Original bumper sticker for WEBB 1360 AM radio station, circa 1970s

N.p. N.p., Circa 1970s. Vintage bumper sticker advertising Baltimore radio station WEBB 1360 AM, circa 1970s.

Founded in 1955, the station catered to Baltimore's African American community, playing a mixture of blues, R&B, soul, and other contemporary Black music. In 1970, legendary soul musician James Brown purchased the station, and, nine years later, sold it to Dorothy E. Brunson, making her the first African American woman to own a radio station. She sold it in 1990, and it has changed formats and call signs several times since.

7.5 x 3.75 inches. Unpeeled. Lightly soiled, but otherwise bright and Near Fine.

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