Ted Malone, from his left side, kneels to open the wood stove's oven door as he broadcasts from Noah Webster's house in West Hartford, Connecticut. A coffee pot and pan sit on top of the stove with a straight back chair to the left of the stove. Ted holds an NBC microphone in his left hand as he opens the oven with his right. A dining table with a tablecloth is directly behind him. To the right of the stove is a china cabinet with plates on the shelves. A small stained glass window with a wide frame is on the wall next to the china cabinet.
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.
The Mark Twain cabin in Mark Twain State Park in Monroe County, Missouri is a small clapboard home with only two front windows and a plain front door. In this photograph, the roof, porch, and clapboard siding all appear to be in poor shape. Ted Malone and another man stand on the porch with their backs to the photographer.