Vol. 3, no. 1 of 'The Phonogram' magazine, published Jan. 1893.
A Phonographic Soiree Authors and Publishers A Wax Cylinder Bearing Tribute to the Phonograph Atlanta in Line Col. Robert G. Ingersoll and the Phonograph Every Man His Own Stenographer Election of Officers How the Phonograph Teaches Us to Pronounce How Long a Phonograph Will Last How Records Are Made Living Autograms New Start and Stop Device Offices of the North American Phonograph Co., Chicago Perpetual Advertising Phono Chat Points to Wage Earners Sioux City in the Lead The Phonograph in Literature The Usefulness of the Phonograph for the Blind The Educational Phonograph The Phonograph in Use by Actors Teachers Indorse the Phonograph The Phonograph Makes No Mistakes The Phonograph's Salutation to Henry M. Stanley United States Senators Use the Phonograph Views of a Stenographer What Leading Lawyers Say of the Phonograph
Please note, there are several magazines titled 'Phonogram'. This is the publication edited by Virginia H. McRae for the North American Phonograph Company between 1891 and 1893. A date/title index is forthcoming at the Media History Digital Library.
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