Canadian Furniture World and the Undertaker, December 1916, p. 40: "The Melotone Talking Machine Co. have established a factory at 236 Fort Street, Winnipeg. They will use only high grade mahogany and oak lumber in the construction of the cabinets for their machines."

Talking Machine World, May 1917, p. 42: "The Melotone Talking Machine Co., Ltd., 235 Fort Street, Winnipeg, Manitoba, are manufacturing the Recreola and Melotone talking machines."

Canadian Furniture World and the Undertaker, August 1919, p36: "The Melotone Mfg. Co., Ltd., Winnipeg, has been incorporated to deal in phonographs, etc. Capital, $5,000."

"From 1904 until World War I, this building at 61 Heaton Avenue, Winnipeg, Manitoba, operated as the German Club, described at the time as "the mother society" of the local German immigrant cultural clubs. During the war, the club was forced to discontinue and the building was taken over by the Melotone Talking Machine Company, using the space as a gramophone factory." (Peterson Projects, February 2007)

Winnipeg Tribune, September 27, 1916, p. 5.

Regina Leader-Post, March 10, 1917, p. 13.

Canadian Music Trades Journal, April, 1917, p. 49 and May, 1917, p. 53.

CMTJ, September, 1917, p. 82.

CMTJ, May, 1920, p. 81.

A Melotone upright phonograph for sale on FB Marketplace in 2023.

A Melotone for sale in Fairview, Alberta in 2023.

A Melotone for sale in Okotoks, Alberta in 2023.

Jones & Cross Ltd., a piano and phonograph manufacturer in Edmonton, Alberta, ran this advertisement for the "Melotone" phonograph, in the Edmonton Journal, on September 1, 1923.

A Melotone, sold originally by Jones & Cross piano store, for sale in Edmonton in 2022. 33 inches wide, 34 inches high, 21 inches deep.

A Melotone for sale at Shediac, New Brunswick in 2023.

A Melotone in Langley, British Columbia in 2024.