Yes, I'd found that Jazz Record Center link. But the MLA citation
guidelines say that I need the city where the press is located, and a
good deal of Googling didn't find that. The page of the book reproduced
at the link doesn't include it. Also, it could be useful to contact Mr.
Wheeler -- hence I'm asking for the city where Millbrook Press is
located, and for any contact information for Geoffrey Wheeler that any
of you might have -- thanks in advance!
On 2/26/2013 6:06 AM, Rob DeLand wrote:
> Columbia Records - The History, by Geoffrey Wheeler $95.00
> Soft cover, spiral-bound
> Vol. 1 - 512 pgs., plus
> Vol. 2 - The Documents
> Geoffrey Wheeler, Publ.
> "Columbia Records, Pioneer in Recorded Sound, America's Oldest Record
> Company - 1886 to the Present", tells the true story behind the CBS
> takeover of Columbia Phonograph in 1939, with previously undisclosed
> documents, court records, contracts, financial reports, letters, patents,
> etc., to uncover deception, non-disclosure, and coverups that have been
> concealed from business partners, shareholders, the government, and the
> public for more than 70 years...
> On Tue, Feb 26, 2013 at 1:23 AM, Paul Stamler <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>> On 2/25/2013 9:31 AM, Michael Biel wrote:
>>> Unfortunately Geoffrey did not put page numbers on Volume 2: The
>>> Documents, but it happens to be the second group of items in that
>>> volume. The royalty info is in Section 8 of the document, pages 2 and 3
>>> of the document which is titled: "Summary of Western Electric Company,
>>> Inc. Contract of February 26th, 1925." It came with a cover letter to
>>> Mr. H.C. Cox, President, Columbia Phonograph Company. Inc. from G.E.
>>> Cullinan, General Sales Manager of Western Electric Company
>>> Incorporated, General Supply Department.
>>> The publisher of the book is Hillbrook Press.
>> One more question: do you have an address (or at least a city) for
>> Millbrook Press? Or contact information for Geoffrey Wheeler?