scrapbook Inside cover reads: "Book C., February 1918." Scrapbook was probably compiled by Emile Berliner. Only excerpts have been digitized. Includes letters, pamphlets, and newspaper clippings related to milk pasteurization and health issues. The"m. & h." of the title might possibly refer to milk and health. [ca. 134] p. ; 31 cm. x 27 1/2 cm.
correspondence Written on American Bell Telephone Co. letterhead. Formerly in mylar sleeve labeled: "Documents #4, Emile Berliner's letters (7) to his brother Jacob in Hannover, January through Oct. 1882." Letter from Emile Berliner in Boston to Jacob Berliner. 6 p. ; 28 cm.
notes_and_papers Typescript. Letterhead is that of Bureau of Health Education, with Emile Berliner as secretary. The Bureau of Health Education complains that it has been denied the addresses of new mothers, and thus, cannot educate them in health matters. 1 leaf ; 28 cm.
Contributor:Sanders, Hannah B. (Mrs. Joseph Sanders) (Author)
correspondence Originally in mylar sleeve labeled: " Documents #3. Emile Berliner's letters (3) from Boston to his brother Jacob in Hannover. Jan and March 1881. Letter by Arnold Simon 22 Aug. 1881 for Emile while in Hannover." Letter from Emile Berliner to Jacob Berliner. 4 p. ; 20 cm.
book White label on spine : "Gramophone" handwritten. p. 209 Article by Lovell Reddie entitled: " The Gramophone and the mechanical reproduction of musical sounds." Orig. from Journal from the Royal Society of Arts, London, No.2894, vol. LVI, May 8, 1908 with illustrations furnished by Emile Berliner. Annual report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution : showing the operations, expenditures, and ...
correspondence Taken from mylar sleeve labeled : " Jacob Berliner's letters from France to his family in Hannover while in military service (Germany vs. France) Nove 1870- Dec.1870. Five letters and one army postcard." 3 p. ; 22 cm.
patent Copy 1. Patent states: "Joseph Berliner, of Hanover, Germany, assignor to Emile Berliner of Washington, District of Columbia. Diagram and specifications detailing Joseph Berliner's improvements in the use of superheaters with vulcanizers. 3 p. ; 28 cm.
correspondence Includes note from Cora Berliner in English on p.7-8. Formerly in mylar sleeve labeled: "Documents #4, Emile Berliner's letters (7) to his brother Jacob in Hannover, January through Oct. 1882." Letter from Emile Berliner in Boston to Jacob Berliner. Also includes note in English to Jacob from Cora Berliner. 8 p. ; 28 cm. (two folded pieces of paper)
article Reprinted with permission from Washingtonpost.Newsweek Interactive Company, The Washington Post and washingtonpost.com. Copyright 2002, Washingtonpost.Newsweek Interactive, The Washington Post and washingtonpost.com. All rights reserved. Web address for copyright owner: http://www.washingtonpost.com. Emile Berliner vows to challenge the District Medical Societies' attempt to stop the furnishing of daily birth record to the Bureau of Health Education which uses that information to distribute pamphlets on childrens' ...
patent Copy 1. "Emile Berliner, of Washington, District of Columbia, Assignor to United States Gramophone Company, of Washington, District of Columbia, a corporation of West Virginia." Diagrams and specification of Emile Berliner's improvements in the apparatus for producing sound-records. 4 p. ; 29 cm. (leaves loose)
pamphlet Emile Berliner listed as President, Jos. Auerbach listed as Secretary, Henry Adler listed as Treasurer. Company address: 1410 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington, D.C. Blank piece of paper with United States Gramophone Company letterhead. 1 leaf ; 26 cm.