Mark Randall / Sun Sentinel
June 28, 2013
An Alice in Wonderland recording, one of the nearly 800 vintage kiddie records that were donated to Florida Atlantic University¿s Recorded Sound Archives. The collection of records produced between 1920 and 1958 was flooded in October 2012 following Hurricane Sandy. The records, owned by Peter Muldavin, the world¿s leading expert on American vintage children¿s records, donated the water-damaged records to the RSA, which collects, organizes and protects access to digitized copies of vintage audio recordings at the Wimberly Library on FAU¿s Boca Raton campus.