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Phonograph records

 Subject
Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Scope Note: Discs (formerly cylinders) of shellac, polyvinyl chloride, or other substances so prepared that sound is reproduced when played on a phonograph.

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George H. O'Connor Recordings Collection

 Collection — Oversize LP boxes
Identifier: GTM-851014
Scope and Contents The George H. O'Connor Recordings Collection consists of 74 phonograph records, each of which has at least one recording by George H. O'Connor (1874 - 1946). The reverse side of many of the records have recordings by such artists as Al Jolson, Morton Harvey, Arthur Fields, Marguerite Farrell and Irving Kaufman. Most of the records are copies of those made available to the public (probably made between 1916 and 1917), but there are several special recordings of broadcasts in memory of O'Connor...