Gordon Skutle CJCA Radio Scrapbook

The following images were collected by Gordon Skutle during his career as an engineer at CJCA from 1943 to 1986

CJCA Broadcasting Licenses

CJCA and Radio in the 1920s - Miscellaneous

In the 1930s, Captain Grover called the "Farmer" produced a program aimed at a young audience

Early CJCA Microphones

From 1934 to 1973, CJCA occupied the fourth storey of the Birks Building at 104 St. and Jasper Avenue in Edmonton

Radio Periodicals in the 1920s, 1930s, and 1940s

CJCA and Radio in the 1930s - Miscellaneous

CJCA in Belmont in north Edmonton prior to the move to Ellerslie

Radio History in Western Canada - 1934 to 1951

CJCA and Radio in the 1940s - Miscellaneous

CJCA moved the transmitter to Ellerslie in the mid 1940s. The transmitter building provided complete housekeeping facilities for the staff on 24 hour shifts.

CJCA staff baseball game in 1946

Jo Jo was a fund-raising program in the 1940s and 1950s for the Red Cross. The show featured the parrots Jo Jo and Elvira who talked to Uncle Hal

CJCA Personnel - 1940s and early 1950s

CJCA and Radio in the 1950s - Miscellaneous

CJCA and Radio in the 1960s - Miscellaneous

CJCA Personnel in the 1960s and 1970s

CJCA and Klondike Days 1960s, 1970s and 1980s

CJCA and Radio in the 1970s - Miscellaneous

CJCA Miscellaneous Programs 1970s, 1980, 1990s

CJCA and Radio in the 1980s - Miscellaneous

CJCA - Closure in 1993

CJCA Promotion - Undated

Radio History - Undated

Please contact Gordon Skutle, if you have any additions or corrections or you want further information at dege6@telus.net

Page Last Updated: March 2012