Robert T. Krupp
Network radio and TV announcer for more than 40 years, Krupp worked for all of "The Big Three," ABC, CBS and NBC, as well as a contract announcer for many weekly radio shows. He was stationed at Schofield Barracks Post Broadcasting System as manager of the station, and interrupted a regularly scheduled program one minute after receiving a news flash from Associated Press bulletin announcing the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor.
A man of many interests, Krupp showed talent as an artist, a gourmet cook, and creative woodworking.
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About Roger Krupp, radio announcer, actor, artist, gourmet cook, and creative woodwork
Krupp was on the air one minute after receiving the enclosed news flash from AP Bulletin about attack on Pearl Harbor
Honolulu-Star Bulletin news release
Minneapolis Morning Tribune with enlarged map of Oahu, December 9, 1941
Payment book for Chrysler Motors, 1935
Photo of Post Broadcasting System Staff, Schofield Barracks, Hawaii, 1933
Letter to Anita and Roger Krupp from Lowell Thomas, April 7, 1978
Copy of resume for file and reference, Roger T. Krupp, AFTRA
Copy of Dragnet radio script, Tuesday December 15, 1953
3 Caricatures by Roger Krupp, Johnny Carson, Lyndon Johnson and Albert Einstein
Magazine, The Complete History of Soap Operas, 1976
Various black and white still photos of actors, 1 photo of General Dwight D. Eisenhower, no date
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