Besides cash, Read had an antique Edison phonograph
with dozens of recording drums that he left to the Dummerston Historical Society, Rowell said.
An Edison phonograph
of 1905 was sold by retailer W Newton of Westgate Road, a Colombia gramophone of 1906 to Sherborne's of Westmorland Road and a 1940s Vidor wireless and gramophone to the Windows store.
From the very first Edison phonograph
to the emergence of the first music piracy and the rise of record companies such as Victor and Columbia, Sutton sums it all up in short, essay-like chapters .
but language as artifact continues to absorb her: "Ferns of language pressed into the soft wax cylinder of an Edison phonograph
Their plotting is overheard by black billionaire philanthropist Dougie Fredericks, who tries to foil their dastardly plan using a hard-to-conceal Edison phonograph
for the world's last wire-tap.
Equipped with an Edison phonograph
he travelled to the Blata area in South Bohemia in 1909.
1 -- 2 -- color) Historical Society member Richard Doyle, above, winds up and plays ``Listen to the Mockingbird'' on a Thomas Edison phonograph
at the Andres Pico Adobe in Mission Hills.
Period home entertainment begins with an Edison Phonograph
(pounds 200-pounds 250) and ends with a JVC Sputnik videosphere portable television (pounds 250-pounds 350), taking in magic lanterns, gramophones, radios and records along the way.
And as for carting your Edison Phonograph
along when you went out for a jog -- well, literally carrying it in a cart was the only way you were going to do that.
In 1888, the Edison Phonograph
Works and the Edison Phonograph
Company were founded.
Barry Owen liked what he saw, and offered to buy the picture if only Barraud would rework it to show Nipper listening to one of the new Gramophone machines instead of the old Edison phonograph
Newark is close to West Orange, site of the Edison phonograph
works, laboratories, and film studio; these locations are now collectively designated as a National Historic Site.