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Year of Release


Herbert L. Clarke and Leo Zimmerman.

Alice, where art thou?

8382: Edison Gold Moulded Record



Herbert L. Clarke and Leo Zimmerman.


9245: Edison Gold Moulded Record



Harry Stone.

Down deep in a cellar

[between 1893 and 1896]


Leo Zimmerman.

Leona polka

8507: Edison Gold Moulded Record



Herbert L. Clarke and Leo Zimmerman.

Robin Adair

9101: Edison Gold Moulded Record



Leo A. Zimmerman.

Sea shell concert waltz

8322: Edison Gold Moulded Record



Sodero's Band.

Slidus trombonus

2928: Edison Blue Amberol
4580: Edison Record



Gilmore's Band.

Then you'll remember me

1560: Columbia Phonograph Co.

[between 1896 and 1901]


Leo Zimmerman with Gilmore's Band.

Toreador song from "Carmen"

1574: Columbia Phonograph Co.



Scholl [?]

The vagabond

5606: Edison Record



Benjamin Klatzkin and Simone Mantia.

What mystery, why thus control

3717: Edison Blue Amberol
6188: Edison Record



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