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?