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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Émile Berliner, builds the first gramophone 1888 1888 1899 Construction begins on Lenoir streets first cement building.Some time between 1908 and 1912, the southern portion of the building is added on.At the time, the four-storey high, reinforced concrete building with wide openings forthe windows was a revolutionary concept in construction. A billboard showing Nipper,the Berliner logo, followed by The Home of the Victrola was placed on the buildingsroof for all to see. 1908 A billboard showing Nipper, the Berliner logo, followed by The Home of the Victrola is placed on the buildings roof for all to see 1924 Victor Talking Machine takes over theBerliner Gramophone Company Victor Talking Machine merges with RCA to become RCA Victor. Emile Berliner dies of a heart attack 1929 Émile Berliner comes to Montreal to open the Berliner Gramophone Company 1940 The factory is now 300,000 square feet and employs over 150 people. RCA Victor is the biggest record maker in Canada 1958-1962 Space materials are produced at the RCA Victor factory during the construction of Canada's first satellite: Alouette I Around 1970 RCA Victors production is transferred to the United States and Japan.Several commercial spaces are rented out to different companies 1996 2009 Opening of theMusée des ondes Émile Berliner The RCA Victor building is bought by a newgroup of owners/managers who are currently working towards redeveloping it sources: and Timeline of Events
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