Fwiw is, I assume, "for what it's worth." And PHP?
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ECR is shorthand for 'Edison Cylinder Records, 1889-1912.'
It contains over 10,000 cyls, among other things (2-min. brown wax, black
wax, 2", 5", 4-min wax, etc.); also the Wangemann Notebooks, day by day (on
site, from May 1889 on). Artist lists and chronologies too. Just a few
We recall, sadly, how Wangemann died, on his way to work at the Edison
fwiw, Wangemann is noted in PHP as having received two US patents, both in
In a message dated 2/12/2016 4:11:49 P.M. Eastern Standard Time,
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What is ECR?