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    The handwritten description on this wax phonograph cylinder's box reads "Hold Thou My Hand" sung by H. C. Wall just before Mama? Left for Milton? House 29?/5/03 previous to sailing for New York." and "2". 'H.C. Wall' refers to Henry Cromwell Wall (known as Cromwell Wall) (1866-1937) who made this recording. ...

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    The handwritten description on this wax phonograph cylinder's box reads "Old Southgate Church Bells pealing the new year (1904) in 12.30 mid night 1/1/04. / Taken by H.C. Wall from the Road. /Old Graphaphone [sic] speed 132. / New Graphaphone [sic] speed D2." The recording was made by Cromwell Wall (1866-1937) ...

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    cylinder; phonograph cylinder

    The handwritten description on this wax phonograph cylinder's box reads "Piano Solo played at Lyndale on 27/5/02 by Ellis at a Family Gathering 3 days before Pa, Ma, Louise & Ellis sailed for New York / at Lyndale, Parkhurst Rd., New Southgate." Ellis Walll was the sister of Cromwell Wall (1866-1937) ...

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    The handwritten description on this wax cylinder's box reads "Minstrel Boy" Key C. / Sung by Leslie Wilberforce Wall (age 7 1/2 years) in competition at Industrial Exhibition Grove Rd New Southgate Oct 22/1904 Gaining 1st prize. (Speed 1.E)". Leslie Wall was the second son of Cromwell Wall ...

  • cylinder; phonograph cylinder

    cylinder; phonograph cylinder

    The handwritten description on this wax cylinder's box reads "Minstrel Boy / Sung by Leslie Wall / Nov 15/1904 / Key C". Leslie Wall was the second son of Cromwell Wall (1866-1937) who made this recording. Cromwell is standing on the right of the attached photograph. Leslie is standing sixth ...

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    cylinder; phonograph cylinder

    The handwritten description on this wax phonograph cylinder's box reads "There is a Happy Land" /Speed 2A". The introduction on the recording itself says that it is sung by Gladys, Hilda, Oliver, Leslie and Hampden Wall on Sunday afternoon 14 June 1903. Gladys, Hilda, Oliver, Leslie and Hampden Wall were the ...

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