The audio curator at Edison National Historic Site rummages through the archives of the legendary Edison Laboratory of West Orange, New Jersey. Tune in for Edison cylinder and disc record rarities, many not heard since "the old man" himself stashed them away, featuring: Tin Pan Alley pop songs, ragtime, vaudeville comedy sketches, flapper dance bands, old-time country tunes, historic classical music, laboratory experiments and other artifacts - all dating from 1888 through 1929.
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January 23, 2007: Researching Cal Stewart and 'Uncle Josh' - Patrick Feaster interview, part 2
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|Cal Stewart||Uncle Josh in society||Brown wax cylinder 3899 - National Phono. Co.||c. 1898 - 1899|
|Patrick Feaster||Florence Stewart ; 1903 Columbia contract||Interview - part 1||2006|
|Cal Stewart and company (with Florence Stewart)||Evening time at Pumpkin Center||Columbia XP cylinder 32483||1904|
|Patrick Feaster||Creative process||Interview - part 2||2006|
|Andrew Keefe||Uncle Josh in a department store||Gold Moulded cylinder 9221||1906|
|Patrick Feaster||1911 Edison contract ; Royalties||Interview - part 3||2006|
|Cal Stewart||The three little owls and the naughty little mice & I'm old, but I'm awfully tough||Amberol cylinder 4M-993||1912|
|Patrick Feaster||Recording "star" ; Rossini Waugh||Interview - part 4||2006|
|Cal Stewart and company (Steve Porter, Billy Murray, John Young, Donald Chalmers, Ed Meeker)||Train time at Pun'kin Center||Diamond Disc 6841-A||1919|
|Patrick Feaster||Death ; Significance||Interview - part 5||2006|
|Cal Stewart||Uncle Josh and the honey bees||Diamond Disc 6848-C||1919|
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