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Disc jockey Georgie Woods reading into studio microphone. Philadelphia Evening Bulletin. October 2, 1970.
Sonny Hopson, WHAT disc jockey and “now the main man for afternoon foxes.” Philadelphia Evening Bulletin. January 10, 1970.
Conferring at an NAACP rally at Independence Square are (from left) Cecil B. Moore, president of the local NAACP chapter; radio personality Georgie Woods; and Roy T. Wilkins, NAACP executive secretary. Philadelphia Evening Bulletin. June 9, 1963.
Georgie Woods during campaign tour of North Philadelphia in his race for a Philadelphia City Council seat. Woods picks up four-year-old Michelle Long, of 1500 N. 29th Street, who was knocked down by the crowd of fans. Philadelphia Evening Bulletin. July 12, 1967.
DJs Hy Lit and Joe Niagara at WIBG in Lafayette Hill during the radio station’s final week before changing format. Philadelphia Evening Bulletin. September 8, 1977.
All photos from George D. McDowell Philadelphia Evening Bulletin Photograph Collection, Temple University.