The 1912 Edison phonograph owned by Dick Beach cuts a graceful profile in the lobby at Atria Covell Gardens. Sue Cockrell/Enterprise photo
Dick Beach celebrates the success of his restoration work on the family's 1912 Edison phonograph with his daughter, Susan Ruth. Her husband Jon is obscured behind the machine in the lobby at Atria Covell Gardens, where Beach lives. Sue Cockrell/Enterprise photo
Dick Beach points out the inner workings of the 1912 Edison phonograph he restored this summer. Beach is a retired engineer who once designed tomato processing equipment for Hunt-Wesson. Sue Cockrell/Enterprise photo

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