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Prudence Johnson and Dan Chouinard brought the 1930's and 1940's radio era to hundreds of attendees at "The Golden Age of Radio" on September 25. The show was put on with the help of the Viking Library System, the Minnesota Historical Society, the NY Mills Public Library and Legacy Funding.

Golden Age of Radio brings history and music to New York Mills

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Imagine a world in which we are deprived of every-day distractions. Our televisions are shut off, our cellular phones are gone, and computers and the Internet don't even exist yet.

This was the world brought to attendees at the Golden Age of Radio, part of Minnesota's Greatest Generation Series.

The series is funded by Minnesota's Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund and the Viking Library System. The program is also run in partnership with the Minnesota Historical society.

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