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Rick Hollister and others listening to singer Nancy Reed in WOND radio studio - Pleasantville, New Jersey
Accompanying note: "Rick Hollister with singer Frankie Lester (third from left), Hal McIntyre (far right) and possibly singer Nancy Reed (seated), in the WOND radio studio. McIntyre, who played alto sax and clarinet, was a founding member of the Glenn Miller Orchestra and also played with Benny Goodman before organizing his own orchestra. Lester and Reed were singers with McIntyre's Orchestra."
A long time resident of Tallahassee, and well known radio personality, Hollister began his career with WOND radio station in Pleasantville, New Jersey, in 1951. He worked at WMBR (Rick Hollister Show) in Jacksonville, Florida from 1957-1958 and then moved to Tallahassee to work with WTAL and WGLF until 1969.
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Buzone Photographic Studios. Rick Hollister and others listening to singer Nancy Reed in WOND radio studio - Pleasantville, New Jersey. 1951 (circa). State Archives of Florida, Florida Memory. <https://www.floridamemory.com/items/show/156511>, accessed 2 October 2022.
Buzone Photographic Studios. Rick Hollister and others listening to singer Nancy Reed in WOND radio studio - Pleasantville, New Jersey. 1951 (circa). State Archives of Florida, Florida Memory. Accessed 2 Oct. 2022.<https://www.floridamemory.com/items/show/156511>
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(State Archives of Florida/Buzone Photographic Studios.)