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Adora — Adora Phonograph Company, 242 E. Jefferson Avenue, Detroit, Michigan. May 1920. Alethetone — Stevens Organ and Piano Company, Marietta, Ohio. April 1917.Ambassador — Ambassador Phonograph Co., Suite 300, 19 West Jackson Blvd., Chicago, Illinois. October 1921. C. John A. Woods and Son, 30 Church Street, New York. March 1918. Americanola — American Talking Machine Co., Bloomsberg, Pennsylvania. August 1920. Amerinola — Amerinola Company, 1 Vandalia Avenue, Cincinnati Ohio. January 1920. Angelus — Angelus Phonograph Co., 1249 Lexington Ave., New York City. August 1917. Arietta — Roundtree Corporation, Richmond, Virginia. July 1920. Armoniola — Thomas Manufacturing Company, Dayton, Ohio. November 1916.Arrow — Arrow Phonograph Corporation, 16 West 39th Street, New York City. February 1920. Art Craft Line — The Art Craft Company, Grand Rapids, Michigan. September 1918. Artofola — The Artofola Company, Springfield, Illinois. October 1916. Artophone — Artophone Company, 1113 Olive Street, St. Louis, Missouri. September 1916. Ashland — Ashland Manufacturing Company, 43rd and Hermitage Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. November 1916. Autophone — Autophone Co., 117 Cypress Ave., New York City, New York. February 1919 bB Baby — Garford Manufacturing Company, Elyria, Ohio. February 1919. Beacon — Beacon Phonograph Company, 248 Boylston Street, Boston, Massachusetts. January 1920 Belcanto — The Belcanto Co., 130 West 42nd Street, New York City, New York. March 1919. Blandin — Racine Phonograph Company, Inc., Racine, Wisconsin. July 1920.Blue Bird — Blue Bird Talking Machine Company, Los Angeles, California. November 1920.Bobolink — A.C. Gilbert Co., 460 Blatchley Avenue, New Haven, Connecticut. October 1921.Brendonne — Brendonne Corporation, 9 Central Ave., Newark, New Jersey. December 1920.Brooks — Brooks Manufacturing Company, Saginaw, Michigan. September 1916.Bush and Lane — Bush and Lane Piano Company, Holland, Michigan. September 1918.C Campbell — Campbell Industries, 36 State Street, Chicago, Illinois. July 1920.Cardinal — Cardinal Phonograph Company, Zanesville, Ohio. September 1919.Carmen — G. W. Huntley and Co., 25 East Lake Street, Chicago, Illinois. December 1920.Cathedral — Cathedral Phonograph Company, Omaha, Nebraska. July 1920.Cecilaphone — Bush and Lane Piano Company, Holland, Michigan. July 1918.Century — Century Cabinet Company, 25 West 45th Street, New York City. August 1917.Ceramiphone — Smith-Phillips Music Company, East Liverpool, Ohio. March 1920.Chamberlain Phonograph Needle Company – J. Harazin, St. Paul, MNCharmaphone — R. L. Kenyon Manufacturing Company, 39 West 32nd Street, New York City, New Yorkr 1918.Cheney — Cheney Talking Machine Co., 24 N. Wabash Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. March 1918. Chorister — Chorister Phonograph Co., 336 West 63rd Street, Chicago, Illinois. January 1920.Cirola — Cirola Phonograph Corporation, 1227 Germantown Avenue, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. May 1920.Classique — Classique Phonograph Corporation, 410 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. November 1917.Claxtonola — Brenard Manufacturing Company, Iowa City, Iowa. January 1919.Clayola — Bristol and Barber Co., Inc., 3 East 14th Street, New York City. November 1922.Cleartone — The Lucky 13 Phonograph Co., 3 East 12th Street, New York City. September 1917.Cleola — Tyrola Phonograph Company, Wilmette, Illinois. January 1920.Compatophone — The Sterno Manufacturing Company, Ltd., 19 City Road, London, England. October 1916.Concertola — World Phonograph Co., 218 S. Wabash Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. March 1917.Consola — Consolidated Talking Machine Company, 227 West Lake Street, Chicago, Illinois. November 1917.Cowan — The Classique Phonograph Corporation, 401 N. Lincoln Street, Chicago, Illinois. October 1917.Crafts — A. J. Crafts Piano Company, Richmond, Virginia. January 