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My apologies. This was not supposed to go to the list./

Gary

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Seth,

This may be one of the few worthwhile presentations at ARSC this year. 

Gary


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At the next ARSC Conference (online) on Thursday May 13, I'm co-presenting a talk about Edison's disc metal masters.  See the conference program abstract for more details:  http://www.arsc-audio.org/conference/2021/ARSC2021_Program.pdf

Jerry Fabris, Museum Curator
Thomas Edison National Historical Park
211 Main Street, West Orange, New Jersey 07052