Tim Fabrizio has been restoring, researching and writing about antique phonographs for more than 48 years. He is an artisan and a scholar and has consulted at the Library of Congress, the George Eastman House Museum, the Edison and Ford Winter Estates, among other prestigious institutions.
Mr. Fabrizio is also a phonograph restoration expert. He has co-authored and supplied the photography for eight books on the history of sound. This literary series was co-authored with George F. Paul and has garnered awards and praise from around the globe. His experience includes examining and researching thousands of antique phonographs and accessories and he has written most of the price guides in use today in the antique phonograph field.
The phonograph was Thomas Edison’s favorite invention. In honor of Edison’s birthday on February 11, Mr. Fabrizio will be on site for the celebration.
The presentation is included with admission and signed copies of his book “Discovering Antique Phonographs” will be available for purchase after the program. Registration is not required.