Tape Recorder Used By Malcolm X At Mosque #7

African-American Muslim minister and civil rights activist Malcolm X (born Malcolm Little, 1925-1965) gave speeches at Mosque No. 7, (later renamed Masjid Malcolm Shabazz) in Harlem, New York. Wollensak Stereo-tape magnetic recorder, Model T-1515. Beige plastic with silver metal. The front of the recorder has several beige buttons to play, record and stop as well as volume and tone controls. There is a counter to track the time of the recording to the left of the buttons. The lid of the recorder lifts off so that tape reels can be placed inside for recording. The lid of the recorder has the words [3M WOLLENSAK]. The handle on the side of the recorder also includes the word [WOLLENSAK]. Artist Wollensak. (Photo by Heritage Art/Heritage Images via Getty Images)
African-American Muslim minister and civil rights activist Malcolm X (born Malcolm Little, 1925-1965) gave speeches at Mosque No. 7, (later renamed Masjid Malcolm Shabazz) in Harlem, New York. Wollensak Stereo-tape magnetic recorder, Model T-1515. Beige plastic with silver metal. The front of the recorder has several beige buttons to play, record and stop as well as volume and tone controls. There is a counter to track the time of the recording to the left of the buttons. The lid of the recorder lifts off so that tape reels can be placed inside for recording. The lid of the recorder has the words [3M WOLLENSAK]. The handle on the side of the recorder also includes the word [WOLLENSAK]. Artist Wollensak. (Photo by Heritage Art/Heritage Images via Getty Images)
Tape Recorder Used By Malcolm X At Mosque #7
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1326281180
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Hulton Archive
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1. Januar 1925
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2832180
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