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Title Record - 78 RPM
Date 1924 C
Object Name Record, Phonograph
Catalog Number 1989.40.3
Scope & Content Made of Plastic/Paper/Ink/Paint. A set of "PATHEPHONE" records and one phonograph record in a thick paper sleeve. The records have an orange/yellow impression in the center where the labels would be located. The records are all very thick and heavy. They are mainly hymns and military bands. Titles of the records are: Side 1: "SEAGULL". Side 2: "WONDER IF YOU MISS ME SOMETIMES". The records are from the 1920s and belonged to Woodstock citizens William and Mabel Lavin.
Year Range from 1920
Year Range to 1929
Extent of Description Covers: Small - Length: 25.2 cm; Width - 24.4 cm. Large - Length: 29 cm; Width - 30.5 cm