Two nurses take a man's vital signs as Ted Malone, as a war correspondent, bends to speak with him while holding a pencil and tablet. One nurse wears a smock over her blouse and is checking her watch at she tests the man's pulse with his left wrist. Both nurses wear nurse caps with a red cross patch sewn on the brim. The other nurse holds a stethoscope to the crook in his arm and holds his right wrist. The man wears a necktie, suspenders, and a wristwatch and has his sleeves rolled up. Ted is in his war correspondent uniform. On the table is a blood pressure gauge, a flask of cotton balls, a flask of cotton swabs, a bottle filled with a liquid, small vials, a pencil, papers, stacks of stat cards.
Ted Malone, in a publicity photograph for ABC, sits at a desk with an ABC microphone on it to Ted's left and six books that Ted authored or edited standing upright to Ted's right as he is signing a book that lies open on the desk. Ted wears a suit jacket over a white shirt and a dark tie with a swirl pattern. Ted holds a fountain pen in his right hand.
Ted Malone stands on the steps of the porch of the Poe Cottage with another man and two women. All wear hats and coats. A sign attached to the side of the cottage says, "Poe Cottage. The home of Edgar Allan Poe. 1846ߪ Open dailyߪ Open dailyߪ 10 a.m. TO…" The rest is obscured by the gentleman's hat.
Ted Malone sits with his back to the wall at the head of a 'U' shaped banquet table filled with men and women seated alternately. Ted Malone is in far background talking to woman in the center back of the photograph. Cocktail glasses on small plates sit in front of each guest as well as six pieces of silverware, a place card, and a napkin. Two candles in wine bottles and a garland of flowers and greenery cascades down the center of the table. The walls are knotty pine paneling. The women wear leis of flowers and greenery.
Ted Malone sits at an 'L' shaped table of men and women seated alternately, listening to a woman in a hat to his left. Empty cocktail glasses on small plates sit in front of each guest. Two candles in wine bottles and a garland of flowers and greenery cascades down the center of the table. The walls are knotty pine paneling.
Ted Malone, from his left side, stands farthest to the right with a camera on a tripod in front of him. To his right stands Ed. H. Wilder, Mrs. Irving Shepard, James McMaster holding an NBC microphone, Miss Shepard, Irving Shepard and Ruth Dunbar Burke, farthest to the left. Charmian London and Mrs. Oliver Grant sit in front of the standing group in front of a rock chimney of, likely, Jack London's home in Glen Ellen, California.
Ted Malone sits at a table with his hands on a tablet and the pen in his right hand. The table has an ABC microphone on it sitting in front of his left shoulder. He wears a dark suit jacket, a white shirt, and a white dark tie with a swirl pattern on it.
Ted Malone, from his right side, lifts the lid on a teapot that sits on a plate rail and takes a peek inside, perhaps in the Noah Webster home. He holds an NBC microphone in his right hand. A cupboard is open behind the plate rail to reveal more dining pieces. Other plates stand on edge along the plate rail. A large cabinet door with a lar ornamental hinge is below the plate rail.
Ted Malone, as a war correspondent, dubiously compares his own camera that he holds in both hands, with the big 24 inch K-17 photo reconnaissance camera that sits on top of a wooden box that was used during the war by U.S.A. Air Forces. The Westinghouse human interest reporter rests his left leg on the box. He spent almost a year overseas as a correspondent for the ABC network. He wears a uniform hat, jacket, necktie, and slacks.
Ted Malone stands outside under a mile marker on a street pole and by a electric power source in France as a war correspondent in World War II. The legible words on the mile marker sign are, "Calvados; St. Pierre-du-Mont." There are many wires attached to the street pole. His right hand is bent with his thumb pointing over his shoulder behind him while his right hand points forward. He wears an envelope cap and jacket and carries a backpack slung over his right shoulder. There are bushes behind him. A fencepost to his left has a sign attached that says "Daybreak" in English. Another directional sign is attached to the power source brace.
Ted Malone, as a war correspondent, listens to an unidentified Army sergeant explain the machinery they are standing by. The sergeant, from his right side, wears Army fatigues with a knit cap. Ted wears a dark envelope cap with a "U.S. War Correspondent" patch on the left side, an overcoat, necktie, and button-down shirt with a breast pocket.
Ted Malone smiles down at the microphone in front of him as war correspondent. He holds a pipe in his right hand as he wears a necktie and a uniform overcoat with a U.S. War Correspondent patch on the left shoulder.
Ted Malone bends over a long sink for multiple users and cups his hands under the faucet as he turns his head to the left to smile at the photographer. He wears his war correspondent uniform. The soap sits on a block setting in the sink.
Ted Malone as looks up and to his right as he sits behind a microphone with the word "BLUE" on it as he wears a necktie and a uniform with War Correspondent" on the hat and the shoulder and left breast pocket of the jacket. The jacket also ahs U.S. lapel pins. A bit of a clock on a cork board is mostly out of photograph behind him.