in non-phonograph specific displays
This gallery features Phono-Sightings
where a phonograph is displayed as part of another display
(e.g., in a period room such as a 1930's living room). Phono-Sightings,
therefore, are random and serendipitous in how a phonograph and
other connections end up in this gallery.
Oak Victrola located in the
circa 1930's living room of the Bailey Cabin located in the Frisco,
1950's Radio-Phonograph in
the Niemoth Cabin, Frisco, Colorado's
Both the Bailey Cabin and the
Neimoth Cabin were originally located in Bill's Ranch, south of
Frisco. Used as a family summer home this cabin features a river-rock
fireplace and has many of the original furnishings.
Basel Toy World
Basel Toy World Museum consists of the "world's largest
collection of old teddy bears" and a variety of historical
dolls, shops, dollhouses, carousels and contemporary miniatures.
I visited this museum in 2011 and only saw one phonograph but
as a Friend of the Phonograph it was a delightful one-off
Cosmopolitan, 1908 -
For other "teddy bear" connections see "Teddy
Bears and the Phonograph"