Without filling up this with links, you might look at just the one at:
The Wiki article has links to books, collectors group, et al.
There are or were a few among the ARSC membership who collected
these; but that could have been years ago in 1965 when I initiated the
meetings which led to ARSC incorporation and founding in 1966. I was
active as officer from start through 1972 (my wife died in 1970, and
while a bit active on committees, I finally left for a while in 82 and
again in 2006. I'm back now because I was asked to join a panel on ARSC
history at the 50th Anniversary in Bloomington...there were only four of
us there from those early days.
I don't know if the membership directory has a way to search for
keywords or not; if so, searching for picture records would bring up a
few members for contacting.
Also not everyone in ARSC is on the ARSCLIB list, maybe not even
ARSCLIST, so may not have seen your post.
On 8/31/2017 11:17 AM, Amber Kehoe wrote:
> Hello, my name is Amber Kehoe. I am a second year graduate fellow in the
> Winterthur/University of Delaware Program in Art Conservation (WUDPAC)
> specializing in photograph conservation and preventive conservation with a
> special interest in music and musician archives. I was introduced to this
> great group by Chuck Haddix, Martin Fisher, Heather Fox, and George Blood,
> so I'd like to give a special thanks to them for sharing this resource. I'm
> seeking information on "picture discs," so I was pleasantly surprised and
> excited that the first ARSCLIST thread I received was "Vinyl is not dead
> yet..." Interesting!
> Anyways, does anyone have insight or experience working with "picture
> discs"? Are there any scholarly sources or manufacturing information out
> there on this topic? I am going to be doing a technical study on these
> fascinating, composite recordings so I'm looking for examples in
> collections and also for sources (Ebay?) to purchase different types for
> I'd appreciate any suggestions and feedback. I'm looking forward to
> learning more from everyone.