NBC Radio City, San Francisco
Taylor & O'Farrell Streets
May 1942

NBC Radio City - San Francisco

A million dollar, modern, streamlined and air-conditioned building, literally the most
perfect broadcasting plant devised by the hands of Radio Industry's miracle engineers,
making possible more programs, better production and quicker news dissemination.

From the caption on the postcard's reverse side

This color view of the Radio City building, housing both KGO and KPO, is taken from a Wesco Spectratone publicity post card.

SOURCE: Courtesy of Rich Kolm, from the collection of his deceased father, Lee Kolm. Original photograph by Mike Roberts.

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