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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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    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 "25/5/03 - Organ piece by HCW? [in D major?] / Taken in Baptist Chapel New Southgate". 'H.C. Wall' refers to Henry Cromwell Wall (known as Cromwell Wall) (1866-1937) who made this recording. Cromwell is standing on the right of the ...

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