Memphis Cotton Carnival, 1960. Left-Right: R.T. Coon-Zone Manager- Buick Motor division, Mrs. Caroline Caldwell-Queen of Shelbi (Receptionist Buick Motor division, Memphis Zone Office), Louise Crump-Queen of Cotton Carnival, Frank M. Norfleet-King...
Referred to as 'The Company Leader' and 'Star of the Line', the 'Baby Console' was the hottest selling Edison disc phonograph. It featured a center flap lid and record storage area on either side of the motor compartment.
Referred to as "The Company Leader" and "Star of the Line" the "Baby Console" was the hottest selling Edison disc phonograph. It featured a center flap lid and record storage area on either side of the motor compartment.
Smith Co. (Miss.) ; Gibson, Virgil--Family.;farm life--Mississippi.
Virgil Gibson family farm; multiple views. Farm of 500 acres located midway between Mize and Taylorsville on Highway 20 in Smith Co. Smith Co. Agricultural agent Truitt Bufkin assisted with selection of farm family.
This gramophone served as an alarm clock during the 1930's. After winding the alarm clock and motor, setting the alarm to desired wake-up time, placing the needle on the record, the Gramophone would start playing the record at the...