1920.Cremonia — Cremonia Phonograph Company, 14 Wall Street, New York City. April 1919.Crescent — Crescent Talking Machine Company, 89 Chambers Street, New York City, New York. August 1916.Crippen — The Crippen Company, Inc., 427 5th Avenue, New York City. January 1920.Crosley — Crosley Phonograph Co., 1 Vandalia Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio. February 1920.Crystola — Crystola Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. August 1917. (Has crystal tone chamber.)Culptone — Culp Phonograph Company, 240 Broadway, New York City, New York. October 1918.DDalion — Milwaukee Talking Machine Manufacturing Company, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. January 1920.Davenola — Davenport Cabinet Works, 829 W. 2nd Street, Davenport, Iowa. November 1919.Deca-Disc — Deca-Disc Phonograph Co., Waynesboro, Pennsylvania. March 1922.Delpheon — The Delpheon Co., 810 Boutell Place, Bay City, Michigan. September 1916.Deterling — Deterling Manufacturing Company, Tipton, Indiana. March 1920.Diamond — Diamond Products Corporation, 25 West 43rd Street, New York City. June 1922.Dolce-Tone — Reed, Dawson, and Co., 6 West Park Street, Newark, New Jersey. October 1917.Domestic — Domestic Talking Machine Corporation, 33rd and Arch Streets, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 1916.Dulciphone — Grand Talking Machine Company, 366 Adam Street, Brooklyn, New York. February 1917.Dulcitone — Cable-Nelson Piano Co., Republic Building, Chicago, Illinois. February 1919.Dusonto — The Belcanto Company, Inc., 130 West 42nd Street, New York City. January 1920.E Eclipse — Eclipse Phonograph Co., 51 Law-rence Street, Newark, New Jersey. March 1917. Edmondson — Edmondson Phonograph Company, 16 Washington Avenue, Irvington, New Jersey. 1916. Electric — Electric Phonograph Company, Kalamazoo, Michigan. September 1920. Elmbro — Elmbro Talking Machine Company, St. Paul, Minnesota. April 1918. Embrola — Embrola Talking Machine Co., Department A, St. Paul, Minnesota. January 1918. Emerson — Emerson Phonograph Company, Inc., 206 Fifth Avenue, New York City, New York. April 1920 Empire — Empire Talking Machine Company, 429 South Wabash Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. September 1916. Eubanola — Ramos-Eubank Phonograph Manufacturing Company, Richmond, Virginia. March 1919. Eufonola — Acme Cabinet Company, 116 W. 32nd Street, New York City. November 1916. Excel — Excel Cabinet Co., 136 West 23rd Street, New York City, New York. February 1920 Favorite — Favorite Talking Machine Co., 438 Broadway, New York City. September 1916. Favorola — Bon-Ton Manufacturing Co., 211 S. Broadway, St. Louis, Missouri. October 1920. Fern-O-Grand — Fern-O-Grand Co., 212 West Central Parkway, Cincinnati, Ohio. March 1920. Firestone — Firestone Phonograph Co., 59 East van Buren Street, Chicago, Illinois. April 1919. Fischer — J. and C. Fischer, Inc., 417 West 28th Street, New York City. March 1922. Flemish — Lynn Phonograph Company, 37th Street, Brooklyn, New York. August 1916. Fraad — Fraad Talking Machine Company, Inc., 225 Lexington Avenue, New York City, New York. October 1916. Franklin — Franklin Phonograph Company, 10th and Columbia Avenues, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 1920. Fullertone — Fullertone Phonograph Products, Incorporated. January 1922. Fulton — Fulton-Alden Company, Inc., Waukegan, Illinois. November 1917 G Gabelola — Gabel's Entertainer Company, 210 North Ann St., Chicago, Illinois. December 1917. Garford — The Garford Manufacturing Company, Elyria, Ohio. February 1919. General — General Phonograph Manufacturing Company, Elyria, Ohio. November 1921. Granby — Granby Phonograph Corporation, Levy Building, Newport News, Virginia. December 1921. Grande — Grande Phonograph Company, 25 West Lake St., Chicago, Illinois. September 1920. H Hallet and Davis — Hallet and Davis Company, Boston, Massachusetts. April 1922. Harmonia — Harmonia Talking Machine Company, 47 West 34th Street, New York City, New