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Anchor Harry Donahue Wraps Up His KYW Newsradio Career

Retiring anchor Harry Donahue on his final day after over 40 years on KYW Newsradio.  (Credit: Andre Bennett)
Harry Donahue Retires Retiring anchor Harry Donahue on his final day after over 40 years on KYW Newsradio. (Credit: Andre Bennett)
Retiring anchor Harry Donahue on his final day after over 40 years on KYW Newsradio.  (Credit: Andre Bennett)
Harry Donahue Retires Retiring anchor Harry Donahue on his final day after over 40 years on KYW Newsradio. (Credit: Andre Bennett)
Retiring anchor Harry Donahue speaks to his colleagues on his final day after over 40 years on KYW Newsradio. (Credit: Andrew Kramer)
(Credit: Andrew Kramer)
Harry Donahue Retires Retiring anchor Harry Donahue speaks to his colleagues on his final day after over 40 years on KYW Newsradio. (Credit: Andrew Kramer) (Credit: Andrew Kramer)
Retiring anchor Harry Donahue on his final day after over 40 years on KYW Newsradio. (Credit: Mike Dougherty)
Harry Donahue Retires Retiring anchor Harry Donahue on his final day after over 40 years on KYW Newsradio. (Credit: Mike Dougherty)
Retiring anchor Harry Donahue on his final day after over 40 years on KYW Newsradio.  (Credit: Andre Bennett)
Harry Donahue Retires Retiring anchor Harry Donahue on his final day after over 40 years on KYW Newsradio. (Credit: Andre Bennett)
Retiring anchor Harry Donahue on his final day after over 40 years on KYW Newsradio. (Credit: Andrew Kramer)
Harry Donahue Retires Retiring anchor Harry Donahue on his final day after over 40 years on KYW Newsradio. (Credit: Andrew Kramer)
Retiring anchor Harry Donahue speaks to his colleagues on his final day after over 40 years on KYW Newsradio. (Credit: Andre Bennett)(Credit: Andre Bennett)
Harry Donahue Retires Retiring anchor Harry Donahue speaks to his colleagues on his final day after over 40 years on KYW Newsradio. (Credit: Andre Bennett)(Credit: Andre Bennett)
Harry Donahue (center) with fellow KYW Newsradio morning drive team members Ed Abrams and Lauren Lipton. (Credit: Mike Dougherty)
Harry Donahue Retires Harry Donahue (center) with fellow KYW Newsradio morning drive team members Ed Abrams and Lauren Lipton. (Credit: Mike Dougherty)
Retiring anchor Harry Donahue on his final day after over 40 years on KYW Newsradio. (Credit: Mike Dougherty)
Harry Donahue Retires Retiring anchor Harry Donahue on his final day after over 40 years on KYW Newsradio. (Credit: Mike Dougherty)
Retiring anchor Harry Donahue speaks to his colleagues on his final day after over 40 years on KYW Newsradio. (Credit: Andre Bennett)
Harry Donahue Retires Retiring anchor Harry Donahue speaks to his colleagues on his final day after over 40 years on KYW Newsradio. (Credit: Andre Bennett)
Retiring anchor Harry Donahue on his final day after over 40 years on KYW Newsradio. (Credit: Andre Bennett)
Harry Donahue Retires Retiring anchor Harry Donahue on his final day after over 40 years on KYW Newsradio. (Credit: Andre Bennett)
Retiring anchor Harry Donahue on his final day after over 40 years on KYW Newsradio. (Credit: Mike Dougherty)
Harry Donahue Retires Retiring anchor Harry Donahue on his final day after over 40 years on KYW Newsradio. (Credit: Mike Dougherty)
Retiring anchor Harry Donahue on his final day after over 40 years on KYW Newsradio. (Credit: Andrew Kramer)
(Credit: Andrew Kramer)
Harry Donahue Retires Retiring anchor Harry Donahue on his final day after over 40 years on KYW Newsradio. (Credit: Andrew Kramer) (Credit: Andrew Kramer)
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