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Long Lost Radio History Images:
The Pacific Ramblers in the studio of KTOH
Lihue, Kauai, Hawaii - 1945

Dale Halleron writes:

I have a picture from inside the studio in 1945. My dad and some other guys playing music live on the air in front of the microphone.

I think the date reads 1-25-45. The band was called the Pacific Ramblers. The man on the far left was my dad, William Lee Halleron. I still have that guitar. I don't know the other names. There is even a woman hiding behind one of the men, I see her dress.

Pacific Ramblers on KTOH

© Collection of Dale Halleron
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