Ritchie, Patty and Len

Gramaphone and Four Records

Gramophone and Four Records

Gramophone and Four Records

Description:

a) This is a large wooden grammophone that originally belonged to George Walker. It has a lifting lid and two cupboard compartments in the front, one for a speaker and one for holding records, and one on the right side for the winding handle. The record player is beneath the top lid and still spins though it quickly slows down. b) this is a small red record with the maker's mark Columbia Records, "Playtime - Noah's Ark - Part 1" c) this is a black record with the maker's mark RCA Victor, "Jolly Lumberjack Polka" d) this is a black record with the maker's mark RCA Victor, His Master's Voice Victor, "Creole Love Call", Duke Wellington and his Orchestra e) this is a black record with the maker's mark Quality Records, "Lily of Lagua", Eddie "Piano" Miller

Keywords:

music, entertainment, gramophone, records

Source:

Len Ritchie

Date of Object:

ca. 1912-1920

Accession #:

015.15.02abcde

Dimensions:

a) 122cm H x 54cm L x 47cm W b) 15cm Dia. c) 24.5cm Dia. d) 24.5cm Dia. e)24.5cm Dia.

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