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ESKIMO AND PHONOGRAPH.
An Eskimo man sitting among furs listening to the phonograph, probably originally photographed during the filming of Robert J. Flaherty's 1922 movie 'Nanook of the North.' Photograph by Robert Joseph Flaherty, c1922.
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AD: SONORA, 1919.
American advertisement for the Sonora Phonograph Sales Company, 1919.
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AD: THE ULTONA, 1919.
American advertisement for THe Ultona, a product of The Brunswick-Balke-Collender Company, 1919.
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THOMAS EDISON (1847-1931).
American inventor. Photographed in his workshop listening to a new record on the phonograph that he invented, West Orange, New Jersey. c1906.
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SCIENCE.
Keepers play music with a gramophone in the elephant enclosure. Photographer: Philipp Kester, 1909. Vintage property of ullstein bild.
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MEDIA.
German Empire Free State Prussia Brandenburg Province Berlin: Radio station ' Reichssender Berlin ' - Dr. Rau at a turntable in the studio - Photographer: Curt Ullmann - Published by: 'Sieben Tage' 17/1938 Vintage property of ullstein bild.
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THOMAS EDISON (1847-1931).
American inventor. Photographed with his phonograph in March 1921.
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LOUISIANA: CHILD, 1939.
African American child at a phonograph in Transylvania Project, Louisiana. Photograph by Russell Lee, January 1939.
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AD: VICTROLA, 1922.
American advertisement for the Victrola phonograph, manufactured by the Victor Talking Machine Company, 1922.
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NAVAJO & PHONOGRAPH, c1914.
A Navajo man recording his voice on a phonograph record. Photograph, c1914.
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THOMAS EDISON (1847-1931).
American inventor. Shown with one of his phonographs. Illustration by Jean Poyet, 1889.
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AMERICAN PHONOGRAPH, 1940.
Advertising photograph of the Airline phonograph from a Montgomery Ward catalogue of 1940.
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AD: PHONOGRAPH, 1901.
American magazine advertisement for the Thomas A. Edison National Phonograph Company, 1901.
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U.S. COMIC STRIPS:
The Yellow Kid, created by Richard F. Outcault in 1894.
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TALKING MACHINE, 1870.
An early sound recording machine. Line engraving, 1870.
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THOMAS EDISON (1847-1931).
American inventor. Edison in his laboratory. Wood engraving, 1889, after Thure Thulstrup.
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FILM: LILLY TURNER, 1933.
Guy Kibbee as Dr. McGill in 'Lilly Turner,' 1933. Film still photograph.
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LAUREL AND HARDY.
Stan Laurel (right) and Oliver Hardy in a scene from 'Our Relations,' 1936 (Hal Roach - MGM).
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SPACE EXPLORATION: VOYAGER.
Etched cover with playing instructions for gold-covered copper phonograph records on board each Voyager. Each record contained pictures, messages, and music that scientists hope to be intercepted and decifered by intelligent beings on distant planets.
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PHONOGRAPH, c1910.
Line cut, German, c1910.
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THOMAS A. EDISON (1847-1931).
American inventor. Photographed with his phonograph in his laboratory in West Orange, New Jersey, 1887.
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THOMAS EDISON (1847-1931).
American inventor. Engraving, 1888.
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PHONOGRAPH, 1961.
The Miracord Studio-H, featuring a fully automatic turntable, manufactured by the Benjamin Electronic Sound Corporation, Corona, New York. Publicity photograph, 1961.
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THOMAS EDISON (1847-1931).
American inventor. Wood engraving after a photograph.
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LITERATURE & THE ARTS.
Small gramophone, 1920-1930. Germany, 20th century. Full credit: De Agostini / A. Dagli Orti / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.
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ILLUSTRATIONS & POSTERS.
Posters, Italy, 20th century. Emilio Gennerelli and C. Napoli. Advertisment for a gramophone. Full Credit: DEA / L. ROMANO / Granger, NYC -- All rights r
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EDISON: PHONOGRAPH, 1878.
'Apparatus of the phonograph.' Thomas A. Edison's phonograph. Line engraving, English, 1878.
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TELEVISION STUDIO, 1963.
A teaching television studio at the Annenberg School of Communications, University of Pennsylvania. Photograph by Samuel Herman Gottscho in 1963.
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GRAPHOPHONE.
Talking into the graphophone, patented in 1886 by Charles Sumner Tainter, Alexander Graham Bell, and Chichester Bell. Contemporary American line engraving.
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PHONOGRAPH AD, 1912.
Victor-Victrola phonographs. American magazine advertisement, 1912.
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PETROGRAD, RUSSIA.
Russians shop beneath an Orthodox shrine in a covered bazaar. Dr. Gilbert H. Grosvenor.
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EDISON PHONOGRAPH AD, 1899.
American advertisement for the Edison Concert Phonograph, 1899.
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PHONOGRAPH, c1929.
Joan Crawford and Dorothy Sebastian photographed c1929 with a portable phonograph in Santa Monica, California.
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PHONOGRAPH.
Wood engraving, c1880.
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PHONOGRAPH, 1914.
American magazine advertisement, 1914, for the Victor Talking Machine Company.
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ADVERTISING SHOW, 1906.
The Edison Commercial System booth at the 1906 advertising show at Madison Square Garden in New York City, advertising business phonographs and numbering machines. C.R. Carver Company, is visible in the background. Photograph, c1900.
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THOMAS EDISON (1847-1931).
American inventor. Photographed seated in center with his staff, Fred Ott at left and Col. George Gouraud at right. Standing (left to right) are W.K.L. Dickson, Charles Batchelor, A. Thedore Wangemann, John Ott, and Charles Brown with wax-recording phonograph in West Orange, New Jersey, c1892.
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PHONOGRAPH AD, c1880.
A New York City broadside, c1880, inviting the curious for a demonstration of Thomas Edison's phonograph.
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GRAPHOPHONE.
The graphophone, patented in 1886 by Charles Sumner Tainter, Alexander Graham Bell, and Chichester Bell. Wood engraving, French, late 19th century.
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PHONOGRAPH, 19th CENTURY.
Brazilians gathering Carnauba wax used in the manufacture of phonograph cylinders. Wood engraving, French, late 19th century.
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