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Online articles documenting the history of Canadian sound recordings
1878-1982 A Short History of the First 100 Years of Recorded Sound in Canada R. Dale McIntosh
1888 Lord Stanley and Edisonís Perfected Phonograph at the Toronto Industrial Exhibition, Part 1
Lord Stanley and Edisonís Perfected Phonograph at the Toronto Industrial Exhibition, Part 2
Arthur E. Zimmerman
1900-1904
1904-1919
1920-1924
1921-1931
The Canadian Connection - Part 1
The Canadian Connection - Part 2
The Canadian Connection - Part 3
The Canadian Connection - Part 4
Steven C. Barr
1900-1910
1909-1921
1924-1929
1929-1942
1942-1959
1932-1955
Berliner Brown Records
From Berliner to Victor
From Berliner, to Victor, to RCA
RCA Victor Through the 30's
The Rise, Decline and Fall of Victor 78's
Additions and corrections - Victor/Bluebird
Steven C. Barr
1933-1952 Label Types of Bluebird Records Colin J. Bray / Jack Litchfield
1904-1923
1923-1938
1934-1959
Hail, Columbia!
Columbia New process, Viva-tonal, and Royal Blue
Columbia ** The Reds Take Over!
Steven C. Barr
1914-1934 The Columbia Phonograph Company of Canada Brian Boyd
1921-1931 The Canadian Columbia Group of Labels Colin J. Bray / Jack Litchfield
1916-1943 Light Rays, Panatropes, Red Records - Brunswick and Vocalion Steven C. Barr
1916-1934 The Canadian Connection: Brunswick Records Brian Boyd
1919-1922
1923-1925
1925-1929
1929-1937
1940-1952
The History of the Compo Company - Part 1
The History of the Compo Company - Part 2
The History of the Compo Company - Part 3
The History of the Compo Company - Part 4
The History of the Compo Company - Part 5
Steven C. Barr
1914-1925 They Also Sold Records (Early Canadian Independent Labels) Steven C. Barr
1951-1955
1952-1954
The "Gavotte" Label - A Canadian 78 RPM Enterprise
"Songs of My People" - A Short-Lived Canadian Record Label
John E. Rutherford
1920-1939 Radio and the First Twenty Years of Electrical Sound Recording in Canada Bryan DeWalt
1922 Toronto Recording Artists On Radio, Part One
Toronto Recording Artists On Radio, Part Two
Arthur E. Zimmerman
1918-1923
1920-1924
1921-1930
1922-1939


1931-1935
Frank Oldfield, the McCormack of Baritones
The Elusive Gus Hill
Vera McLean - A Canadian Recording Artist of the Acoustic Era
Luigi Romanelli: Monarch of Melody, Part I
Luigi Romanelli: Monarch of Melody, Part II
Luigi Romanelli: Monarch of Melody, Part III
George Wade and His Cornhuskers, Part 1
George Wade and His Cornhuskers, Part 2
Arthur E. Zimmerman
1922-1930 Dance Bands From Canada: Producer's Notes Bill Pratt
1923-1930 The Billy Hall Story Jack Litchfield
1940-1952 The Happy Gang David Lennick
1950-1979 Edward B. Moogk: The Grand Old Man of Canadian Recorded Sound Paul Dodington