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0053731
PHONOGRAPH.
Line engraving, German, 1910.
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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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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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0174615
MEMPHIS: SUN RECORDS.
Exterior view of the Sun Records Studio in Memphis, Tennessee, opened in 1950. Photograph by Carol M. Highsmith, 2008.
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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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0242472
ECONOMY.
Record-manufacturing: Technician is regulating currents on a electronic amplifier - Photographer: Curt Ullmann - Published by: 'Hier Berlin' 21/1941 Vintage property of ullstein bild.
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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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0528114
BURL IVES (1934-1995).
American actor and singer. Photograph, 1950.
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0622095
'BABE' DIDRIKSON ZAHARIAS
(1911-1956). Née Mildred Ella Didrikson. American athlete. Celebrating a golfing record with her husband George Zaharias in Peabody, Massachusetts. Photograph, 1954.
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0053619
PHONOGRAPH, 1949.
The RCA Victor seven-inch, 45 RPM phonograph record introduced in January 1949.
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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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0171173
JOHNNY HALLYDAY (1943-).
Johnny Hallyday and Eddie Vartan (piano) during the recording of the original picture soundtrack for the film 'Where Are You From, Johnny?', 1963. Full credit: Claude Schwartz - Rue des Archives / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved. 
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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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0123862
CHINA: DOGS.
Two Saluki hounds. Album leaf by Ming emperor Xuande, 1427. Ink and color on paper.
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0115449
DARK SIDE OF THE MOON, 1973.
Cover from the 1973 album 'The Dark Side of the Moon,' by the British rock band Pink Floyd.
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0107603
CHARLES PATHÉ (1863-1957).
French record and film company owner.
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0118659
ICE SKATERS, 1915.
Raymond "King" Kelly and Frank Bryant posing after breaking the world's record for 24-hour roller skating at 348 miles and 8 laps on the ice, Duluth, Minnesota. Photograph, 1915.
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0118142
DARIN: ALBUM COVER, 1962.
Cover of the album 'The Bobby Darin Story,' a compilation of the American singer's hits, 1962.
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0031888
PHONOGRAPH, c1910.
Line cut, German, c1910.
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0097581
MATTHEW FONTAINE MAURY
(1806-1873). American naval officer and oceanographer. Pilot sheet from the first edition of Maury's 'The Physical Geography of the Sea,' 1855.
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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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0167790
MEXICO: MIXTEC PAINTING.
Lienzo painting depicting the history of the Mixtec community of Ihuitlan, Oaxaca, Mexico, c1550.
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0174617
MEMPHIS: STAX RECORDS.
Exterior of the Stax Museum of America Soul Music, formerly Stax Records, in Memphis, Tennessee. Photograph by Carol M. Highsmith, 2008.
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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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0363987
LITERATURE.
Autograph sheet music of the Serenata a tre voci (Serenade for three voices), by Benedetto Marcello (1686-1739). Full Credit: De Agostini / A. Dagli Orti / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
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0348338
LITERATURE & THE ARTS.
Ring a Ring o' Roses, children's music record. Italy, early 20th century. Full credit: De Agostini / A. Dagli Orti / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.
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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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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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0267055
FRANK SINATRA (1915-1998).
American singer. At Liederkranz Hall in New York City. Photograph by William P. Gottlieb, 1947
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0038021
PERUVIAN QUIPU
for counting and recording facts and events, of Inca workmanship.
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0258951
YALE UNIVERSITY, CONNECTICUT, UNITED STATES.
A Mesopotamian clay letter in its unopened envelope from 2000 B.C. Prof. Albert T. Clay.
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0258055
MAP.
A map record of Rear Admiral Peary's 20 years of polar exploration. No Credit Given.
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0035904
MENCIUS (c371-289 B.C.).
Chinese philosopher. Dressed in official cap and robes. Paper album leaf.
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0091503
AIR FORCE PILOTS, 1975.
U.S. Air Force pilots who set eight time-to-climb records with the F-15 Eagle jet fighter aircraft in climbs from three thousand to thirty thousand meters, 1975. A model of the F-15 is in the foreground. Left to right: Major David Peterson, Major Willard Macfarlane and Major Roger Smith.
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0099096
SEAL: RECORDER OF DEEDS.
Seal of the U.S. Recorder of Deeds.
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0326157
STOCKHOLM: ROYAL PALACE.
The art gallery at the Royal Palace in Stockholm, Sweden. Stereograph, c1892.
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0409837
AD: COLUMBIA RECORDS, 1919.
American advertisement for Columbia Record's orchestra albums, 1919.
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0008200
EDISON PHONOGRAPH AD, 1899.
American advertisement for the Edison Concert Phonograph, 1899.
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0169658
JAMES HAROLD DOOLITTLE
(1896-1993). American aviator and army officer. Major Doolittle refueling his Laird Super Solution biplane in Cleveland, Ohio, on 4 September 1931, after flying from Burbank, California in 9 hours and 10 minutes to win the Bendix Prize, prior to taking off again for Newark, New Jersey, to set a new transcontinental speed record.
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