Phonograph Exhibits, Displays & On-Line Collections

 

Phonographs Not in PhonoAvenue Museums

 

Four galleries with phonographs not in the museums of PhonoAvenue.

1) On-Line Phonograph Collections

2) Non-PhonoAvenue Museums, Exhibits and Displays

3) Temporary Phonograph Related Exhibits

4) Phono-Sightings (one-offs) observed by Friends of the Phonograph as part of another display (e.g., a phonograph in a 1920's period room).





 


 

On-Line Collections

 

GRAPHONOGRAM.COM

An on-line look at a small portion of a fascinating collection.

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René Rondeau's Antique Phonograph Pages

 

Rondeau's Tinfoil Phonographs 1878 - 1881

 

 

The Rondeau Collection Gallery

René Rondeau's "Ephemera" of the Tinfoil Era

Spring and Summer 1878 - Rondeau Collection

 

 

Summer 1878 - 1879 - Rondeau Collection

 

 

 

1879 - Rondeau Collection

 

 

 

 


 

 

Domenic DiBernardo Collection - Mr. Gramophone


 

 

 

 

 

Mario's Gramophone and Phonograph Museum

 



 

 

 

Montana Phonograph Company

 

 

 

 

 



Pascal Frioud Collection








Patrick DeCaluwe Collection

 




 

 

 

The Stan Stanford Collection




 

 


The Wilfried Sator Collection







 

PHONORAMA

Phonorama, the site dedicated to the cylinder phonograph and its inventors.

Source: www.phonorama.fr

 

 

 

 

Smithsonian National Museum of American History On-Line Collections Search - Phonograph

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 







PhonoExhibits and Displays Not in PhonoAvenue

The Legacy Exhibit

 

 

 

 

Dougherty Museum, Longmont, Colorado

 








Temporary Phonograph Related Exhibits

Vinyl Culture - Temporary Exhibit, Munich, Germany December 2008







Revolutions per Minute Exhibit - SFO Museum, Terminal 2 San Francisco Airport, October 2011 to August 2012 - Courtesy of the San Francisco Airport Commission ©2011

 






 

 

 

 










Phono-Sightings

Phonograph Sightings