York. June 1920. Harmonola — The Harmonola Company, 1611 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. October 1916. Harponola — The Celina Furniture Company, 101 Mercelina Park, Celina, Ohio. November 1917. Harpvola — Harpvola Talking Machine Co., Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. November 1916. Harrolla — King Talking Machine Company, 11 West 25th St., New York City. January 1917. Hawthorn — Southern California Hardwood & Manuf Company, 1430 South Alameda., Los Angeles, CA 1918. Hayne'ola — Hayne'ola Phonograph Corporation, Ottawa, Illinois. January 1917. Heintzman — Gerhard Heintzman Ltd., Sherborne St., Toronto, Canada. September 1919. Heywood-Wakefield — Heywood Brothers and Wakefield Company, Gardner and Wakefield, Massachusetts. 1920. Hexaphone — The Regina Company, 47 West 34th Street, New York City. February 1917. Hiawatha — Hiawatha-Ottawa Pianophone Company, Ottawa, Illinois. May 1917. Hoffay — Hoffay Talking Machine Company, 3 West 29th St., New York City. February 1919. Humanatone — Humanatone Talking Machine Company, 254 North 10th Street, Brooklyn, New York. 1917. Humanola — Humanola Talking Machine Company, Meyersdale, Pennsylvania. August 1917. I Ideal — United Talking Machine Company, 178 Emmet St., Newark, New Jersey. March 1917. Imperial — Imperial Talking Machine Company, 9 Vandever Avenue Wilmington, Delaware. January 1917. Independent — Independent Talking Machine Company, Inc., 12 East 42nd Street, New York City, New York 1919.International — International Talking Machine Company, 1719 West Van Buren Street, Chicago, Illinois. 1916. Interpretone — Crippen Company, New York City, New York. April 1920.Jewett — Jewett Phonograph Company, 958 Penobscot Building, Detroit, Michigan. July 1921. Kamp-Fone — Kamp-Fone Health Builders, Inc., 334 5th Avenue, New York City, New York. April 1923. Kiddiephone — The Wilkins Toy Company, Keene, New Hampshire. January 1917. Kimball — W. W. Kimball Company, Kimball Building, Chicago, Illinois. May 1920. Ko-Hi-Ola — Koehler and Hinrichs, St. Paul, Minnesota. November 1916. Koch-O-Phone — Ands Koch, 296 Broadway, New York City, New York. May 1917. Lakeside — Lakeside Supply Company, 416 South Dearborn St., Chicago, Illinois. April 1920.Lampograph — Frank H. Feraud, 1911 State Street, Granite City, Illinois. December 1918. L'Artiste — Grand Rapids Phonograph Company, 1400 Front Avenue, Grand Rapids, Michigan. May 1919. Lauzon — Michigan Phonograph Company, 705 Ashton Building, Grand Rapids, Michigan. February 1919. Lawson — Lawson Piano Company, 372 East 149th Street, New York City. January 1920. Liberty — Liberty Phonograph Co., 313 Wilmac Building, Minneapolis, Minnesota. June 1918. Librola — Seaburg Manufacturing Company, Jamestown, New York. April 1920. Linerphone — Linerphone Talking Machine Company, 1801 Nebraska Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. October 1918. Lone-Star — Texas Talking Machine Company, Dallas, Texas. November 1921. Lorophone — Lorimer-Hicks Manufacturing Company, Republic Building, Chicago, Illinois. February 1917. Ludlow — A.J. Crafts Piano Company, 218 N. 2nd Street, Richmond, Virginia. November 1919. Lynertone — Lynertone Talking Machine Co., 18 West 20th St., New York City. October 1919. Lyradion — Lyradion Sales and Engineering Company, Mishawaka, Indiana. Lyreola — Lyre-Ola Manufacturing Company, 1504 Pine Street, St. Louis, Missouri. April 1920. Lyrian — Lyrian Phonograph Company, 621 Main Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. November 1916. Maestro — Lanski Company, 1414 South Wabash Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. April 1920. Maestrola — Sound Reproduction Company, Inc., 56 Liberty Street, New York City, New York. September 1916. Mag-Ni-Phone — Charles W. Shonk Company, 707 St. Charles Street, Maywood, Illinois. October 1916. Magnola — Magnola Talking Machine Company, 711 Milwauke Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. September 1916. Majestic — Majestic Phonograph Company, McClure Building, 218 South Wabash Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. 