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(L-r:) Harry Broderick and Franklin M. Doolittle

WDRC founder Franklin M. Doolittle (right) demonstrates his binaural
stethoscope
to chief engineer Harry Broderick (December, 1952).

unidentified engineer at 750 Main Street circa September 1953

Unidentified engineer at equipment rack
in WDRC's 16th floor penthouse studios
at 750 Main Street in Hartford.

Note the presence of three reel-to-reel tape recorders, which was unusual for
that period (September, 1953).


WDRC production engineer Dan Siemasko

Two views of
WDRC's
Dan Siemasko

WDRC production engineer Dan Siemasko

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There have been many engineers at WDRC over the years
(* denotes chief engineer).
Below is a partial list;
additions are welcome:

WDRC production engineer Dan Siemasko, circa 1972
WDRC production engineer
Dan Siemasko (November, 1972)

WDRC engineer Charles R. Parker explains how tape works to young listeners, early 1950s
WDRC engineer Charles R. Parker
explains how tape works to young
listeners (early 1950s).

Bud Aiello
Scott Baron *
Pete Bonee
Frederick H. Brill
Henry M. Broderick, Jr. *
Carleton Brown
Charles A. Brown
Perry C. Brumfield
John Campion
Robert S. Coe
Larry Curtis
Dave Delage
John Deme
Tom Dinnella
John Diskes
George Dombrowski
Charles Dube
*
David Eller
Dan Frascella
Lydia Gamble
Herman Goodstine
Francois Gouin
Lawrence E. Grant
Paul Graves
Paul J. Gregory
Chuck Herlihy *
Theodore Webster (Ted) Hitchcock *
Lewis Gordon House
Ralph M. Ingraham
Franklin P. Keefer
Hal Kneller
Bobby Krowka
John Landry
Italo A. Martino *
Dan Maruszczak
Dick McGinnis
Kenneth McLeod
Carl Milner
Bob Molloy
Kevin Moore
Brian Morgan
John Morris
Kevin Morris

Wayne Mulligan *
Jean Naughton
Bob Nichols
Dave "Doc" Overson
Charles R. Parker
Stanley F. Peer
Frank Pingree
Bob Raines
Hugh Rainey
John Ramsey *
Tom Ray *
Paul Repp
Joseph Retano
Dan Siemasko
Bernie Singsen
Lee Steele
George Watson *
Steve Wichrowski
Ray Wilson
Myron Young

Chief Engineer George Watson sits at master control in WDRC's 15th floor studios at 750 Main Street, circa 1970.
Chief Engineer George Watson sits at master control in WDRC's 15th floor studios at 750 Main Street, circa 1970.
The Hartford Times, July 15, 1967 - Bob Nichols is seen at the supervisory desk in WDRC's Master Control Room.
 
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