Library of Congress Opens “National Jukebox” of Historical Recordings

The Library of Congress together with Sony has assembled the largest collection of historical recordings of speeches, music, poetry, and  spoken word materials in the world. It covers the first 25 years of the 20th century and includes several thousand items (for listening only). As heard on NPR.

Shira S.

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