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Recording Gallery

Available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 38 pictures in our Recording collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


CHARLES DAVID HERROLD (1875-1948). Known as 'Doc.' American radio broadcasting pioneer Featured Print

CHARLES DAVID HERROLD (1875-1948). Known as 'Doc.' American radio broadcasting pioneer

CHARLES DAVID HERROLD
(1875-1948). Known as 'Doc.' American radio broadcasting pioneer. Herrold standing in the doorway of his radio station in San Jose, California, while a disc jockey cranks a phonograph (foreground), c1913.

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1913, American, Apparatus, Broadcast, California, Carousel Collection, Chair, Charles, Crank, David, Disc, Doc, Doorway, Early, Employee, Herrold, Idea, Interior, Invention, Jockey, Men, Owner, Phonograph, Photograph, Pioneer, Radio Show, Radio Station, Recording, San Jose, Seated, Sport, Standing, Table, West, Work

BLACKFOOT AND PHONOGRAPH. Mountain Chief (Ninastoko), chief of the Blackfoot Native Featured Print

BLACKFOOT AND PHONOGRAPH. Mountain Chief (Ninastoko), chief of the Blackfoot Native

BLACKFOOT AND PHONOGRAPH.
Mountain Chief (Ninastoko), chief of the Blackfoot Native Americans of Montana, listening to a song on a phonograph and interpreting it in sign language to the ethnologist Frances Densmore, in Washington, D.C. Photographed in 1916.

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1916, American, Blackfoot, Blouse, Bow, Bow Tie, Box, Buckskin, Cabinet, Carousel Collection, Caucasian, Chair, Chief, Clothing, Communication, D C, Dc, Densmore, Drawer, Early, Ethnographer, Ethnography, Ethnologist, Feather, Franc, Frances, Headdress, Indian, Interior, Interpreter, Listening, Man, Montana, Mountain, Musicologist, Ninastoko, Northwest, Phonograph, Photograph, Recording, Seated, Sign, Song, Technology, Traditional, Translation, Translator, Washington, Watching, West, Woman

RUDOLPH VALENTINO (1895-1926). American (Italian-born) film actor. With his wife, the actress and costume designer Natacha Rambova (née Winifred Shaughnessy), in the 1920s. Featured Print

RUDOLPH VALENTINO (1895-1926). American (Italian-born) film actor. With his wife, the actress and costume designer Natacha Rambova (née Winifred Shaughnessy), in the 1920s.

RUDOLPH VALENTINO
(1895-1926). American (Italian-born) film actor. With his wife, the actress and costume designer Natacha Rambova (née Winifred Shaughnessy), in the 1920s.

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