Dave Moore, a splicer for Pacific Bell, takes his listening pleasure with him on the job in this Nov. 13, 1989, photo. Earphones aren’t convenient under a hardhat, so Moore lugged his portable radio up 30 feet high and hung it from a convenient wire. He was working at the corner of Pismo and Santa Rosa Streets in San Luis Obispo.
Dave Moore, a splicer for Pacific Bell, takes his listening pleasure with him on the job in this Nov. 13, 1989, photo. Earphones aren’t convenient under a hardhat, so Moore lugged his portable radio up 30 feet high and hung it from a convenient wire. He was working at the corner of Pismo and Santa Rosa Streets in San Luis Obispo. Robert Dyer The Tribune
Dave Moore, a splicer for Pacific Bell, takes his listening pleasure with him on the job in this Nov. 13, 1989, photo. Earphones aren’t convenient under a hardhat, so Moore lugged his portable radio up 30 feet high and hung it from a convenient wire. He was working at the corner of Pismo and Santa Rosa Streets in San Luis Obispo. Robert Dyer The Tribune