1916. Mandel — Mandel Manufacturing Company, 501 Laflin Street, Chicago, Illinois. August 1916.Manophone — James Manoil Company, Inc., 60 Broadway, New York City. August 1916. Marvelon — Marvelon Phonograph Co., 508 Arcade Building, St. Louis, Missouri. March 1920. Marveola — Weser Brothers, 524 West 23rd Street, New York City, New York. January 1920. Mascot — Mascot Talking Machine Company, 66 West 37th Street, New York City. August 1916. Mastertone — Iroquois Sales Corporation, 10 N. Division St., Buffalo, New York. March 1920. Mellowtone — Melophone Talking Machine Company, 376 Lafayette Street, New York City, New York 1916. Melodia — Melodia Phonograph Co., 400 N. Sangamon Street, Chicago, Illinois. February 1920. Melodograph — Melodograph Corporation, 142 W. 14th St., New York City. November 1916. Melody — Melody National Sales Co., 190 N. State Street, Chicago, Illinois. 1922. Melophone — Melophone Talking Machine Company, 376 Lafayette Street, New York City, New York. 1916.Meteor — Meteor Motor Car Company, Piqua, Ohio. May 1917.Metro — Metro Phonograph Company, 55 Vesey Street, New York City. September 1919.Metrophone — Franz Bruckner Manufacturing Company, 405 Broadway, New York City, New York. 1916.Mockingbird — Edwin M. Wright, Manteno, Illinois. January 1920.Modernola — Modernola Company, Johnstown, Pennsylvania. January 1920.Morenus — Morenus Piano Co., 341 West Superior Street, Chicago, Illinois. February 1918.Mozart — Mozart Talking Machine Co., 1432 N. 20th Street, St. Louis, Missouri. October 1916.Munola — The Munzer Manufacturing Corporation, 307 South 6th Avenue, Minneapolis, Minnesota. 1917.Musicola — Musicola Talking Machine Company, 242 Knickerbocker Avenue, Brooklyn, New York. March 1920.Mutual — Mutual Talking Machine Company, Inc., 145 West 45th Street, New York City, New York. August 1916.National Bluebird — National Talking Machine Company, 118 East 28th Street, New York City 1916.Natural Voice — Natural Voice Phonograph Company, Oneida, New York. January 1920.Newman Brothers — Newman Brothers Company, 410 South Michigan Blvd., Chicago, Illinois. April 1920.Nightingale — Nightingale Manufacturing Company, 422 North Armour Street, Chicago, Illinois. June 1918.Olympian — Cole and Dunas Music Co., 54 West Lake Street, Chicago, Illinois. January 1920.Onken — Oscar Onken Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. January 1920.Operollo — Operollo Phonograph Company, Inc., 420 Lightner Building, Detroit, Michigan. March 1917.Oranola — Perfection Talking Machine Company, Inc., 129 De Graw Street, Brooklyn, New York. August 1919.Oriola — Metropolis Sales Company, 27 Union Square, New York City, New York. April 1917.Oro-Tone — The Oro-Tone Company, 1000 George Street, Chicago, Illinois. June 1922.Orsenigo — Orsenigo Company, Inc., 110 West 42nd Street, New York City. February 1922.Oxford — The Mundler Corporation, 1123 Broadway, New York City. December 1920.Pal — Plaza Music Company, 18 West 20th Street, New York City, New York. June 1922.Paramount — Paramount Talking Machine Company, Port Washington, Wisconsin. February 1920.Peerless — Republic Phonograph Co., 18 E. Jackson Blvd., Chicago, Illinois. February 1917.Perfectrola — Milwaukee Talking Machine Manufacturing Company, 416 4th Street, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 1918.Phoenix — Phoenix Phonograph Company, 2504 West van Buren Street, Chicago, Illinois. August 1919.Phon d'Amor — Fritzsch Phonograph Co., 228 W. 7th St., Cincinnati, Ohio. November 1917.Phono-Grand — J.P. Seeburg Piano Company, Republic Building, Chicago, Illinois. November 1917.Phonographic Table — Phonographic Table Co., 25 W. 32nd St., New York City. March 1917.Phonola — Caloric Sales Company, 1381 Continental and Commercial Bank Building, Chicago, Illinois. October 1916.Phonolamp — Electric Phonograph Company, 29 West 34th Street, New York City. August 