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Bibliography

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Images Reproduced with Permission From:

 

Johnson Victrola Museum, Dover, DE

Janet Hewes personal photograph collection

Camden County Historical Society, Camden, NJ

Barnum III, Frederick O. His Master's Voice In America. Camden, NJ. General Electric Company, 1991

  The Collection of the Library of Congress, Motion Picture, Broadcasting and
Recorded Sound Division: Emile Berliner and the Birth of the Recording Industry

EMI Recorded Music Archive, London, UK

Koenigsberg, Allen. The Patent History of the Phonograph 1877-1912. Brooklyn, NY. APM Press. 1990.

Research and Suggested Reading:

Barnum III, Frederick O. His Master's Voice In America. Camden, NJ. General Electric Company, 1991

Barnum III, Frederick O. A Century of Communications Electronics Milestones from Camden, New Jersey 1901-2001. Compiled for L-3 Communication Systems-East, Camden, NJ. 2000

Baumbach, Robert W. Look for the Dog: An Illustrated Guide to Victor Talking Machines. 6th ed. Los Angeles, CA. Mulholland Press.1999.


Johnson, E.R. Fenimore. His Master's Voice was Eldridge R. Johnson. 1st Ed. Milford, DE. State Media, Inc. 1974.

Koenigsberg, Allen. The Patent History of the Phonograph 1877-1912. Brooklyn, NY. APM Press. 1990.

Martland, Peter. Since Records Began: EMI The First 100 Years. London, England. B.T. Batsford Ltd. 1997.

 


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