More on Old Time Radio

I didn’t write anything about the history of radio programs in the previous post. This may be helpful in understanding how it is that are so many old radio shows on the internet. Radio was basically experimental¬† broadcasting until station KDKA signed on in 1920 in Pittsburgh. They first broadcast election results in November of …

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Mt. Hope Cemetery – Volume 1

Did you know that the first volume of burial records (1837 – 1860) of Mt. Hope Cemetery has burials in other cemeteries? In those early days there was a sexton for the City of Rochester and he recorded all the deaths and burial places. There are even a few deaths recorded where it is indicated …

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