Dear Mason Vander -
this is superb. Thanks for sharing!
Am 16.12.2015 17:15, schrieb Mason Vander Lugt:
> Hi ARSC, I've been working for several years to get old record collectors'
> magazines online. So far, I've posted complete runs of Record Research,
> Victrola and 78 Journal, and 78 Quarterly. The files have been uploaded to
> Archive.org, but I've represented them more clearly (I hope) here -
> I'm currently working on Antique Phonograph Monthly and New Amberola
> Graphic. Allen Koenigsberg, editor of APM, has agreed to distribute scans if
> I can track down copies of each issue. I've got about 80% (Vol. 1-7), but
> still need Vol. 8-11 (the later volumes were fewer issues each). Please get
> in touch if you have these and would be willing to lend them to me for this
> project or send me scans. In the meantime, I've got an index here -
> I've got a bit more than half of the published issues of New Amberola
> Graphic online already. You can see which issues I do and don't have here -
> http://www.dinosaurdiscs.com/library/new-amberola-graphic. Again, please let
> me know if you can contribute.
> I thought I'd also mention a few other publications of this sort that are
> already online. The City of London Phonograph and Gramophone Society sell a
> CD of scans of Hillandale News on their site for £50 -
> http://www.clpgs.org.uk/misc.html. The Canadian Antique Phonograph Society
> offer back issues of Antique Phonograph News for free to members or sale to
> non-members: http://www.capsnews.org/apnpurchase.htm. The Antique Phonograph
> Society (previously 'CAPS' and 'MAPS') will begin offering back issues of
> The Sound Box in 2016, and will likely extend this to In The Groove soon after.
> I think I'll take on Talking Machine Review (UK, 1969-1996) if/when I
> complete APM & NAG. If anyone here knows who I might contact about
> permission, or has got copies or scans to contribute, please get in touch.
Dr. Rainer E. Lotz
53177 Bonn (Germany)