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1946 - self-service booths in a music store, where records may be tried without disturbing other people

SELF SERVICE BOOTHS

E&MP 89.001

Music Recording

December 29, 1946

Self-service booths in a music store, where records may be tried without disturbing other people, are open stalls with ordinary phonograph disks for the records and telephone receivers for the listeners.

Only one person hears the record with the arrangement shown in the picture.


Original Caption by Science Service



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