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93/282/1 Booklet, 'Australian Artists Who Create Vocalion Records', paper, The Aeolian Company (Aust.) Ltd, Sydney, Australia, 1924-1930. Click to enlarge.

'Australian Artists Who Create Vocalion Records' booklet

Designed
Excellent support material for John Amadio flutes in the collection. Amadio was an international concert flautist of New Zealand origin before settling in Australia.

Summary

Object No.

93/282/1

Object Statement

Booklet, 'Australian Artists Who Create Vocalion Records', paper, The Aeolian Company (Aust.) Ltd, Sydney, Australia, 1924-1930

Physical Description

Booklet, 'Australian Artists Who Create Vocalion Records', paper, The Aeolian Company (Aust.) Ltd, Sydney, Australia, [1924-1930]
Booklet, staple bound, of twenty four pages with a light green front-cover framed in white. A catalogue of Vocalion records with artist biographies and photographs. Artists are: Evelyn Scotney, Gladys Moncrieff, Malcolm McEachern, Kitty Reidy, Horace Stevens, John Amadio, Clara Serena, Frederick Collier, Vera Thrush and Harold Gard, Billy Williams, and the Australian Newcastle Steel Works Band.

Marks

Publisher's details, bottom of page three, "The Aeolian Company / (Aust.) Ltd. / " followed by their addresses in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Newcastle.

Dimensions

Width

125 mm

Production

Notes

Aeolian Co Ltd is printed on booklet as publisher.

V S French & Co is printed on the book as the printer

Source

Credit Line

Source unknown

Acquisition Date

2 August 1993

Cite this Object

Harvard

'Australian Artists Who Create Vocalion Records' booklet 2021, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 19 January 2022, <https://ma.as/132941>

Wikipedia

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