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The Columbia record / copied and reprinted by Ryan Barna.


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Corporate Author:
Columbia Phonograph Company, inc.
Beginning date:
Emmaus, PA : Phonostalgia, 2012-
  • Book
  • v. : ill., facsims., ports. ; 28 cm.
Title from cover. "Little is known about the first volume of the 'Record' in 1903, as no copies are known to survive. It was originally established in Denver, Colorado, then the printing moved to New York in January 1904."--Vol. 2 [i.e. v. 1 of this reproduction], "Introduction." "The majority of the pages in this volume were copied from the collection at the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts ...", plus some material "copied from the Library of Congress, Recorded Sound Reference Center."--"Volume II: 1904", "Introduction." "The series will eventually cover the entire run from 1904 to 1917."--Web page for this title. Four pages per leaf in the reproduction, beginning with the original's change, "In August 1907, the size of the 'Record' was reduced to 6¹/₂" x 9¹/₄" ..."--"Volume V: 1907", "Introduction." As issued in GBC binding.
  • [no reproduction published for v. 1, 1903]
  • v. 2. 1904 ["there was no July issue, and there was likely no December issue"]
  • v. 3. 1905
  • v. 4. 1906
  • v. 5. 1907
Reproduction of most of the monthly periodical published 1903-1917 by Columbia Phonograph Company, constituting "a trade journal for their dealers ... [including] news, profiles, releases, sales tips, lawsuits, and musical trends ... [with] some occasional exaggerations ..."--"Volume II: 1904", "Introduction."
Barna, Ryan. aui
New York Public Library for the Performing Arts.
Library of Congress. Motion Picture, Broadcasting, and Recorded Sound Division.

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