V-Discs on Archive.org
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On 5/4/18, 4:09 PM, "Fitz Gitler" <jazz-research@groups.io on behalf of fgitler@gmail.com> wrote:
 
    Some of you may be aware already, but a very extensive (complete?) archive of V-Discs audio is available on Archive.org. It's very easy to get (happily) lost in there. I've included the links below to the 10 sets that make up the archive.


V-Discs 1-99 (1943-1944): http://archive.org/details/V-discs1-991943-1944
    V-Discs 100-199 (1943-1944): http://archive.org/details/V-discs100-1991944
    V-Discs 200-299 (1944): http://archive.org/details/V-discs200-2991944
    V-Discs 300-399 (1944-1945): http://archive.org/details/V-discs300-3991944-1945
    V-Discs 400-499 (1945): http://archive.org/details/V-discs400-4991945
    V-Discs 500-599 (1945-1946): http://archive.org/details/V-discs500-5991945-1946
    V-Discs 600-699 (1946): http://archive.org/details/V-discs600-699
    V-Discs 700-799 (1946-1947): http://archive.org/details/V-discs700-799
    V-Discs 800-899 (1947-1949): http://archive.org/details/V-discs800-899
    V-Discs 900-903 (1949): http://archive.org/details/V-discs900-903
    
    Happy listening,
    Fitz Gitler
 
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