National Geographic : 1918 Nov
Victr la e lfe ofthe home - Tejoyofthe camp In homes throughout the land where the boys are absent in the service of Uncle Sam, the Victrola with its corps of noted artists is keeping up the spirit of the home folks with its superb music and entertainment. In the camps where our soldiers and sailors are gathered, the Victrola is also in active service doing its musical duty. Its cheering music and wholesome entertain ment afford a welcome diversion to pleasantly while away the spare moments. The Victrola is the messenger of cheer whose inspiring music is so necessary in these stirring war times. During the coming holiday season, it will find its way into many additional homes. And many new Victrolas and Victor Records will be among the Christmas gifts to bring joy to the hearts of the soldier and sailor boys in camp. Victors and Victrolas $12 to $950. Victor dealers everywhere. They will gladly play any music you wish to hear. Victor Talking Machine Co., Camden, N. J., U. S. A. ToinsureVictorquality, alwayslookforthe famous trademark. "Hi Master's Voice." It ison all pro ducts ofthe VictorTalking MachineCompany. "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."