Phono-cylinders / edited [by] and from the collection of George A. Blacker.
Presents reissues of recordings, principally from Edison phonocylinders, with everything "from cornball comedy to military band selections to serious political speeches."
N[ew] Y[ork] C[ity] :
- Sound selections from "A country girl" (London Regimental Band)
- Daybreak at Calamity Farm (Len Spencer & Gilbert Girard)
- Tramp, tramp, tramp (Byron G. Harlan, Frank C. Stanley & chorus)
- Dream of the rarebit fiend (Edison Military Band)
- Immortality (excerpt from lecture "The prince of peace") (William Jennings Bryan)
- The village seamstress (Elene Foster)
- Kerry Mill's barn dance band
- The ragtime drummer (James Lent)
- I'm afraid to come home in the dark (Arthur Collins)
- Unlawful trusts (William Howard Taft)
- When I was 21 & you were sweet 16 (Walter Van Brunt)
- Hermit's bell overture (Maillart) (American Symphony Orchestra)
- Waiting at the church (Ada Jones)
- Rip Van Winkle meets Meenie (Joseph Jefferson).
- In the good old steam boat days (Murry K. Hill)
- That's where I come in (Edward M. Favor)
- Farmer & the businessman (Theodore Roosevelt)
- A confidential chat (Press Eldridge)
- Old Daddy Pegleg (New York Military Band)
- The girl who threw me down (Edward M. Favor & chorus)
- I used to be afraid to come home in the dark (Billy Murray)
- Laughing song (George W. Johnson)
- I've told his missus all about him (Helen Trix)
- The baseball girl (Miss Ray Cox)
- For you alone (U.S. Everlasting)
- Street piano medley (August Molinari)
- Mouse & the clock (Edison Concert Band)
- House cleaning time (Ada Jones & Len Spencer)
- B.P.O.E. (Elk's song) (Nat M. Wills).