Talking Machine World, July 1917, p. 39: "Wilders, Limited, is putting on the market the Celeste. It is built to play any disc record and the tone chamber is made entirely of wood."

Canadian Music Trades Journal, October 1917, p. 67: "Among the attractive exhibits in the Main Building at the recent Sherbrooke, Que. Fair, was that of Wilder's Music Supply Co., Montreal, who exhibited three models of the Starr phonograph, as well as a number of various styles of Celeste phonographs of their own manufacture, which included models in period designs, such as library tables, parlor cabinets, and a Georgian design miniature grand, fitted with electric motor. Regular models were shown, ranging in price from $35 to $500."

Canadian Music Trades Journal, November 1917, p. 57: "Wilder's Music Supply Co have had a good month's business in Starr machines and records; also the Celeste, a machine of their own manufacture."

Canadian Music Trades Journal, June 1918, p. 51: "Wilder's Music Supply Co. recently donated a full sized cabinet Celeste machine to the Hervey Institute, who in turn raffled off the same in aid of the funds of the institution."

Canadian Music Trades Journal, January 1919, p. 51: "The Ontario Furniture Co. and Wilder's Music Supply Co. informed your correspondent that they found business exceptionally active in the demand for Celeste machines, and were well pleased with the volume of holiday business and the past year's operations as a whole."

Montreal Star, April 13, 1918, p. 39.

Montreal Star, September 23, 1918, p. 19.

Montreal Star, September 28, 1918, p. 31.

Montreal Star, December 13, 1918, p. 27.

Montreal Star, December 24, 1918, p. 21.

Montreal Star, September 22, 1919, p. 21.

Montreal Star, December 17, 1919, p. 27.

Montreal Star, December 18, 1919, p. 31.