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Aug 15

iPods of 1913 – Edison Disc and Columbia ads

The perfect present, Edison phonograph ads from December 8, 1913.

Music is something people have wanted to have around since the earliest times.
This store could set you up with phonographs that played discs or cylinders.
And if you got tired of the aerobic exercise turning the crank on the music box they sold violins, guitars, accordions and mandolins. My kind of store.
Guitars started about one sixth the price of the least expensive record player. Always cheaper to do it yourself.
Do you know the difference between an accordion and and an onion?
No one cries when you cut an accordion.
Badum bomp!
Thank you San Luis Obispo.

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