Ted Malone broadcasting at WABB radio station, in Mobile, Alabama an American Broadcasting Company station. An American Broadcasting Company banner hangs above and behind Ted. His microphone stand and desk are decorated with streamers. He holds up a foil-lined party hat with this left hand and holds a pennant in his right hand that has a jester and the beginning letters of Mobile and Mardi Gras. The microphone has WABB hanging below it. Ted is looking up at two balloons: one with a penguin waving; the other with a hot air balloon on it.
Ted Malone stands in the middle Superior Street, with the cross road of 6th Street and the Plain Dealer building behind him, just inside the open driver's side back door of a possible 1952 Windsor Town & Country Chrysler Station Wagon with a camera man standing on a platform on top of the car that holds a tripod, a film camera and the man, wearing an overcoat and fedora hat, in Cleveland, Ohio. The side of the car has decals that read WXEL, channel 9, on the front door and "The World on View" on the back door. A large crowd fills the sidewalk behind the car as they broadcast on location in Cleveland, Ohio. A power cord runs through the grill of the car up to the camera.
Ted Malone and his wife, Verlia (Russell) Malone, stand and smile at the photographer. She wears a small hat, earrings, necklace, an orchid corsage, and she holds a fur in her arms. Ted holds a rolled up paper in his left hand as he wears a fedora hat, and an overcoat over a herringbone suit.
Ted Malone points with his left hand and looks in that direction as he stands next to an unidentified Dutch man holding a bicycle with a front shelf to carry items by a brick road in Holland. He holds a lunch pail and wears wooden shoes. A road sign to the right of Ted reads, "'B' Wieldruk 2400kg. Breedte 2.10m." A windmill is in the background between the two men.
Ted Malone, wearing a plaid tam, looks at and holds a portable microphone in his right hand with wires attached to a case that hangs from a strap around his neck as he stands to the right of the unidentified captain of the ship. The ships engine control telegraph is in the foreground.
Ted Malone speaks with a couple in traditional Dutch clothing holding a baby on the Zuiderzee Dam. Ted holds a film movie camera with his left hand as a still camera hangs from a strap around his neck. Two Dutch women in contemporary clothing stand on the left side of the photograph looking on. Storefronts are in the background across the brick street.
Ted Malone places his left foot on the bottom rung of a metal fence, looks out and smiles, as he speaks with Matt O'Shea in Ireland. A wall behind them has a bench that two women on sitting on. A film camera on a tripod stands to their left. Mr. O'Shea holds a stick in his right hand.
Ted Malone, farthest to the right, drinks from an expresso cup he has lifted from a saucer with a teaspoon lying next to it, as he sits at a table with a man and woman on either side of an NBC microphone during what is likely a broadcast of a book review. The woman is pouring from a silver coffee pot into her espresso cup as she looks at Ted. The book lying on the center of the table is, "The A. Edward Newton Collection of Books and Manuscripts; to be sold at auction by the Parke-Bernet Galleries, Inc. 30 East 57th Street, New York. Part One - A--D ; April 16, 17, 18, 1941."
Ted Malone sits with an unidentified group of nine men and two women. The lady in the center sits in a wicker chair. The man sitting on the arm of her chair holds possibly a citrus in his left hand. There is a bed frame in the lower right-hand corner of the photograph. Ted is seated second from the right possibly in Tampa, Florida.
Ted Malone sits second from the right with W.M "Shorty" Davidson, co-owner of Silver Springs restaurant, to his right. Others at the table are Bill Carter and the Strickland Twins, Jean and Jane Strickland, in Silver Springs, Florida. Fried chicken, rolls, and sides are on the plates and in bowls on the table for lunch.
Ted Malone and Walt Fossa smile at each other wearing white tuxedo jackets, as they stand in front of a fireplace and behind two seated ladies in evening gowns for the Laurel Queen Festival for the Pocono Mountains Vacation Bureau.
Ted Malone with a group of men, all laughing, at an Honorary Tar Heel Meeting with Governor Luther Hodges in New York. They stand behind a set dining table in a wood-paneled room. Ted Malone is eighth from the left. Andy Griffith is 11th from the left in the back row.
Ted Malone sits at a table with an NBC microphone and a book lying open on it broadcasting in the living room of the Emily Dickinson's home. An unidentified man stands at the fireplace and places his right hand on a wooden bassinet cradle in front of the fireplace. The epitaph of William Shakespeare sits on the mantle behind glassware. It states, "Good friend for Jesus sake forbeare, To digg the dust encloased heare. Blese be [the] man [that] spares thes stones, And curst be he [that] moves my bones." A table with the sides folded down sits to the left of the fireplace with a china tea set and a candlestick sitting on top of it. A staircase is visible behind Tom Malone. There is a door on both sides of the fireplace.
Ted Malone, with a camera hanging from a strap around his neck, smiles at the fishmongers in traditional dress selling street food in Holland on a brick street. A local eats fish at the back of the wagon. Another wagon and its owner are pulling up behind. Store fronts are in the background. An ornate iron street lamp is in the top of the photograph.