Museum Executives and "Today" Show Staff after Live Broadcast from Greenfield Village, October 25, 1955

Summary

On October 25, 1955, NBC broadcast three television programs live and in color from Greenfield Village. Network trucks, cameras, and other equipment dotted the Village. The morning started off with the Today show airing services from Martha-Mary Chapel. Later, the Home show depicted a typical day in a mid-19th-century American village. The day ended with a visit to the Scotch Settlement School by the Howdy Doody show.

On October 25, 1955, NBC broadcast three television programs live and in color from Greenfield Village. Network trucks, cameras, and other equipment dotted the Village. The morning started off with the Today show airing services from Martha-Mary Chapel. Later, the Home show depicted a typical day in a mid-19th-century American village. The day ended with a visit to the Scotch Settlement School by the Howdy Doody show.

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