Why don't we all start a collaborative work so that each adds his scans
Michael Biel wrote:
> A VERY detailed work-in-progress study of classical microgroove labels
> is Labelography by Peter Fulop of Mikrokosmos. Details are available at
> http://mikrokosmos.com/labelography.html It is based on loose-leaf
> plastic sheets with cards that you insert which enables updating and
> expansion as more details are developed. Label variations are a major
> aspect of this project, with details that most overlook. The fact that
> this is expensive shows that it might be best to do projects like this
> on-line, but such a thing was not possible when Peter began this
> project, and I suppose that this is the reason he has not been
> proceeding as rapidly as he original envisioned.
> 78 labels are more covered in print with separate books on Victor by
> Michael Sherman and Columbia by Sherman Kurt Nauck, and American Record
> Labels and Companies (ARLIE) which is being revised by Allen Sutton and
> Kurt Nauck. Of course there are many on-line sites with hundreds of
> color label pictures.
> Mike Biel [log in to unmask]
> ------ Original Message --------
> From: Doug Henkle <[log in to unmask]>
> Has anyone ever published a comprehensive definitive book of label
> pictures/scans IN COLOR for LP's or 45's?
> I am working on my page,
> and plan to add 60+ more different Wisconsin based and other labels
> from my collection of Wisconsin artist 45's. I'm just curious if someone
> has ever published such a resource like this before. None of the books I
> own or have seen have large numbers of color pictures of labels.
> Doug Henkle - mailto:[log in to unmask]
> P.O. Box 1447, Oshkosh, WI 54903-1447