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Vol. 12, No. 1
November 1999

Mercurial Matters

Old and New Media

News of Members

Editorial: Seduced by a "First”

2000 in Munich

Nina Wormbs wins Robinson Prize

Information Networks and Urban Spaces

Book Review:
Science in Public

Lemelson Center Fellows Program

News of the Field:
Printing History on the Web

Audio History Library

Westinghouse Films from 1904

What can "Old Technologies" Teach us about Digital Culture?

Recent and Upcoming Conferences

Journal of Radio Studies

New Edition of Bibliography


Telephone Collectors International

SHOT Session Query: Mechanical to Electrical

A Victorian Internet?

Contact Us

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Audio History Library

The Audio History Library’s goals include establishing the chronology of the development of audio equipment as well as the development of audio as an industry. In addition, the Library intends to record the biographies of individuals and companies involved in that history and to facilitate education about audio equipment, the audio industry, and all aspects of sound recording and reproduction. It is collecting equipment literature and spec sheets, photographs, owners’ manuals, as well as schematics and service manuals. A museum with classic equipment is in the plans for the future. If you wish to contribute to the Audio History Library in any way—funds, materials, or services, contact Louis Manno, Director, 221 East 70th Street, #1979, New York, NY 10021-0050; 212/988-0642.