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American Record Company
The American Record Company was founded by Ellsworth A. Hawthorne and Horace Sheble (formerly dealers for Edison Records who had been blacklisted for their questionable business methods) and Frederick M. Prescot . It was based in Springfield, Massachusetts. They produced single-sided lateral-cut-groove disc records. The business was closed after unfavorable judgements on patents which the American Record Company had violated from Emile Berliner, Columbia Records, and the Victor Talking Machine Company.
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