From Don Hallock: Many extraordinarily-gifted figures and luminaries of the day — in the arts, science, politics and education — found their ways into the halls and studios of the original WGBH-TV/FM studios at 84 Massachusetts Avenue.

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From Fred Barzyk: Bill insisted I try to get into the scholarship program. You studied for your graduate degree at Boston University and worked three days a week at the Educational Television station. Free tuition and you got $600 to live a year in Boston!

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From Art Singer: Fifty one years ago this past September, on several late afternoons a week, I would take the twenty minute walk from BU across the Charles to the station’s studios on the MIT campus for a night’s work.

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From Don Hallock "It’s little…. It’s lovely…. It lights." What was it? It was the "Princess Phone." In about 1959 Ma Bell introduced this small, oval shaped, designer telephone in pastel colors, probably to appeal to women and teenage girls. It was an early touch-tone model with keys that lighted when the handset was picked…

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237. Robert Wilson and Aida Moreno. 238. Russ Morash and Emily Lovering. 239. Bruce Bordett, Russ Morash, Emily Lovering and Basil Chigas. 240. Ron Milton and Louise Miler. 241. Tom Sumida and Nora Sinclair. 242. Bob Ferrante and Doug Smith. 243. Bob Carey, Michael Ambrosino, Tony Cherubini and Jack Summerfield. 244. Greg Harney and Marcia…

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176. The final speaker is Greg Harney … 177. … who, with his usual sense of humor, reminisces on the history of the (just dedicated) Greg Harney scene dock, and pays tribute to Bill and Anne Haney, the staging area’s new patrons. Play MP3 178. Frank Coakley and Joe (?). Will Joe please make himself…

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145. Julie Piens, Phil Collyer and Greg Harney. 146. The back of Dan Beach, the front of Henry Becton and the back of Olivia Tappan. 147. Ron Blau, Nancy Troland, Nancy Porter and Sharon Rivo with Syrl Silverman. 148. Chris Pullman, Nora Sinclair and Paul Souza. 149. Lo Hartnett, Moon Nimon, Nora Sinclair, Fred Barzyk,…

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From Don Hallock 1. The entrance to Studio A. 2. 3. Lighting check on the interview set. 4. 5. Nora Sinclair prepares a graphic spread. 6. 7. Nora’s pictures installed between “A” and “B.” 8. Decorating the soon to be dedicated “Greg Harney” scene dock. 9. Studio A. 10.

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