kay wearing dark tops and pants. One holding guitar. Pete holding guitar and wearing light pants and dark vest. All three wearing white cowboy hats.