Archivist Don Hunter, at home in Eugene, Ore., peers through the vintage microphone used in 1937 by President Franklin D. Roosevelt to dedicate Bonneville Dam at Cascade Locks, Ore. Hunter has traveled the world for 69 years in search of what he calls "dying sounds," sounds that are disappearing as a quieter technology takes center stage.


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