>From the article "There Once Was A Record Of Smut..."
"...Journalists railed against "the abuse of a great invention." Soon
Anthony Comstock, the crusading founder of the New York Society for
the Suppression of Vice, was on the trail of indecent cylinders,
chasing down distributors and even performers. On June 24, 1896, one
of Comstock's detectives came to Hunting's Manhattan home, posing as a
fancier of naughty songs. Hunting custom-recorded two cylinders for
his visitor, was promptly arrested and was sentenced to three months
in prison for violating obscenity ordinances that normally governed
written literature and visual images."
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