[78-L] Operatic Collectors
Craig Ventresco Ventresco
craigventresco at gmail.com.invalid
Sun Jan 8 14:35:04 PST 2017
Well, his collection is part of the Belfer archives..O'Dell was a very well
known collector. As I said, you can read articles he wrote in the New
Amberola Graphic and mention of him as far back as the 40's in Jim Walsh
articles. Plenty of collectors knew him. He was a pioneer record collector.
On Sun, Jan 8, 2017 at 11:51 AM, Malcolm <malcolm at 78data.com.invalid> wrote:
> If this is so, where is this collection and/or its catlogue located in
> the Syracuse Library system?
> I could find no reference to it, or to Brevort O'Dell, Brevoort O'Dell
> or Brevort Odell in my searches.
> Malcolm R
> On 1/6/2017 1:54 PM, Craig Ventresco Ventresco wrote:
> > In answer to Robert's question, Brevort O'Dell was a cylinder enthusiast
> > upstate New York who began collecting at the turn of the century as a
> > child. His collection is now housed at and is a cornerstone of the
> > at Syracuse University. He had thousands of cylinders and hundreds of
> > stories about the early years of collecting, some of which were printed
> > the New Amberola Graphic.
> > On Thu, Jan 5, 2017 at 9:19 PM, David Lennick
> <dlennick at sympatico.ca.invalid
> >> wrote:
> >> On 1/6/2017 12:03 AM, Joe Salerno wrote:
> >>>>> I wonder who were the first collectors to take an interest in matters
> >>>>> discographical?
> >>> Mr. Moses perhaps, appropriately named?
> >>> joe salerno
> >> That was what I was thinking..Julian Morton Moses.
> >> dl
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