1916.Piknik — Piknik Portable Phonograph, Inc., Lakewood, New Jersey. November 1920.Playerphone — Playerphone Talking Machine Company, 802 Republic Building, Chicago, Illinois. August 1916.Player-Tone — Player Tone Talking Machine Company, 967 Liberty Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. March 1920.Playonola — Playonola Talking Machine Co., 1210 3rd St., Milwaukee, Wisconsin. May 1920.Plymouth — Plymouth Phonograph Co., Plymouth, Wisconsin. June 1921.Pooley — Pooley Furniture Company, Inc., 16th Street and Indiana Avenue, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. June 1916.Portola — Portable Phonograph Co., Reserve Bank Building, Kansas City, Missouri. February 1920.Portophone — The Tri Sales Co., 616 Victoria Building, St. Louis, Missouri. December 1920.Premier — Premier Cabinet Company, Williamsport, Pennsylvania. August 1916.Prima-Donna — General Sales Corporation, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. May 1920.Puritan — United Phonographs Corporation, Sheboygan, Wisconsin. April 1918.Qualitiphone — Qualitiphone Sales Corporation, 17 East 42nd Street, New York City, New York. March 1922.Ramosola — Ramos-Eubank Phonograph Manufacturing Company, Richmond, Virginia. March 1919.Re-Call — The Huss Brothers Phonograph and Piano Company, 6 West Canal Blvd., Cincinnati, Ohio. January 1920.Recordion — Columbia Mantel Company, Leonard and Devoe Streets, Brooklyn, New York. November 1916.Recruit — Thornell-Manton, The Havermeyer Building at Courtland, Church, and Day Streets, New York City 1918.Reginaphone — The Regina Company, 47 W. 34th Street, New York City, New York. May 1918.Remington — Remington Phonograph Corporation, 1662 Broadway, New York City, New York. June 1920.Republic — Republic Phonograph Co., 18 East Jackson Blvd., Chicago, Illinois. February 1917.Retola — Ausonia Reed Furniture Company, 844 Gerard Avenue, New York City, New York. October 1920.Rishell — Rishell Phonograph Company, Williamsport, Pennsylvania. September 1916.Riviera — Riviera Talking Machine Company, 848 Eastman Street, Chicago, Illinois. March 1919.Robinola — Robinola Talking Machine Co., 119 E. 5th Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. June 1917.Robinson — Robinson Phonograph Corporation, 2702 South Alameda Street, Los Angeles, California. August 1921.Ross — Ross Talking Machine Company, 22nd Street and Glenwood Avenue, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 1920Royal — Royal Phonograph Co., Inc., 606 Courtland Ave., New York City. November 1919.Savoy — Savoy Gramophone Company, 530 Cherry Street, New York City. September 1916.Saxola — Sachs and Company, 425 South Wabash Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. May 1919.Schubert — Bell Talking Machine Corporation, 1 West 139th Street, New York City, New York. August 1917.Shell-O-Phone — Shell-O-Phone Talking Machine Company, North American Building, Chicago, Illinois. 1918.Silvertone — Crescent Talking Machine Company, 89 Chamber Street, New York City, New York. February 1917.Singaphone — Singaphone Talking Machine Company, Inc., 32 Union Square, New York City, New York 1917Singerphone — The Singerphone Company, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. June 1920.Solophone — The Solophone Co., 306 Sussex Street, Harrison, New Jersey. October 1916.Solotone — Solotone Talking Machines, Lititz, Pennsylvania. February 1919.Sonata — Kesner and Jerlaw, 41 West 34th Street, New York City, New York. February 1920.Sona-Tone — Sona-Tone Phonograph Inc., 110 West 40th Street, New York City. July 1919.Spraytone — C.D.M. Trading Company, 109 Lafayette Street, New York City. May 1922.Starr — Starr Piano Co., Richmond, Indiana. October 1916.Steger — Steger and Sons Piano Manufacturing Company, Wabash and Jackson Streets, Chicago, Illinois 1919.Steinburn — Stein-Burn Corporation, Heyworth Building, Madison and Wabash, Chicago, Illinois. July 1919.Steinola — The Steinola Co., 1221 West Lake Street, Chicago, Illinois. February 