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His master"s voice was Eldridge R. Johnson

E. R. Fenimore Johnson

His master"s voice was Eldridge R. Johnson

a biography

by E. R. Fenimore Johnson

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Published by Johnson in [s. l.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Johnson, Eldridge Reeves, -- 1867-1945.,
  • Victor Talking Machine Company.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby E. R. Fenimore Johnson.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 179 p. :
    Number of Pages179
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22909998M

    - Diagram and specifications detailing Eldridge Johnson's improvements to the Talking - Machine: specification of Letter Patent No. ,, patented Ma Eldridge Johnson of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, assignor to Victor Talking Machine Company. Set Price 78 rpm Record Sale It's time to thin out my collection and am offering the following records for sale. There will be more to come as there are a few thousand duplicates/extras to go through. Please check back often. There will be classical, opera, dance bands, jazz, blues, pop, ethnic, albums and will range from teens into the 50s.

      Eldridge R. Johnson designed and manufactured a clockwork spring motor which helped establish F. Seamans National Gramophone Company of New York as a serious rival to the Phonograph and the Graphophone Companies. E.R. . Written by David R. Bernstein, Audiobook narrated by Heather Masters. Sign-in to download and listen to this audiobook today! First time visiting Audible? Get this book free when you sign up for a day Trial.

    Eldridge R. Johnson makes phonographs in his Camden, NJ, machine shop, registers the trademark "Victor." Marconi sends wireless signals two miles at Salisbury Plain, England. Frank L Capps develops a constant–speed spring–motor drive for phonographs. The discovery of gold in the Yukon leads to the Klondike gold rush. Berliner Gramophone – its discs identified with an etched-in "E. Berliner's Gramophone" as the logo – was the first (and for nearly ten years the only) disc record label in the world. Its records were played on Emile Berliner's invention, the Gramophone, which competed with the wax cylinder–playing phonographs that were more common in the s.


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His master"s voice was Eldridge R. Johnson by E. R. Fenimore Johnson Download PDF EPUB FB2

His Master's Voice Was Eldridge R. Johnson [E.R. Fenimore Johnson] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Second edition first was in Johnson was born in Delaware and lived there during the early part of his life. He went on to found the Victor Talking Machine Company.

viii5/5(1). His Master's Voice (HMV) was the unofficial name of a major British record label created in by The Gramophone Co.

Ltd. The phrase was first coined in the s as the title of a painting depicting a terrier-mix dog named Nipper listening to a wind-up disc the original painting, the dog is listening to a cylinder is a famous trademark in the recording industry. Buy His master's voice was Eldridge R. Johnson: A biography 2d ed by E.

Fenimore Johnson (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : E. Fenimore Johnson. HIS MASTER'S VOICE WAS ELDRIDGE R. JOHNSON - A Biography By E.R. Fenimore Johnson This wonderful and hard-to-find-book details the life of Eldridge Johnson, founder of the Victor Talking Machine Company as told by his son E.R.

Fenimore Johnson. The book not only explores the history and circumstances surrounding the birth of Victor, it also. A biography of Eldridge Johnson, His Master’s Voice Was Eldridge R. Johnson, describes how “by the spring of he was ripe for the picking by art dealers.” Not all of Johnson’s acquisitions were entirely satisfying, and Johnson may have let himself be conned by one unscrupulous Philadelphia dealer to whom he shelled out $75, for.

The Gramophone and Typewriter Ltd was registered on 10 December. Gramophone's talking machine manufacturer, Eldridge R. Johnson, was left with a large factory, thousands of talking machines and no records to play on them.

He filed suit in to be permitted to make records himself. He won, in spite of the negative verdict against Berliner. His Master’s Voice Was Eldridge R. Johnson By E.R. Fenimore Johnson pages, Hardcover Published by State Media, Inc. Though precious little about the Victor company is disclosed, this book (printed in a limited edition of copies) presents a good biography of Eldridge Johnson, his family, and some of the persons that surrounded him.

This phonograph was purchased at Lilly Estate Auction in the Charlotte, NC area about 12 years ago. It was sold to us as an antique, but it may be a reproduction. This beautiful phonograph is handcraf.

According to Victor Talking Machine Company CEO, Graham Alexander, former Moorestown, New Jersey resident Eldridge Johnson and his business partner Emile Berliner gave birth to the modern record industry when they founded the company he now runs.

Alexander referred to these two pioneers as the “Lennon and McCartney of the music industry. Columbia Master Book, Volume I, Tim Brooks, author.

There is a shrine, somewhere, to Thomas A. Edison and his “favorite invention,” the phonograph. 1 The Victor Talking Machine Company and its founder, Eldridge R Johnson, rate a museum in Delaware.

Thanks in no small part to that clever painting of a puzzled terrier peering into the horn of an old phonograph seeking “His Master’s. - The Victor Talking Machine Company was founded by Eldridge R.

Johnson and was headquarter in Camden, New Jersey. It was one of the leading phonograph companies in the world at the time. In September ofJohnson and a team of engineers designed a new line of phonographs with the turntable and amplifying horn tucked away inside a wooden cabinet.

The Forgotten Man of Music History: Eldridge n Recording pianists, gypsies and tenors in Leipzig, Budapest and Vienna Fred Gaisberg and side-kick William Sinkler Darby were sent from London to the Continent to make more recordings for the Gramophone Company in Posts about Columbia Graphophone Company written by Nipper.

This is the third extract from a wonderful book called “The Talking Machine Industry” written by Ogilvie Mitchell in covering the Pathe Freres Company. Oct 5, - Victor Victrola's. See more ideas about His masters voice, Phonograph and Antiques pins. Johnson, E. Fenimore.

His Master's Voice Was Eldridge R. Johnson, A Biography State Media, Inc. Milford, Delaware 8 page Johnson, Fenimore op. cit. 9 Rust, Brian Rust, Brian A. Brooks, Tim The Columbia Master Book Discography Greenwood Publishing Group ISBN: His Masters voice large store display 'Nipper' Dog by Old King Cole Papier-Mache Company of Canton, Ohio.

His Master's Voice (HMV) is a famous trademark in the music and recording industry and was the unofficial name of a major British record : Old King Cole. The company was founded by engineer Eldridge R. Johnson, who had previously made gramophones to play Emile Berliner's disc records.[1] After a series of legal wranglings between Berliner, Johnson and their former business partners, the two joined to form the Consolidated Talking Machine Co.

in order to combine the patents for the record with Johnson's patents improving its Rating: % positive. Gelatt, The Fabulous Phonograph, ; Johnson, His Master’s Voice Was Eldridge R.

Johnson, The other owners of Victor stock, including Emile Berliner, got a total of $12 million when the company was sold.” Return. Dodge obituary, New York Times, Aug. 10, ” Return. A world map from the late s duplicated in the biography His Master's Voice Was Eldridge R.

Johnson, written by son E.R. Fenimore Johnson, shows where Victor factories were located, and in the United States only Camden and Oakland are represented.

Johnson purchased the Scull Machine Shop in and renamed it the Eldridge R. Johnson Manufacturing Company. He continued to produce a variety of machines, including small steam motors and book binding machines, in addition to altering machines produced by other companies.

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R. Fenimore. His Master's Voice was Eldridge R. Johnson. State Media, Proceedings of the Alumni. "His Master's Voice (original Polish title: Głos Pana) is a science fiction novel on the 'message from space' theme written by Polish writer Stanisław Lem.

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