Go to CAPS Home Page
CAPS
History
Constitution
Executive
40th Anniversary
Meetings

Membership
Join CAPS
Renew
Directory

Publication
2017-2011
2010-2001
2000-1991
1990-1982
Article Index
Advertising
Purchase Issues

Music CD
Tracklist
Booklet
Purchase CD

Videos
Oliver Berliner

Reference
Links
Journals

Recorded Sound
in Canada
History
Berliner
Victor
RCA
Columbia
Brunswick
Compo

Support CAPS

Go to CAPS Home Page
Antique Phonograph News
Canadian Antique Phonograph Society


2009

2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001
Click on a highlighted title to read the complete article on-line
Click on a cover to view the complete issue as a PDF file (Free for CAPS members)
Non-members may purchase complete issues here
             Nov-Dec 2009

•  Canadian Antique Phonograph Project Update
by Keith Wright
•  Tracing the History of Your Phonograph
by Jennifer Mueller
•  Sophie Tucker: Origins of the Red Hot Mama (cd review)
by David Lennick
•  Gold-Plated Edison Opera
by Mark Caruana
•  Changing the Record - And Us
by John E. Rutherford

             Sep-Oct 2009

•  Unusual Machines
by Mark Caruana
•  Early American Record Piracy
by Allan Sutton and Kurt Nauck
•  Auction Highlights
by Mike Dicecco
•  "Nipper Building" - Rebirth and Centennial
by Keith Wright

             Jul-Aug 2009

•  The Psycho-Phone
by Mike Bryan
•  How My Train Jumped All 8 Tracks or Elvis Cool to Truck-Stop Cruel, Program 2
by Keith Wright
•  Gloria Gramophone
by Jean-Paul Agnard

             May-Jun 2009

•  Phonograph Related Photography
by Wayne Holznagel
•  Hip Pocket Phonograph and Records
by Mike Dicecco
•  Reproduction Enrico Caruso Cylinder
by Mark Caruana
•  Auction Highlights
by Mike Dicecco
•  My Master's Voice - A Poem
by John E. Rutherford

             Mar-Apr 2009

•  Finding It, Digging it Up and Presenting It
by Mike Bryan
•  Bettini's Bonus for Advertising
by Robert Feinstein
•  Edisons of Bayham
by Carol Judd
•  Auction Highlights
by Mike Dicecco
•  Edison Lab Note
by Mark Caruana

             Jan-Feb 2009

•  Phonographs, Antiques and Today’s Uncertain Economy
by Mike Dicecco
•  The Development of Chinese Records from the Qing Dynasty to 1918
by Du Jun Min
•  Auction Highlights
by Mike Dicecco