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Joseph Cutshall-King <[log in to unmask]>
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A LISTSERV list for discussions pertaining to New York State history." <[log in to unmask]>
Tue, 25 Jan 2005 19:23:45 -0500
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At one time, the city directories for NYC were available online. You 
could search them by street. If they are not online, which would be a 
shame, they must available (he said, with hope and naiveté in him) on 
Joe Cutshall-King

David Minor wrote:

>Happy New Year! to all,
>I received the following request for informtion a few days ago.
>I am looking for any information on a recording stuido that was located at
>395 Broadway in New York (in 1946) and I came across your name as possibly
>knowing some information that could help. If you are able to share any
>information concerning a company called 'The RecorDisc Corp'.  Thank you,
>Cathy D.
>I Googled the various terms every which way and searched the back issues of
>the New York Times (including advertising), but came up with nothing for
>the company name or any recording studio at that address.
>I'm suggesting to her that she try the NY Public Library and ASCAP. Any
>others suggestions I can pass along to Cathy Dufour (yes, I did searches on
>that last name as well, in case there's a family connection).
>Thanks in advance for any help,
>David Minor
>David Minor
>Eagles Byte Historical Research
>Pittsford, New York
>585 264-0423
>'dminor' 'at symbol' 'eznet.net'
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