The Phonogram (1902-03)

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. * EDWARD CLARANCE. Edward Clarance was born at Boston, Mass., in 1863. At an early age Mr. Clarance developed decided vocal talent. His singing has met with the approval of the public and he has appeared in nearly every prominent vaude- ville theatre in the United States and Canada. His enun- ciation is clear and distinct and his records for the Phono- graph are deservedly popular. Half the pleasures in life come through the . ear. The only way to preserve these pleas- ures in their perfection and to enjoy them at * will , is by owning a genuine Edison Phono- graph .— Chapin