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Image of 2009.003 - Record, Phonograph

2009.003 - Record, Phonograph

Vinyl, Record album-33 1/3 rpm; "The Special Magic of Burl Ives", by Burl Ives, with jacket; record #MSM 35043. Songs include: Side A: A Little Bitty Tear; Pearly Shells; Don't Let Love Die; By the Light of the Silvery Moon; Down in the Valley; For Me and My Gal; Your Cheatin' Heart; Red Sails in the Sunset; I can't help it if I'm Still in Love With You; Side B: Blue Tail Fly; True Love Goes On and On; Heartaches By the Number; Oh How I Miss You Tonight; Ring of fFre; Scarlet Ribbons; Cold, Cold Heart; Green, Green Grass of Home; Drifting and Dreaming; Funny Way of Laughin'. 1881 MCA Records, Inc; Manufactured by: MCA Records, Inc; distributed by: Suffold Marketing, Inc.

Image of 2014.005.004 - Record, Phonograph

2014.005.004 - Record, Phonograph

Vinyl, LP Record album-33 1/3 rpm by "The Allies" was recorded in 1982. Carl Funk, son of Wallie Funk, wrote two songs for the album. Songs include: "Emma Peel", "Keep your Eyes on your Heart," "Cruel Beauty", "Hide in the City", "Lesson to Learn", "Brave New Love", "The Best Night of my Life", "Animal Attraction", "The Fanatic Rag", "Jack's Back", "Foreign Girls", "A Simple Memory", "Fire", and "High Wire." "Emma Peel" became a classic regional hit and was made into one of Seattle's first rock videos.

Image of WF 2562.A,B - desk, chair, Regina metal disc phonograph

WF 2562.A,B - desk, chair, Regina metal disc phonograph

This photo of old furniture was possibly taken for insurance purposes. Shown are a desk, chair, and Regina disc phonograph. Regina Company began in the late-1800s. Regina's business of making metal disc music players was short-lived due to Edison's invention of the phonograph in 1900. Regina then diversified and began making vacuum cleaners.