Fabulous Phonograph: From Tin Foil to High Fidelity

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  • Article TitleThe Fabulous Phonograph: From Tin Foil to High Fidelity
  • Page TitleThe Fabulous Phonograph: From Tin Foil to High Fidelity
  • Short TitleThe Fabulous Phonograph: From Tin Foil to High Fidelity
  • Index TitleFabulous Phonograph: From Tin Foil to High Fidelity
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  • TermsA-Z, Book, Encyclopedia, F, Objects, Recording Industry, References, The Emergence of an Industrial Nation, 1840-1893,
  • Reference CreatorGelatt, Roland
  • Citation CreatorsGelatt, Roland
  • Citation TitleThe Fabulous Phonograph: From Tin Foil to High Fidelity
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  • Citation PublisherNew York: J. B. Lippincott Company, 1955
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