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Further Reading

Anton, Julien. Henri Lioret: clockmaker and phonograph pioneer [Paris, France?: Phonogalerie?, 2006?] (English translation by Mark Yates, also available in the original French edition).

Brady, Erika. A spiral way : how the phonograph changed ethnography. Jackson, Miss.: University Press of Mississippi, 1999.

Deakins, Duane D. Comprehensive cylinder record index (5 vol) Stockton, CA, 1957-

Dethlefson, Ronald. Edison Blue Amberol recordings. (2 vol) Woodland Hills, CA: Stationery X-Press, 1997-1999.

Dethlefson, Ronald and George A. Copeland. Edison, Lambert concert records & Columbia Grand records and related phonographs: or, "the 5-inch cylinder book" Los Angeles, CA : Mulholland Press, 2004.

Edison phonograph monthly (1903-1916). Orange, N.J. National Phonograph Co. Reprint by Wendell Moore, 1976.

Fabrizio, Timothy C. and Paul, George F. The talking machine: An illustrated compendium, 1877-1929. Atglen, PA: Schiffer Pub., 1997.

Frow, George. Edison cylinder phonograph companion, 1877-1929. Woodland Hills, CA : Stationary X-Press, 1994.

Gibson, Gerald. Cylinder audio recordings: an annotated bibliography. Washington, DC, Library of Congress, Preservation Directorate, 1999.

Hughbanks, Leroy. Talking wax, or, the story of the phonograph: simply told for general readers. New York: Hobson Book Press, 1945.

Koenigsberg, Allen. Edison cylinder records, 1889-1912: with an illustrated history of the phonograph. 2nd ed. Brooklyn, N.Y.: APM Press, 1987.

Millard, A. J. America on record: A history of recorded sound. 2nd ed. New York, N.Y.: Cambridge University Press, 2005.

Nauck, Kurt R. and Allan Sutton. Indestructible and U-S everlasting cylinders: an illustrated history and cylinderography. Denver: Mainspring Press, 2011.

Rondeau, René. Tinfoil phonographs: the dawn of recorded sound. Corte Madera, CA. : R. Rondeau, 2001.

Schoenherr, Steve. Recording Technology History. http://www.aes.org/aeshc/docs/recording.technology.history/notes.html. Accessed 8/17/2012.

Shambarger, Peter. "Cylinder Records: An Overview." ARSC Journal. Volume 26, no. 2. Fall 1995.

Sutton, Allan. Edison Amberol cylinders: U.S. and foreign issues, 1908-1913. Denver: Mainspring Press, 2013.

Sutton, Allan. Edison Blue Amberol cylinders: U.S., special, and foreign issues (1912-1929). Denver: Mainspring Press, 2009.

Wile, Raymond R. "Cylinder Record Materials." ARSC Journal. Volume 26, no. 2. Fall 1995.

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