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    • Breaking ground for an FM tower, 1947

    • Radio broadcasting--United States--History; Saint Louis (Mo.)--History.; St. Louis University; WEW (Radio station : Saint Louis, Mo.)
    • Photo of the groundbreaking ceremony for WEW radio's new FM tower in 1947. Pictured from left to right are Rev. E.P. Murphy S.J., National Director of the Sacred Heart Program; Don Lochner, Program Director for WEW; Brother George Rueppel S.J.,...
    • Station WEW (1 of 1)

    • Radio broadcasting--United States--History; Saint Louis (Mo.)--History.; St. Louis University; WEW (Radio station : Saint Louis, Mo.)
    • Article from the 1946 St. Louis University Yearbook about WEW Radio. The artilve discusses WEW's plans to begin FM broadcasting, as well as "Television, Facsimile, and other developments which, at this time, are secrets known only to the...
    • Staff announcers of WEW, 1933

    • Radio broadcasting--United States--History; Saint Louis (Mo.)--History.; St. Louis University; WEW (Radio station : Saint Louis, Mo.)
    • Photo from the 1933 St. Louis University Yearbook, showing the WEW staff. Seated in front is station manager Richard Cross, and behind him (from left to right) are announcers Bart Slattery, William Nolan, Bill Slattery, and Al Gummersbach.
    • Front of WEW studios, 1939

    • Radio broadcasting--United States--History; Saint Louis (Mo.)--History.; St. Louis University; WEW (Radio station : Saint Louis, Mo.)
    • Photo from the 1937 St. Louis University Yearbook of the front of the Law School (now O'Neil hall) along Lindell Boulevard. This was home to the WEW radio station from 1928 to 1954
    • WEW announcer William A. Durbin, 1941

    • Radio broadcasting--United States--History; Saint Louis (Mo.)--History.; St. Louis University; WEW (Radio station : Saint Louis, Mo.); Durbin, William A.
    • Photo of WEW announcer William A. Durbin, circa 1941. Durbin was a St. Louis University Law student who later worked as an announcer at KXOK radio station in St. Louis.
    • WEW general manager Nicholas Pagliara, 1941

    • Radio broadcasting--United States--History; Saint Louis (Mo.)--History.; St. Louis University; WEW (Radio station : Saint Louis, Mo.); Pagliara, Nicholas
    • Photo of WEW general manager Nicholas Pagliara, circa 1941. Pagliara was appointed station manager in July 1940, and was a former manager of the West Virginia radio network, consisting of WCHS in Charleston, WSAZ in Parkersburg, and WBLK in...
    • WEW studios, 1945

    • Radio broadcasting--United States--History; Saint Louis (Mo.)--History.; St. Louis University; WEW (Radio station : Saint Louis, Mo.)
    • Photo from the 1945 St. Louis University Yearbook, showing the Law School Building (now O'Neil Hall), which was home to WEW radio from 1928 to 1954. The station's transmitter tower can be seen in the background.
    • O'Neil Hall, home of WEW studios, 1929

    • Radio broadcasting--United States--History; Saint Louis (Mo.)--History.; St. Louis University; Jesuits. Missouri Province. Archives; O'Neil Hall (Saint Louis, Mo.); WEW (Radio station : Saint Louis, Mo.)
    • Photo of the Law School Building (now called O'Neil Hall) in 1929. This building was the home of WEW from 1928 to 1954. Part of the station's broadcasting tower can be seen in the background. Photo courtesy of the Midwest Jesuit Archives
    • WEW radio tower, 1947

    • Radio broadcasting--United States--History; Saint Louis (Mo.)--History.; St. Louis University; WEW (Radio station : Saint Louis, Mo.); Lanctot, Cliff
    • Photo of WEW's FM tower on the St. Louis University campus, circa 1947. Pius XII Memorial Library now stands on the tower's former site.
    • WEW radio tower, 1954

    • Radio broadcasting--United States--History; Saint Louis (Mo.)--History.; St. Louis University; WEW (Radio station : Saint Louis, Mo.)
    • Photo looking north from West Pine Blvd. of the WEW radio tower being dismantled in 1954. Pius XII Memorial Library now stands on the tower's former site. In the background can be seen Davis-Shaughnessy Hall.
    • Dismantling the WEW radio tower, 1954

    • Radio broadcasting--United States--History; Saint Louis (Mo.)--History.; St. Louis University; WEW (Radio station : Saint Louis, Mo.)
    • Photo of the WEW radio tower being dismantled in 1954. Pius XII Memorial Library now stands on the tower's former site. Cupples House and several houses which are no longer standing can be seen in the background.
    • WEW (1 of 1)

    • Radio broadcasting--United States--History; Saint Louis (Mo.)--History.; St. Louis University; WEW (Radio station : Saint Louis, Mo.); Lanctot, Cliff
    • Article from the 1933 St. Louis University Yearbook about WEW radio. The article discusses new equipment acquired by the station, and states that the station began broadcasting "sunrise to sundown" in February 1933. Page 1 of 1.
    • WEW announcers, 1934

    • Radio broadcasting--United States--History; Saint Louis (Mo.)--History.; St. Louis University; WEW (Radio station : Saint Louis, Mo.)
    • Photo of two WEW announcers, circa 1934. At left is program director Richard W. Cross, and at right is announcer William P. Nolan. Both men were St. Louis University students at the time, and Nolan was a freshman in the Law School.

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