American Recording Pioneers • Photo Feature

Ada Jones at Home


Related Articles:
A Prehistory of Ada Jones
The Ada Jones Blue Amberol Cylinderography

This remarkable series was taken on glass negatives c. 1919–1920 by George G. Bain,
presumably at Ada Jones' home on rural Long Island. Bain was a major supplier of
publicity photos to Victor, Columbia, and other record companies.
(G.G. Bain Collection, Library of Congress)

Adjusted scans ©2007 by Allan Sutton; all rights reserved.
Public-domain versions of these images may be obtained free of charge at the
Library of Congress website.

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