Wednesday’s Wisdom

R.S. Baker writes about the unbelievable true story of Charlie Carson and Russell Hunting, phonographic pioneers.  Together, they created saucy phonographs that were played in the NYC phonograph parlors of the 1890s–before they were arrested in 1896 for violating public decency with their risque recordings. 

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