This nine-year old boy would grow up to become a broadcast legend in the Delaware Valley. It was taken during the middle of World War II. Even at this early age, you can see his style developing. Throughout his life, he was often referred to as "one of the most handsome people in radio and television in the Delaware Valley. It's a picture of the one and only legendary Hy Lit taken in 1943.
From the official archives of the Broadcast Pioneers of Philadelphia
Photo originally donated by Broadcast Pioneers member Hy Lit
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