Library

The Society maintains a collection of reference books pertaining to recorded sound. Members in good standing are allowed to borrow them. Contact Club Librarian Alex Hartov for more information and borrowing guidelines.

– NESPRS Record – Club program presentation September 18, 2004 (Duplicate copy)
– NESPRS Record – Club program presentation September 18, 2004
– Bluebird numerical Series, 5000 thru 6383
– Champion Electrically Recorded Records Manufactured by Decca Records
– Gramophone and Grooves (BBC program)
– NESPRS 1993 Update on Membership and Library List
– NESPRS Membership Directory 1981
– NESPRS Membership Directory and Library List 1988
– NESPRS Membership List 1993
– “Record Research Magazine. Issues 100-104, 109-112, 113, 114”
– The talking machine world
– Phonographs & gramophones: A symposium organised by the Royal Scottish Museum in connection with the exhibition Phonographs and Gramophones and the centenary … Street, Edinburgh, on Saturday 2nd July 1977
– Assessing, Insuring and Disposing of Jazz Record Collections (Monograph / The International Association of Jazz Record Collectors)
– A Guide to Pseudonyms on American Recordings, 1892-1942
– Berliner Gramophone Records: American Issues, 1892-1900 (Discographies)
– Concise Biographical Dictionary of Singers, from the Beginning
– The almost complete 78 RPM record dating guide (II)
– “Historical Records (1898-1908, 09)”
– Look for the Dog: Illustrated Guide to Victor Talking Machines
– Look for the Dog: Illustrated Guide to Victor Talking Machines
– Voices of the past. Volume 1. The Gramophone Company Limited (HMV) English Catalogue
– Voices of the past. Volume 3. Dischi Fonotipia Including supplement (1958) and addenda (1964)
– “Little Wonder , Harper-Columbia Numerical Catalog Listing – First Draft”
– Opera on Record 2
– Edison: The Man And His Work
– History of NESPRS from October 21 1972 to August 24 1975
– Oxford and Silvertone Records. 1911-1918
– Enrico Caruso: His Life and Death
– Talking machines, 1877-1914: Some aspects of the early history of the gramophone (Science Museum, Books)
– Talking machines, 1877-1914: Some aspects of the early history of the gramophone (Science Museum, Books)
– Who’s Who of Jazz: Storyville to Swing Street
– 1925 CATALOG OF VICTOR RECORDS
– B G On the Record: A Bio-Discography of Benny Goodman
– The Iconography of Recorded Sound, 1886-1986: One Hundred Years of Commercial – – – – Entertainment and Collecting Opportunity
– The Record Collector
– Edison Blue Amberol Records (1912-1914)
– Edison Blue Amberol Records. Volume II (1915-1929)
– Encyclopedia of the Opera
– Moonlight serenade;: A bio-discography of the Glenn Miller civilian band
– The Edison cylinder phonographs: A detailed account of the entertainment models until 1929
– The Fabulous Phonograph from Edison to Stereo New and Revised Edition
– Blues & Gospel Records, 1902-1942
– The Talking Machine Industry, 1900-1930
– The golden age recorded. Second (revised) edition
– Reminiscing with Sissle and Blake
– The Complete Encyclopedia Of Popular Music And Jazz 1900–1950 Volume 1 Music Year By Year 1900–1950
– The Complete Encyclopedia Of Popular Music And Jazz 1900–1950 Volume 3 Biographies L Through Z
– The Complete Encyclopedia Of Popular Music And Jazz 1900–1950 Volume 4 Indexes & Appendices
– The Complete Encyclopedia of Popular Music and Jazz 1900-1950 Volume 2 Biographies a Through K
– Edison Cylinder Records 1889-1912 With an Illustrated History of the Phonograph
– Brunswick Records: A Discography of Recordings, 1916-1931<br> Volume 1: New York Sessions, 1916-1926 (Discographies)
– Brunswick Records: A Discography of Recordings, 1916-1931<br> Volume 2: New York Sessions, 1927-1931 (Discographies)
– Brunswick Records: A Discography of Recordings, 1916-1931<br> Volume 3: Chicago and Regional Sessions (Discographies)
– Brunswick Records: A Discography of Recordings, 1916-1931<br> Volume 4: Other Non– U.S. Recordings and Indexes (Discographies)
– The EMI collection
– The Columbia 13/14000-D Series: A Numerical Listing (Record Handbook No.1)
– Phonographs & gramophones: A commemorative catalogue of the exhibition held at the Royal Scottish Museum from 2nd July-2nd October 1977 to celebrate the … Thomas Edison’s invention of the phonograph
– Jazz on Record. 1917-1967. The Indispensable Guide to Recorded Jazz
– Country Music Records: A Discography, 1921-1942
– Jazz Records. 1897-1942. Volume 1 A-Kar
– Jazz Records. 1897-1942. Volume 2 Kar-Z
– The Victor Master Book Vol. 2 (1925-1936)
– The complete entertainment discography, from the mid-1890s to 1942
– The American Dance Band Discography 1917-1942. Volume 1. Irving Aaronson to Arthur Lance
– The American Dance Band Discography 1917-1942. Volume 2. Arthur Lance to Bob Zurke
– The paper dog: An illustrated guide to 78 R.P.M. Victor record labels, 1900-1958
– Note the notes: An illustrated history of the Columbia 78 rpm record label 1901-1958
– Collector’s Guide to Victor Records
– The Big Bands
– Glenn Miller & his Orchestra: the Story of America’s Most Unforgettable Bandleader
– Edison Phonograph Monthly. Volume 1. 1903-1904
– Edison Phonograph Monthly. Volume 4. 1906-1907
– Edison Phonograph Monthly. Volume 5. 1907-1908
– Edison Phonograph Monthly. Volume 6. 1908-1909
– Edison Phonograph Monthly. Volume 7. 1909
– Edison Phonograph Monthly. Volume 2. 1904-1905
– Lost Chords: White Musicians and their Contribution to Jazz, 1915-1945
– Bix: Man and Legend
– “Paramount 12000, 13000 series”
– From tinfoil to stereo. Evolution of the phonograph
– Charles Batchelor; Edison’s chief partner,
– Preservation and restoration of authenticity in sound recordings
– A Glimpse At The Past

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