American speech [Victor series]

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Collection Descriptive Notes
Native (male) speakers of various U.S. dialects read from the same text, "Grip the Rat". Represented are: Indiana County, PA; Macon, GA; Newburyport, MA; Ellsworth, ME; Charleston, SC; Goose Creek Gullah; New York City (1); New York City (2); Lancaster County, PA; North Philadelphia, PA; Lancaster, NH; Meriden, CT; Lamar County, TX; Stony, TX; Paris, TX; Lincoln County, MO
Collection Technical Notes
Ayres and Greet are identified as being professors at Columbia University. (Gift of Paul Friedrich to the LLA on July 16, 1997) The WAVE files are converted to MP3s.
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Unnamed
This collection has no playable audio.
Titlesort descending Contributor Locations Medium
Charleston, South Carolina Unnamed male speaker (consultant); Ayres, H.M. (researcher); Greet, Cabell (researcher) United States Record
Lamar County, Texas Ayres, H.M. (researcher); Greet, Cabell (researcher); Unnamed male speaker (consultant) United States Record
Lancaster, New Hampshire Ayres, H.M. (researcher); Greet, Cabell (researcher); Unnamed male speaker (consultant) United States Record
Lincoln County, Missouri Ayres, H.M. (researcher); Greet, Cabell (researcher); Unnamed male speaker (consultant) United States Record
Macon, Georgia Ayres, H.M. (researcher); Greet, Cabell (researcher); Unnamed male speaker (consultant) United States Record
New York City (1) Unnamed male speaker (consultant); Ayres, H.M. (researcher); Greet, Cabell (researcher) United States Record
Newburyport, Massachusetts Ayres, H.M. (researcher); Greet, Cabell (researcher); Unnamed male speaker (consultant) United States Record
Paris, Texas Ayres, H.M. (researcher); Greet, Cabell (researcher); Unnamed male speaker (consultant) United States Record