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|UNCLE JIM'S BOSCO ANN CLUB
White background with red text around the outer edge and a black and white photograph of a man a young girl in the center of the button.
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Uncle Jim was a popular radio host in the 1930s. The Bosco Ann Club is a reference to the William S. Scull Company from Camden, New Jersey, who imported, packaged, and sold Boscul coffee and tea. WGY radio, located in Schenectady, New York, is one of the oldest stations in America. It was General Electric’s flagship station from 1922-1983.