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Advertisement: Victor Records: the Benson Orch. of Chicago

Advertisement: Victor Records: the Benson Orch. of Chicago

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Summary

The Victor Talking Machine Company was an American flagship record company headquartered in Camden, New Jersey. In 1915, the "His Master's Voice" logo was rendered in immense circular leaded-glass windows in the tower of the Victrola factory building.

Chicago or: Chi-Town or Chitown, Chicagoland, The White City, City by the Lake, City of the Big Shoulders, City of Broad Shoulders, City of the Century, The 312, City on the Make, The City That Works, The Big Onion, City in a Garden, Hog-Butcher to the World, Beirut by the Lake, New York Done Right, Illville, I Will City, Paris on the Prairie, Sweet Home, Heart of America, The 773, The Alley Capital of America

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Date

01/01/1900
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Contributors

Bain News Service, publisher
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Source

Library of Congress
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