Congratulations. This is an important project.
Have you ever found Volume 1?
I notice you are in PA. Are you near Eagle's Mear (sp?) where they were
published or, at least, edited? I once visited that place to find it was an
My original volume of these gives with July, 1907. You imply you have or
have access to the later issues. Is this so? I've seen one from about 1912
and that's about it.
Are you including the fold-outs?
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Subject: [ARSCLIST] "Columbia Record" magazine reprints
I have just completed reprinting the first four volumes of the Columbia
Record (1904 to 1907), and they're now available at
http://www.phonostalgia.com/columbiarecord. This is the rarest of the "big
three" trade publications (it was the "Edison Phonograph Monthly" and "The
Voice of the Victor" for Columbia dealers). If you're not familiar with the
Columbia Record (and this is your first time reading about this scarce
publication), you can learn more about it and view page samples and contents
at http://www.phonostalgia.com/columbiarecord/samples.html. They contain
news and new developments by Columbia, new record releases, bestselling
lists, artist and executive profiles, etc. If you have any questions feel
free to email me offlist at [log in to unmask] It's really a must
for any collector or sound reference library -- get these to go with your
new "360 Sound" book! -Ryan =