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Number of hits: 5 Records    

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Performer(s)

Title

Issue Number/Label

Year of Release

1

Name of speaker not given.

I.C.S. English lesson.

9: I.C.S. English Language Record

[191-?]

2

Name of speaker not given.

I.C.S. English lesson.

14: I.C.S. English Language Record

[191-?]

3

Name of speaker not given.

I.C.S. English lesson

18: Edison Blue Amberol

[between 1912 and 1929]

4

Name of speaker not given.

I.C.S. English lesson.

29: I.C.S. English Language Record
30: I.C.S. English Language Record

[191-?]

5

Name of speaker not given.

I.C.S. English lesson.

21: I.C.S. English Language Record
22: I.C.S. English Language Record

[191-?]

 


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