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Army Air Forces Radio Show

Description: Photograph, from left to right, of Daphne Moody, Capt. William T. Ponder, Lt. Don Briggs and Ruby Marston. All four are crowded around a microphone topped with letters, "KFJZ". Ms. Moody is wearing a dark, short-sleeved suit and holding a large toolbox. Capt. Ponder is wearing a dark tie and medal, Lt. Briggs is wearing a light uniform and Ms. Marston is wearing a dark hat and holding a toolbox.
Date: unknown

Army Air Forces Radio Show

Description: Photograph of six women and four men participating in an Army Air Forces Radio Show. The women are wearing pants and the men are wearing neckties. They are crowded around a microphone with a sign hanging from it reading, "MUTUAL". They are standing in front of open airplane doors.
Date: unknown

Army Air Forces Radio Show

Description: Photograph of six women and four men participating in an Army Air Forces Radio Show. The women are wearing pants and the men are wearing neckties. They are crowded around a microphone with a sign hanging from it reading, "MUTUAL". They are standing in front of open airplane doors.
Date: unknown

Army Air Forces Radio Show

Description: Photograph, from left to right, of Daphne Moody, Capt. William T. Ponder, Lt. Don Briggs and Ruby Marston. All four are crowded around a microphone topped with letters, "KFJZ". Ms. Moody is wearing a dark, short-sleeved suit and holding a large toolbox. Capt. Ponder is wearing a dark tie and medal, Lt. Briggs is wearing a light uniform and Ms. Marston is wearing a dark hat and holding a toolbox.
Date: unknown

Army Air Forces Radio Show

Description: Photograph of Captain William Ponder, Lt. Don Briggs and and man with the last name Duffey seated with six Thompson Sisters standing behind them. Lt. Briggs is wearing a light-colored military uniform with a badge on the sleeve. The sisters are wearing black and white suits. Everyone is holding a stack of papers and Lt. Briggs is holding a microphone. The are standing within the interior of an airplane.
Date: unknown