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UPDATE: The photo now has a caption.
January or February 1930. Thomas David Schall with dog and woman at Columbia microphone.
Circa 1930 Washington, D.C. Not only can Fido sit, stay and speak, he (or she) can also broadcast. Unlabeled Harris & Ewing glass plate. View full size.