San Diego

Accessibility Tools

  • Check if your spelling is correct, or try removing filters.
  • Remove quotes around phrases to match each word individually: "blue drop" will match less than blue drop.
  • You can require or exclude terms using + and -: big +blue drop will require a match on blue while big blue -drop will exclude results that contain drop.

KGB Chicken in Mayor Pete Wilson's Office in 1978

KGB Chicken in Mayor Pete Wilson's Office in 1978

Magnify by hovering your mouse over the image. Zoom in/out with the mousewheel.

Mayor Wilson and the KGB Chicken at the Mayor's desk during a press conference for America's Finest City Week. The KGB Chicken became one the most irreverent and iconic mascots in sports history. The character originated as an animated TV commercial for KGB-FM Radio. In March 1974, Ted Giannoulas was hired to wear the first suit. At the time he was a 20-year-old journalism major at San Diego State University. The Chicken, no longer with KGB, continues to make appearances in the United States and abroad.

Provide feedback for this photo

Download high resolution photo

Provide feedback for "KGB Chicken in Mayor Pete Wilson's Office in 1978"