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" Letter-writing and all kinds of dictation without the aid of a stenographer; 2) Phonographic books which will speak to blind people without effort on their part; 3) The teaching of elocution; 4) The reproduction of music; 5) The Family Record... "
The Life and Inventions of Thomas Alva Edision - Page 128
by William Kennedy-Laurie Dickson, Antonia Dickson - 1894 - 362 pages
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The Contributor: Representing the Young Men's and Young Ladies ..., Volume 10

Mormons - 1889
...elocution. 4. Reproduction of music. 5. The "Family Record" — a registry of sayings, reminiscences, etc., by members of a family, in their own voices,...dying persons. 6. Music boxes and toys. 7. Clocks that announce in articulate speech the time for going home, going to meals, etc. 8. The preservation of...
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Proceedings of the Engineers' Society of Western Pennsylvania, Volumes 4-6

Assaying - 1888
...elocution. 4th. Reproduction of music. 5th. The ' Family Record,' a registry of sayings, reminiscences, etc., by members of a family in their own voices, and of the last words of dying persons. 6th. Music-boxes and toys. 7f h. Clocks that should announce in articulate speech the time for going...
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Thomas Alva Edison

Francis Rolt-Wheeler - Electrical engineers - 1915 - 201 pages
...elocution. "4. The reproduction of music. "5. The Family Record (a registry of sayings, reminiscences, etc., by members of a family, in their own voices),...announce, in articulate speech, the time for going home, time for meals, etc. "8. The preservation of languages by exact reproduction of the manner of pronouncing....
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Objects of Special Devotion: Fetishism in Popular Culture

Ray Broadus Browne - Social Science - 1982 - 364 pages
...elocution. 4. Reproduction of mus1c. 5. The "Family Record"— a register of sayings, reminiscences, etc., by members of a family in their own voices, and of the last words of dying persons. 6. Music-boxes and toys. 7. Clocks that should announce in articulate speech the time for going home,...
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Media, the Second God

Tony Schwartz - Social Science - 1983 - 169 pages
...members of a family in their own words, and of the last words of dying persons. Music boxes and toys. Clocks that should announce in articulate speech the time for going home, going to meals, etc. The preservation of languages by exact reproduction of the manner of pronouncing. Educational purposes...
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Repeated Takes: A Short History of Recording and Its Effects on Music

Michael Chanan - Music - 1995 - 204 pages
...elocution. 4. Reproduction of music. 5. The 'Family Record' - a registry of sayings, reminiscences, etc., by members of a family in their own voices, and of the last words of dying persons. 6. Music-boxes and toys. 7. Clocks that should announce in articulate speech the time for going home,...
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Late Modernism: Politics, Fiction, and the Arts between the World Wars

Tyrus Miller - Fiction - 1999 - 280 pages
...projected for the newly invented phonograph: "The 'Family Record' — a registry of sayings, reminiscences, etc., by members of a family in their own voices, and of the last words of dying persons." Edison, quoted in Michael Chaņan, Repeated Takes: A Short History of Recording and Its Effects on...
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The Sounds of Early Cinema

Richard Abel, Rick Altman - Performing Arts - 2001 - 327 pages
...proposed the newly invented phonograph as "The Family Record — a registry of sayings, reminiscences, etc., by members of a family in their own voices, and of the last words of dying persons.'"' Likewise, Georges Demeny described his Phonoscope as a technological improvement on the family album's...
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The Audible Past: Cultural Origins of Sound Reproduction

Jonathan Sterne - Music - 2003 - 450 pages
...record" — a registry of sayings, reminiscences, etc., by members of a family in their own voices, and the last words of dying persons. 6. Music boxes and toys. 7. Clocks that should announce in an articulate voice the time for going home, going to meals, etc. 8. The preservation of languages...
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Rethinking Media Change: The Aesthetics of Transition

...proposed the newly invented phonograph as: "The Family Record—a registry of sayings, reminiscences, etc., by members of a family in their own voices, and of the last words of dying persons."" 1 Georges Demeny, an important pioneer in the production of motion pictures, described his Phonoscope...
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