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Topic - Chris Hunter
"Realistically, once you played it a couple of times, the stylus would tear through it and destroy it," he said.
Mr. Hunter said he was able to determine just this week that the man's voice on the museum's 1878 tinfoil recording is thought to be that of Thomas Mason, a St. Louis newspaper political writer who also went by the pen name I.X. Peck.