Jukeboxes, 1900-1992 : Obscure, Mysterious and Innovative American Jukeboxes
This pictorial history, with many original ads, highlights the evolution of the jukeboxes from the he 1890s coin-operated edison record players (Earphone, Hexaphone and Multiphone, up to the 45 sped record players of the 1940s. Featured are the Mills music machines plus a host of other little known manufacturers. Omitted are the more common manufacturers. It is currently out of print.
- Dewey Decimal: 621.38933
- Physical Description: 9.5"x11.5"x0.8"; 1.8 lb; 1 pages
- Edition Info: Plastic Comb; 1992-06
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