PhonoAvenue

A Virtual Street of Phonograph Related Museums

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Select a Museum gallery below or use the PhonoAvenue Table of Contents.
     

West Orange, NJ

Dover, NJ

Paris, France

     

Fort Meyers, FL

Edison's Menlo Park Lab, Dearborn, MI

 

   

Smithsonian National Museum of American History - Washington, D.C.

The Music House Museum Traverse City, MI

Museum of Sound Discovery

Saint-Fargeau, France

     

Museum of Automated Musical Instruments

Hyogo-ken, Japan

Gangneung, South Korea

Norsk Teknisk Museum, Oslo

     

Deutsches Phonomuseum, Baden-Württemberg, Germany

Kanazawa, Ishikawa Japan

Grammophonicum Museum, Bregenz, Austria

 

     

The Stagecoach Inn Museum, Newbury Park, CA

Edison Phonograph Museum, Mount Pleasant, TX

The Sanfilippo, Barrington, IL

     

Thomas Edison Butchertown House

Louisville, KY

The Edison Museum, Beaumont, TX

Museum Collection Moscow, Russia

     

Woodstock Music Festival Museum

Bethel, NY

Mississippi State University Library, MS

The Phonograph Museum

Lushunkou, Dalian China

     

The Riverdale Science Museum, Riverdale, USA

National Museum of African American Music

Nashville, TN

The Grammy's Museum, Los Angeles, CA

     

Phonopassion, Freiburg im Breisgau, Germany

For the record: Emil Berliner and the gramophone

A virtual exhibition by the Museumsstiftung Post und Telekommunikation.

Donley's Wild West Town, Union, IL

     

RCA Studio B, Nashville, TN

Dougherty Museum, Longmont, CO

 

 

 

 

 

 

1908 C. B. Haynes & Co., Richmond, Virginia

 

 

 

Edison Phonograph Records Sign (perhaps being sold out of the house), undivided postcard, Morgantown, PA, c. 1902

 

 

 

 

1908 Sterling, NY Post Office and Edison Phonoographs

 

 

 

Unknown Store frontage with Edison ad circa 1907

 

 

 

Thompson's RCA Victor Store, Eugene, Oregon c.1950s

 

 

 

 

Phonograph On-Line Collections

 

PhonoExhibits - Temporary Phonograph Exhibits

 

Phono-Sightings - Phonographs in non-phonograph specific displays (random sightings WIP)

 

 

 

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