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Front of "Carolina Lady" promotional 45 paper sleeve
Listen to "Carolina Lady"
Back of "Carolina Lady" promotional 45 paper sleeve
Listen to "The Rhythm Of Charleston"
"Carolina Lady" record label
Listen to "Carolina Lady"
"The Rhythm Of Charleston" record label
Listen to "The Rhythm Of Charleston"

Jim Bradley poster that hung in the lobby of the "new" WCSC offices and studios at 475 East Bay
Promotional WCSC radio that could only pick up 1390 AM

WCSC tape box cover
Bob Casey business card
Bob Casey business card

October 1980 WCSC newspaper ad

Contest entry form published in a 1980 newspaper
Madeleine helps Booby Nash celebrate his arrival at WCSC from cross-town rival WTMA.
John Rivers. Jr. and CJ Jones welcome Booby Nash to the WCSC family. The fellow in the background with the mustache and crossed arms is Randy Scott, who was WCSC's Music Director and airborne traffic reporter. (He died after an unsuccessful morning takeoff in the early '80s.)
Booby Nash
Booby Nash simulates being on the air in one of the WCSC radio production rooms.
(Look Ma, no moving VU meters!)
Booby Nash
Bruce Roberts in a WCSC production room
Booby Nash helping out Jerry's Kids with a WCSC Roof-A-Thon in 1983
Booby Nash at a WCSC remote broadcast
Booby Nash on top of the WCSC news vehicle in the Charleston Christmas parade
Booby Nash at another WCSC remote broadcast (1985)
Harve Jacobs in the WCSC Radio newsroom circa 1985
Harve Jacobs working a hot news story
Charlie Davis in the WCSC Radio newsroom circa 1985
John Reynolds in the WCSC control room
John Reynolds in the WCSC control room circa 1985
Air Personality Steve Russell and Engineer Bruce Roberts (1985)
1986 WCSC promotional piece
Patrick Joyce
Patrick Joyce and Ted Byrne broadcasting a College of Charleston basketball game (late 1980s)
Booby Nash Collector's Mug
Charlie Davis did news on WCSC (later WXTC-AM) as well as WXTC-FM.
Ted Byrne at the 1390 transmitter site in September 1989
broadcasting right before Hurricane Hugo hit Charleston

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