War of the Worlds broadcast 1938, attack on the observatory at Princeton

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588   1 year ago
During the 1938 War of the Worlds broadcast Grovers Mill and Princeton played a big part in this adapted version of the classic. THE OBSERVATORY AT PRINCETON was refered to as the place Professor Pierson who was portrayed by the 23-year-old Orson Welles worked. He was bringing the listeners to the CBS Radio Network a Halloween treat, a dramatization of H.G. Wells' 40-year-old novel, The War of the Worlds. The real observatory in use in 1938 was the FitzRadolph observatory on Princeton's campus. Torn down in 2020 it was the setting for scene three of Artist Robert Hummel's painted series on the radio drama. Martian attack at the Observatory at Princeton. Framed in oak salvaged from within this former historic observatory. At 3x4 feet this large intense paintings can be yours.
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