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0174674
FILMMAKING: SOUND, 1926.
Western Electric equipment for recording sound for motion pictures. Photograph, c1926.
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0174676
FILMMAKING: SOUND, 1930.
Sound engineer Douglas Shearer demonstrating sound recording for actress Norma Shearer. Photograph, 1930.
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0174685
FILMMAKING: SOUND.
G.R. Grove looking at the wax disc for recording sound for films, developed by Western Electric Company and Warner Brothers. Photograph, c1926.
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0174673
FILMMAKING: SOUND.
G.R. Grove looking at the wax disc for recording sound for films, developed by Western Electric Company and Warner Brothers. Photograph, c1926.
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0222256
SPORTS.
James Cleveland (Jesse) OWENS, (1913-1980), American athlete - 1936 Summer Olympics in Berlin, athletics, 100 meters sprint, 1st heat, Owens wins (world record, 10,2 sec) - August 3, 1936.
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0226907
PEOPLE.
Boys and girls lying around a record-player and listening to records in the youth - club Panda-Klub - 1956 Picture colored later, identical with Image Number 84162.
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0121990
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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0125240
TEXAS: COTTON FIELD, c1904.
African American workers weighing cotton in a field in Texas. Stereograph, c1904.
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0118140
SOUND OF MUSIC, 1959.
Cover from the 1959 album of the original Broadway theatrical production of the musical 'The Sound of Music,' with music by Richard Rodgers and lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein.
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0127064
ÉDITH PIAF (1915--1963).
Née Édith Giovanna Gassion. French singer and actress.
Singing at a recording studio in Paris, 1 February 1962.
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0111025
PIAF: ALBUM COVER, c1963.
Cover for 'The World of Piaf,' an album of songs recorded by French singer and actress Édith Piaf, released in England, c1963.
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0111323
THE BEATLES, 1969.
From left: George Harrison, Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, and John Lennon crossing a street in London. Photograph from the album 'Abbey Road,' 1969, the last recording by The Beatles before the dissolution of the group in 1970.
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0013285
FILM: LILLY TURNER, 1933.
Guy Kibbee as Dr. McGill in 'Lilly Turner,' 1933. Film still photograph.
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0099096
SEAL: RECORDER OF DEEDS.
Seal of the U.S. Recorder of Deeds.
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0069555
LAUREL AND HARDY.
Stan Laurel (right) and Oliver Hardy in a scene from 'Our Relations,' 1936 (Hal Roach - MGM).
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0113403
JEFFERSON: REPORTS.
Title page of a bound copy of 'A Record of the Reports of Thomas Jefferson,' as Secretary of State, c1793.
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0087943
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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0123208
CENSUS RECORDING, 1937.
A member of the Social Security board photographing Census data under the supervision of Census Bureau Director William L. Austin. Photograph, 1937.
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0118139
SOUND OF MUSIC, 1959.
Cover from the 1959 album of the original Broadway theatrical production of the musical 'The Sound of Music,' featuring Mary Martin as Maria with the Von Trapp children. Music by Richard Rodgers and lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein.
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0174945
THE MAMAS & THE PAPAS, 1967.
Cover for the album 'The Mamas and the Papas Deliver' by The Mamas & The Papas, 1967.
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0167790
MEXICO: MIXTEC PAINTING.
Lienzo painting depicting the history of the Mixtec community of Ihuitlan, Oaxaca, Mexico, c1550.
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0031888
PHONOGRAPH, c1910.
Line cut, German, c1910.
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0259663
GERMANY: RECORD STORE.
Interior of a record store in Germany. Photograph, c1970.
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0171821
MARY RAND (1940- ).
Née Bignal. English track and field athlete. Jumping 21 feet 1 3/4 inches in the long jump event during the United States vs. Great Britain track meet at White City Stadium, London, England, 5 August 1963, thereby setting a new stadium record.
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0363851
LITERATURE.
Portrait of Giuseppina Strepponi holding the score for Nabucco, opera by Giuseppe Verdi, 1842. Full Credit: De Agostini Picture Library / Granger, NYC -- All rights r
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0364639
LITERATURE.
Handwritten sheet music for the Sonata prima for violin and bass, allegro assai, by Giuseppe Tartini (1692-1770). Full Credit: De Agostini / A. Dagli Orti / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
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0066367
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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0053306
RUSSIA: MECHANIC, 1918.
Drawing from the album 'October 1917-1918' with text by Vladimir Mayakovsky, 1918.
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0043520
LEONTYNE PRICE ALBUM, 1982.
Cover from the album of a 1982 recording of Leontyne Price singing American songs.
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0123602
CHINA: BIRD HUNTING.
Hunters pursuing sea eagles. Painted silk album leaf attributed to Ch'en Chu-chung, Sung Dynasty, early 13th century.
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0258953
MESOPOTAMIA.
A clay cuneiform cylinder tablet case from 3,800 years ago. Prof. Albert T. Clay.
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0258682
GOVERNORS ISLAND, NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK, USA.
Ruth law received congratulations after her flight from Chicago. No Credit Given.
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0083072
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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0056034
PHONOGRAPH AD, 1912.
Victor-Victrola phonographs. American magazine advertisement, 1912.
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0008200
EDISON PHONOGRAPH AD, 1899.
American advertisement for the Edison Concert Phonograph, 1899.
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0066217
SLAVE CONSPIRACY, 1822.
A printed record of the 35 black men executed for conspiring to start a slave revolt at Charleston, South Carolina, in 1822, including their respective owners and dates of execution. Denmark Vesey, the free black who led the plot, is listed fifth from the top.
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0006941
PHONOGRAPH, c1929.
Joan Crawford and Dorothy Sebastian photographed c1929 with a portable phonograph in Santa Monica, California.
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0123601
CHINA: MONGOL HORSEMAN.
A Mongol horseman with a hawk. Painted silk album leaf, Sung Dynasty, 11th century.
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0180582
MOUNT ST. HELENS, 1980.
A scientist with the U.S. Geological Survey installing portable seismic recording equipment near Mount St. Helens, in Washington State, April 1980, prior to the major eruption of the volcano that took place on 18 May 1980.
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0409828
AD: THE ULTONA, 1919.
American advertisement for THe Ultona, a product of The Brunswick-Balke-Collender Company, 1919.
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