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ALBUM RELEASED ON THIS DAY IN 1963

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The Supremes album "Meet the Supremes" was their debut album. The studio
LP includes the group’s earliest singles: "I Want a Guy", "Buttered Popcorn",
"Your Heart Belongs to Me" and "Let Me Go the Right Way".

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SALES OF NEW CAR BEGAN ON THIS DAY IN 1927

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The Ford Model A was the second huge success for the Ford Motor Company,
after its predecessor, the Model T. It was first produced on October 20, 1927,
but didn’t go on sale until December 2. This new Model A was available in four
standard colors. By February 4, 1929, one million Model As had been sold,
and by July 24, two million.

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From left: Car manufacture Henry ford with his son edsel.

 

 

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A REALLY BIG SHOW ON THIS DAY IN 1957

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HIGHLIGHTING PAST NEWS STORIES

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FIRST JUKEBOX HEARD ON THIS DAY IN 1889


Saloon patrons listening to the first  jukebox in San Francisco. 

The first jukebox was installed at the Palais Royale Saloon in San Francisco. It
became an overnight sensation, and its popularity spreads around the world.

That first jukebox was constructed by the Pacific Phonograph Company. Four stethoscope-like tubes were attached to an Edison Class M electric phonograph
fitted inside an oak cabinet. The tubes operated individually, each being activated
by the insertion of a coin, meaning that four different listeners could be plugged
in to the same song simultaneously.

Towels were supplied to patrons so they could wipe off the end of the tube after
each listening.

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