I'm doing research on the early radio broadcasting history of the Los Angeles, California area from 1920 to 1940.
I'm looking for more information about the first famous radio announcer in Los Angeles, John S. Daggett. From 1922 to 1927, he was the main announcer and station manager for radio station KHJ at the Los Angeles Times.
Daggett was also a reporter for the Times newspaper and editor of their radio column.
I'd like to know more about him, what he did after 1930 and the year he died and where he died.