[Brown wax home recording of speech and singing by W. H. Greenhow, Eliza Case, Lillie Davies, Anna Davies, and John Davies Jr., Hornell, New York].
- Davies, Anna, Davies, Lillie, Case, Eliza, W. H. Greenhow, and Davies, John, Jr.
- Place of Publication:
- [United States],
- Issued Date:
- Personal recordings
W. H. Greenhow, Eliza Case, Lillie Davies, Anna Davies, and John Davies Jr..
Brown wax cylinder.
The David Giovannoni Collection of home cylinder recordings (William Henry Greenhow Collection, Set Number: 134-06, Originally acquired: Wayne show, October 2008).
Inscription on slip: "W. H. G. / Eliza / Olive &c."
W. H. Greenhow announces: "My sister, Eliza Case, of Racine Wisconsin visiting us here attended by daughter Lillie and the grandchildren. We'll now have two addresses from them as mementos of this visit." Woman speaks: "Eliza Alice Case visiting her brother Henry Greenhow with the family, with Lillie, having a very pleasant time." W. H. Greenhow: "Mrs. Lillie Davies of Racine will now speak a few words." She speaks and sings "Beautiful Golden Sometime." Then her children Anna Eliza Davies (b. 1894) and John Davis Jr. (b. 1891) perform in turn; he recites "The Night Wind." May have been recorded during the same 1902 visit as 134-5.
- Physical Description:
- 1 cylinder (ca. 2 min.) : 130.1 rpm ; 2 1/4 x 4 in.
- Audio musical
- Cylinder Audio Archive
- Library Location:
- Department of Special Research Collections
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- Copyright Holder:
- University of California (System). Regents
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