Making a Will on a Steel Record, 1937
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Making a Will on a Steel Record, 1937
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Making a Will on a Steel Record, 1937
New idea in making wills. Washington, D.C., April 16. Glen Gray leader of the famous Casa Loma orchestra today departed from the 350 year old custom of writing his last will and testament by making a record of the will and having it testified on a photograph record. It is a steel record so his in-laws can't break the will. Left to right: Jim Moran, recorder and witness; H.L. McCormick, attorney and witness; and last Glen Gray talking the will, 4/16/1937 Glen Gray leader of the famous Casa Loma orchestra today departed from the 350 year old custom of writing his last will and testament by making a record of the will and having it testified on a photograph record. It is a steel record so his in-laws can't break the will. Left to right: Jim Moran, recorder and witness; H.L. McCormick, attorney and witness; and last Glen Gray talking the will
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