Record, Phonograph

Author:
Victor Talking Machine Company -- manufacturer
Date:
1906
Description:
Summary: Phonograph record was made by the Victor Talking Machine Company of Camden, New Jersey. The record is cut on one side only. A black-and-gold label on the front of the record reads Songs My Mother Used To Sing. A label on the back reads Victor 12-Inch Record. The record dates from March 1, 1906. -- Color: Black, gold -- Item Count: 1 item -- Dimensions: 30.2 cm diameter
Subject:
phonograph records
Partner:
Ohio History Connection
Source:
http://catalog.ohiohistory.org/Presto/search/SearchResults.aspx?q=Museum_Collections.STAR_Record_No=87245
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