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Object ID # 1972.084.001
Object Name Phonograph
Title ULTONA Phonograph (1919)
Lexicon category 6: T&E For Communication
Date 1919
Made Ultona
Place of Origin Unknown
Description Free-standing, disc-style ULTONA phonograph machine, 1919. It has a dark-brown, mahogany finish on the cabinet. This Ultona phonograph was able to play all records manufactured by the Brunswick-Balke-Collender Co.
Provenance Purchased in April of 1919. It belonged to the previous owner's husband's grandmother. Her name hasn't been recorded.

The obituary of Bessie Koehler (neƩ Black) (February, 1973) says that she died at Tara, Bruce County, in her 84th year. She was born in Arran Township a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Black. She married Charles Koehler in 1913. Charles died in 1942. They had two sons: Allan Koehler of Durham, Grey County, and Harold Koehler of Tara, Bruce County.
Collection Musical Instruments & Accessories Collection
Material Wood/Metal
Dimensions H-115.57 cm
Found Owen Sound, Grey County
People Koehler, Charles