Antique VICTOR Talking Machine RECORDS catalog February 1924 envelope Lynn, MA For Sale
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Antique VICTOR Talking Machine RECORDS catalog February 1924 envelope Lynn, MA:
Antique VICTOR RECORDS catalog from February 15, 1924
"New Victor Records by these Artists - This Week"
This is a cardstock card, folded in half which had been taped shut to mail.
Copyright 1924 by Victor Talking Machine Company"c. 747-IXQA Victor Talking Machine Company, Camden, N.J. printed 1924"
The front features profile pictures of Feodor Chaliapin, Alfred Cortot, Marcia Freer, Paul Whiteman, and Fred Waring, along with the Victor NIPPER dog - aka "His Master's Voice."
Inside there are lists of of the recordingss with fun details about them, such as - "Bootleggers' Ball / I'm Done" by Eddie Hunter - Alex Rogers "Song and story combine in a violent public event and domestic tragedy of the sulky sort. The songs are in half-spoken style, very distinct, with paino brochure is in very good condition, just minor edge wear, light age tanning and the remnants of the tape closure.
It is postmarked "Lynn, Mass." with a 1-cent Washington stamp.It is addressed to: Chernesky & Son, 951 Western Ave., Lynn, Mass.
The brochure was has a stamp inside from trhe distributor: Harry M. Curtis, "Victor - Victrolas & Records, Pianos Sohmer, Packard, Estey" 56-60 Andrew St., Lynn, Mass. (Tel. is one of several similar Victor brochures / catalogues from 1923-1924 that we have listed now.
A word about this collection:
This and the other antique music catalogs and books that we are listing all came from the same collector, who by all accounts was dedicated to collecting records and music ephemera throughtout his life. We never met the man, but have pieced together a portrait based on what we found when we purchased the lot. He was a prolific walker in his early days - a New York Times article from the early 1950s describes the then 18-year-old crossing the entire country on foot, beginning in the Bronx and working odd jobs along the way. In later life he often traveled by train to reach record stores, and the collection of books shows that he started in the 1950s and kept going up until his death a few years ago.
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