This scrapbook is a continuation of Scrapbook, Cat. 44,489. It contains clippings from March-August 1913 concerning Edison's kinetophone. Included are items pertaining to the arrival of touring kinetophone shows in various North American towns and cities, along with descriptions of the kinetophone's mechanical operation. Also included are articles relating to the claims of rival inventor George R. Webb; to kinetophone recordings of prominent suffragettes and of New York City Mayor William J. Gaynor; and to the decision of two downtown Chicago theaters to discontinue exhibiting talking movies at the end of May. The pages are unnumbered. Approximately 60 pages have been used. Courtesy of Thomas Edison National Historical Park.