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Living Stereo (1958)
Introducing stereophonic phonograph records.

Genre: Ephemeral
Keywords: Media: Phonograph;
Duration: 00:07:42
Popularity (downloads): 1239
 
America's Millenium on the Mall - Blues: Past and Future - B.B. King's Early Musical Education (2000)
In the third segment William Ferris and B.B. King discuss his musical education until age 14.

Genre: Educational
Keywords: Itta Bene, Mississippi; Indianola, Mississippi; divorce; Greenwood, Mississippi; Tupelo, Mississippi; Elvis Presley; religious mother; church; Pastor Archie Fair; guitar playing in church; Church of God in Christ Sanctified; blues; gospel; Reverend Utah Smith; electric guitar; Blind Lemmon Jefferson; Lonnie Johnson; Blind Blake; Reverend Gates; Robert Johnson; great aunt; victrola phonograph; 78 records;
Duration: 00:04:04
Popularity (downloads): 556
 
Command Performance (1942)
How shellac records were produced and manufactured.

Genre: Ephemeral
Keywords: Media: Phonograph;Music;
Duration: 00:18:58
Popularity (downloads): 1457
 
How to Listen To... New Dimensions in Sound (1957)
Demonstration of the latest audio technology: stereo sound.

Genre: Ephemeral
Keywords: Media: Phonograph;Music;
Duration: 00:17:44
Popularity (downloads): 1093
 
Miss Clark Introduces Panorama (1960)
Promotional film for ""Panorama"" a filmstrip/phonograph record/book playback unit, demonstrating how this early multimedia device can be useful in teaching.

Genre: Ephemeral
Keywords: Media: Multimedia; Society: Education; Tourism;
Duration: 00:10:44
Popularity (downloads): 370
 
Visit to Wurlitzer, A (Part I) (1950)
Tour of the Wurlitzer factory located at North Tonawanda, N.Y., showing the manufacture of ""coin-operated phonographs."" A color sequence introducing the factory and its surroundings is followed by a black-and-white...

Genre: Ephemeral
Keywords: Juke boxes; Manufacturing; Media: Phonograph;
Duration: 00:19:24
Popularity (downloads): 469
 
Visit to Wurlitzer, A (Part II) (1950)
Tour of the Wurlitzer factory located at North Tonawanda, N.Y., showing the manufacture of ""coin-operated phonographs."" A color sequence introducing the factory and its surroundings is followed by a black-and-white...

Genre: Ephemeral
Keywords: Juke boxes; Manufacturing; Media: Phonograph;
Duration: 00:20:55
Popularity (downloads): 373
 

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