|Object Name||Album, Phonograph|
|Title||Album for Storing Records|
|Year Range from||1904|
|Year Range to||1904|
Hard cover album used to store record albums. The cover is brown coloured fabric stretched over cardboard. Stamped into the fabric is "His Master's Voice Reg. U.S. Pat. Off. M. de. F. Marca Industrial Registrada, Nos. 4176y, 4180 1 de Febrero, 1904" Also on the cover is an image of a dog listening to a phonograph.
The inside cover and the record sleeves are blue-green in colour with black numbers stamped 1 to 10 at the top right of each sleeve. The inside front cover has an index chart to list the records which are in each of the sleeves. At the top of the chart is "Patent applied for Victor Talking machine Co., Camden, New Jersey, USA" On the spine of the album is "A" in gold.
Written on the index chart is "Margaret McElroy (18 years old), 85 Clifford st. and Ernie Strongitharm (25 yrs.)."