the Edison Studios
blueprint plan of Edison's New York studio (5th Avenue & 29th Street),
October, 1928. Charles Edison's office and other adminstrative areas
were to the right (not shown).
Interior of Columbia
Street studio, West Orange, New Jersey, in 1914. The
later view inside the rebuilt Columbia Street studio, showing acoustic
Tenor John Young recording a cylinder
in the early 1900s, showing the cramped conditions and other concessions
necessitated by the acoustic recording process (note the horned Stroh
New York, in 1916. Cesare Sodero is the conductor.
(Edison National Historic Site)
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