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Re: [ARSCLIST] European Archive Foundation

Actually,you could hear such a recording,soon after it
was discovered,if it were.The Edison National
Historical Site,has authorized WFMU to broadcast all
thier recordings for years.They call the show "Thomas
Edison's Attic",and it is broad/web/pod casted every
other week.WFMU has shows on thier site going back,to
2000,or 2001.
     Roger Kulp

--- Steven Barr <stevenc@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote   >
Interestingly enough...should some labourer, asked
> to move around
> some of the furniture at the Edison National
> Historic Site, discover
> a battered sheet of metial which, when closely
> examined, proves to
> play back a male voice reciting "Mary Had a Little
> Lamb"...
> It might take a court battle to legally decide that
> the artifact
> was officially Mr. Edison's first sound recording,
> and as such
> part of the archives under the control of the
> National Park Service,
> before we would be able to hear it!
> Steven C. Barr

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