This story originated with the Associated Press and spread over last
weekend to many websites. If anyone sees copies of the story IN PRINT,
I would appreciate a hard copy of the paper.
Other stories on the collection (which is being moved today (Tuesday)
and tomorrow--I hope to be there for several hours in NYC mid-day on
Syracuse Post Standard:
NY Daily News:
It's nice to know dad's legacy lives on.
On Jul 8, 2008, at 9:19 AM, Dave Nolan wrote:
> Huge trove of 78 rpm records donated to Syracuse U
> July 5, 2008, 3:55 AM EST
> SYRACUSE, N.Y. (AP) -- A vast collection of 78 rpm records — valued
> at $1
> million, weighing 50 tons and representing more than a half-century of
> American music history — is being donated to Syracuse University by
> estate of a prominent New York City record shop owner.
> The more than 200,000 records represented the entire inventory of
> Revisited," a landmark Manhattan store owned by Morton Savada, who
> died in
> February from lung cancer at age 85.