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American Record Corporation
also called "ARC" and has one more synonym

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  1. often known as ARC Records or simply ARC, was a United States based record company

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  2. resulted from the merger in July of 1929 of Regal Records, Cameo Records, Banner Records, the US branch of Pathé Records and the Scranton Button Company, the parent company of Emerson Records

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  3. Louis G. Sylvester (former head of Scranton) became president of the new company located at 1776 Broadway in Manhattan, New York City

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  4. In October 1929, Herbert Yates, head of Consolidated Film Company took control of ARC

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  5. In the following years, the company was very involved in a depressed market, buying failing labels at bargain prices to exploit their catalogue

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