1917.Sterling — Sterling Phonograph Co., 285 N. 6th Street, Brooklyn, New York. October 1917.Stewart — Stewart Phonograph Corporation, 2827 Lincoln Street, Chicago, Illinois. November 1916.Stodart — Stodart Phonograph Company, 100 Southern Blvd, New York City. June 1919.Stradivara — The Compton-Price Company, Coshocton, Ohio. September 1916Strand — Manufacturers Phonograph Co., New York City, New York. November 1921.Strickler — Strickler Manufacturing Company, 434 West Chicago Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. September 1919.Supertone — Supertone Talking Machine Co., 10 West 20th Street, New York City. August 1916.Supreme — Superior Phonograph Co., 320 S. Wabash Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. January 1920.Swanson — Swanson Sales Company, 308 W. Ontario Street, Chicago, Illinois. October 1922.Tablatone — DeRivas and Harris Manufacturing Company, 135th Street at Willow Avenue, New York City 1919.Tel-O-Tone — Western News Company, 21 East Austin Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. August 1918.The Lucky 13 — The Lucky 13 Phonograph Company, 3 East 12th Street, New York City, New York. September 1916.Tiffany — Tiffany Phonograph Sales Co., 1404 East 9th St., Cleveland, Ohio. October 1921.Ton-O-Graf — Ton-O-Graf Corporation, 112 East South Water Street, Chicago, Illinois. October 1917.Tonkola — William Tonk and Brother, 36th Street at 10th Ave., New York City. March 1918.Tonola — Tonola Phonograph Company, 11 South 7th Street, Minneapolis, Minnesota. May 1917.Toyphone — Toyphone and Woodware Manufacturers, Inc., 130 West 18th Street, New York City 1917.Triton — Triton Phonograph Co., 137 Fifth Avenue, New York. November 1916.United — United Talking Machine Co., 178 Emmet St., Newark, New Jersey. November 1916.Usona — Usona Talking Machine Company, 1977 Ogden Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. July 1919.Valuphone — Wizard Phonograph Co., Inc., 1977 Ogden Ave., Chicago, Illinois. March 1922.Vanophone — Garfield Manufacturing Co., Elyria, Ohio. August 1918.Venus Belle — Venus Company, 717 South Wells Street, Chicago Illinois. March 1920.Verdiola — Illinois Talking Machine Co., 56 West Washington St., Chicago, Illinois. July 1918.Veritone — Veritone Talking Machine Co., 145 West 45th St., New York City. August 1918.Virginia — W. P. Mertens Co., 107 W. Main Street, Charlottesville, Virginia. October 1919.Virtuoso — Republic Phonograph Co., 18 East Jackson Blvd., Chicago, Illinois. January 1917.Vista — Vista Talking Machine Company, The Wisconsin Chair Company, Port Washington, Wisconsin1919.Vit — The Vit Talking Machine Company, 123 West Madison Street, Suite 412, Chicago, Illinois. March 1920.Vitanola — Vitanola Talking Machine Company, 208 South Wabash Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. November 1916.Waddell — The Music Table Company, Greenfield, Ohio. April 1920.Waderola — Wade Talking Machine Company, 12 North Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. March 1920.Watrola — Wartell Phonograph Company, 178 West Randolph Street, Chicago, Illinois. October 1919.Wegman — Wegman Talking Machine Company, 47 S. Clinton Avenue, Rochester, New York. October 1918.Weser — Weser Brothers, Inc., 520 West 43rd Street, New York City, New York. August 1917.Westrola — The Wesley Company, Chicago, Illinois. June 1920.Widdicomb — Widdicomb Furniture Company, Grand Rapids, Michigan. December 1917.Wilson — Thomas E. Wilson and Company, Chicago, Illinois. October 1917.Windsor — The Windsor Furniture Co., 1420 Carroll Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. October 1918.Wolf — Wolf Manufacturing Industries, Quincy, Illinois. October 1921.Wonder — Wonder Talking Machine Co., 113 4th Avenue, New York City. November 1916.World — World Phonograph Co., 218 South Wabash Ave., Chicago, Illinois. September 1917.Xeniaphone — Davison Furniture Company, 372 Texas Ave. St. Louis Park, MN 1922Yale — Davis Sales and Manufacturing Company, 763 State Stre