National Geographic : 1921 May
he instrument chosen by the greatest artists U ~II fl All these great artists make records for the Victor ALDA BESANZONI BORI BRASLAU CALVE CARUSO CLEMENT GULP D[GOGORZA D.LUCA DESTINN EAMES FARRAR GALLI-CURC GARRISON GIGLI LUCK HARROLD HOMER JOHNSON JOURNET MARTINELLI McCORMACK MELBA MURPHY RUFFO SCHUMANN-HEINK SCOTTI SEMBRICH TETRAZZINI WERRENRATH WHITEHILL WITHERSPOON ZANELLI ZEROLA Violin ELMAN HEIFETZ KREISLER KUBELIK ZIMBALIST Piano CORTOT PADEREWSKI RACHMANINOFF Violoncello KINDLER Orchestra BOSTONSYMPHONY FLONZALEYQUARTET VICTORHERBERT'S TOSCANINI AND LA SCALA PHILA.SYMPHONY A.IIO[CORD[[ TNI L.T[G[RVILLI-IIAC~i, OILI[[RT.PATTi .PLANCON. POWLL.TAMAGNOAND WILUAM[ This trademark and the trademarked word"Victrola"identify all our products. Look under the lid! Look on the label! VICTOR TALKING MACHINE CO. Camden, N. J. Victrola XI One of the popular priced models $150 SThe most cherished possession of the great singers and instrumentalists is their art, and their keenest desire is that under all circum stances they shall be heard at their best. It is in appreciation of this fact that the greatest artists of this generation have become Victor artists, and their unqualified endorsement of the Victrola is the most conclusive evidence of its artistic superiority. There are Victrolas in great variety of styles from $25 to $1500. Victor dealers everywhere. Victor Talking Machine Co. Camden, New Jersey Victrola REG U S. PAT. OFF. "Mention The Geographic-It identifies you" ... .> . :..) . :ar. _"y _, ,H_ . .... .,a ' . .: ._ .. < . :: am. +i. w_ . ,_ .(r _. ~ .1 . ..