Among the more than 2,000 cylinder-type records are rare recordings by Thomas Edison and Theodore Roosevelt. The more than 14,000 flat disc recordings encompass the entire history of flat discs from 1897 to the present, in all configurations. The collection of recordings includes diamond records, music box metal records, a rare and early Enrico Caruso recording, and a rare Edison long-playing disc.

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Submissions from 1904

Waiting at The Church, Edison Laboratory; Orange, New Jersey

Waiting at The Church Medley, Edison Laboratory; Orange, New Jersey

Waiting for the Dinner Horn to Blow, Edison Laboratory; Orange, New Jersey

Waltz of The Swallows, Edison Laboratory; Orange, New Jersey

Wedding of Barney And Bedelia, Edison Laboratory; Orange, New Jersey

We'll be together when the clouds roll by, Edison Laboratory; Orange, New Jersey

When I Marry You, Edison Laboratory; Orange, New Jersey

When Someone Really Cares, Edison Laboratory; Orange, New Jersey

When the Hammer on the Anvil Rings, Edison Laboratory; Orange, New Jersey

When The Song Of Love is Heard, Edison Laboratory; Orange, New Jersey

When The Whip-Poor- Will Sings Marguerite, Edison Laboratory; Orange, New Jersey

Where The Southern Roses Grow, Edison Laboratory; Orange, New Jersey

Why Hello Bill Who's Your Friend, Edison Laboratory; Orange, New Jersey

Will There Be Any Stars in My Crown, Edison Laboratory; Orange, New Jersey

Will You Be My Teddy Bear, Edison Laboratory; Orange, New Jersey

Wouldn't You Like to Have Me for a Sweetheart, Edison Laboratory; Orange, New Jersey

You'll Have To Wait Till My Ship Comes In, Edison Laboratory; Orange, New Jersey

Submissions from 1902

I've Taken Quiet a Fancy to You, Edison Laboratory; Orange, New Jersey

Mistah Johnson Good-Night, Edison Laboratory; Orange, New Jersey

Nearer My God to Thee, Edison Laboratory; Orange, New Jersey

When I get Pickled, Edison Laboratory; Orange, New Jersey