"Student life, Music Alley, and SF State's First Radio Station" from the "1948 Franciscan" yearbook (page 101

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Music classes were spread throughout College Hall on the Buchanan Street campus until April 1935 when Music Annex B was opened. It soon garnered the name Music Alley and came alive with music day and night. Sherman Grant first coined the phrase "Music Alley" in his column "...Afterbeats..." in the Golden Gater on February 9, 1940. Music Alley came alive with music day and night as students practiced everything from classical music to the latest jazz. In 1947, the first studio of the Radio Department was established and student broadcasters announced, "broadcast news" to the campus via loudspeakers mounted on the roof.

Creator
Associated Students of San Francisco State College
Date
1947-1948
Type
Photographic spread
Format
TIFF
Source
University Archives
Temporal Coverage
1947-1948
Rights
Public
Publisher
San Francisco: San Francisco State Teachers College Associated Students
Contributor
Meredith Eliassen
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700

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