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Series I. Enrico Caruso
Box 1
This series consists of 25 78 r.p.m. albums containing forty-eight audio recordings of Enrico Caruso. The albums were produced by the Victor Talking Machine Co. of Camden, NJ. between 1908 and 1929. The date noted for each recording represents the date the song was first recorded by Caruso.
Enrico Caruso was born on February 25, 1873, in Naples, Italy. One of seven children (and only one of three who made it to adolescence), he was a bright and precocious child who had a talent for singing. While his father believed Enrico would follow in his footsteps as a mechanic, his mother encouraged the boy to follow his natural talent in singing.

While Caruso enjoyed success as an opera singer, he would not record his voice until he was in his late twenties. In 1902, he began recording for the Gramophone & Typewriter Company of England, which would later become the well-known H.M.V., an affiliate of the Victor Company. Throughout his career, Caruso received many orders, decorations, testimonials and other kinds of honors from the monarchs, governments and cultural organizations of the various nations in which he sang. He would perform until 1920, when he was struck severely ill with a respiratory ailment from which he would never recover. He passed away in August 5, 1921.

Container Description Date
Box 1, 1 Victrola #6000, 78 r.p.m. 12"
Box 1 side A - Aida - Celeste Aida
Dec 1911
Box 1 side B - Forza del Destino - O tu che seno agli angeli
Sep 1911
Box 1, 2 Victrola #6003, 78 r.p.m. 12"
Box 1 side A - Boheme - Racconto di Rodolfo
undated
Box 1 side B - Lolita - Spanish Serenade
Mar 1908
Box 1, 3 Victrola #6004, 78 r.p.m. 12"
Box 1 side A - Faust - Salut, demeure
Feb 1906
Box 1 side B - Carmen - Air de la fleur
Nov 1909
Box 1, 4 Victrola #6006, 78 r.p.m. 12"
Box 1 side A - Adorables Tourments
Jan 1908
Box 1 side B - Chanson de Juin
Nov 1916
Box 1, 5 Victrola #6008, 78 r.p.m. 12"
Box 1 side A - Cavalleria Rusticana - Addio alla madre
Dec 1913
Box 1 side B - Andrea Chenier - Un di all azzurro spazio
Mar 1907
Box 1, 6 Victrola #6009, 78 r.p.m. 12"
Box 1 side A - Mamma mai, che vo sape!
Nov 1909
Box 1 side B - I'm' Arricordo e Napule!
Sep 1920
Box 1, 7 Victrola #6011, 78 r.p.m. 12"
Box 1 side A - La Campana di San Giusto
Jan 1919
Box 1 side B - A Granada
Sep 1918
Box 1, 8 Victrola #6012, 78 r.p.m. 12"
Box 1 side A - Boheme - Testa adorata
Nov 1911
Box 1 side B - Boheme - Io non ho che una povera stanzetta
Nov 1911
Box 1, 9 Victrola #6013, 78 r.p.m. 12"
Box 1 side A - La Juive - Rachel! quad du Seigneur la grace tutelaire
Sep 1920
Box 1 side B - Le Cid - O souverain, o juge, o pere! (Massenat)
Feb 1916
Box 1, 10 Victrola #8005, 78 r.p.m. 12"
Box 1 side A - Forza del Destino - Invano, Alvaro!
Nov 1911
Box 1 side B - Forza del Destino - Le minaccie i fieri accenti
Nov 1911
Box 1, 11 Victrola #8008, 78 r.p.m. 12"
Box 1 side A - Si vous l'aviez compris - Melodie
Feb 1915
Box 1 side B - Les Deux Serenades
Feb 1915
Box 1, 12 Victrola #8010, 78 r.p.m. 12"
Box 1 side A - Faust - Prison Scene, Part 1 - Mon coeur est penetre d'epouvante!
Jan 1910
Box 1 side B - Faust - Prison Scene, Part 2 - Attends! voici la rue
Jan 1910
Box 1, 13 Victrola #8011, 78 r.p.m. 12"
Box 1 side A - Madama Butterfly - O quant occhi fisi
Mar 1908
Box 1 side B - Manon, On l'appelle, Manon
Dec 1912
Box 1, 14 Victrola #8012, 78 r.p.m. 12"
Box 1 side A - Gia i sacerdoti adunansi
Dec 1910
Box 1 side B - Aida a me togliesti
Dec 1910
Box 1, 15 Victrola #8014, 78 r.p.m. 12"
Box 1 side A - Madama Butterfly - Ve lo dissi?
Mar 1910
Box 1 side B - Madama Butterfly - Amore o grillo
Mar 1910
Box 1, 16 Victrola #8016, 78 r.p.m. 12"
Box 1 side A - Martha - Solo, profugo
Jan 1910
Box 1 side B - Faust - O merveille!
Jan 1910
Box 1, 17 Victrola #8042, 78 r.p.m. 12"
Box 1 side A - Trovatore - Miserere
Dec 1909
Box 1 side B - Trovatore - Ai nostri monti
Mar 1908
Box 1, 18 Victrola #8045, 78 r.p.m. 12"
Box 1 side A - Otello - Si pel ciel
Jan 1914
Box 1 side B - Otello - Credo (Iago's Creed)
undated
Box 1, 19 Victrola #10002, 78 r.p.m. 12"
Box 1 side A - Martha - Siam giunti, o giovinette
Jan 1912
Box 1 side B - Martha - Che vuol dir Cio
Jan 1912
Box 1, 20 Victrola #10005, 78 r.p.m. 12"
Box 1 side A - Ballo in Maschera - (Masked Ball) - Quintetto, E scherzo, od e folia
Apr 1914
Box 1 side B - Ballo in Maschera - La rivedra nell'estati
Apr 1914
Box 1, 21 Victrola #10008, 78 r.p.m. 12"
Box 1 side A - Faust - Prison Scene -Alerte! Ou vous etes perdus
Jan 1910
Box 1 side B - Faust - Elle ouvre sa fenetre
undated
Box 1, 22 Victrola #10010, 78 r.p.m. 12"
Box 1 side A - Lombardi - Qual volutta
Jan 1912
Box 1 side B - Samson et Dalila - Je viens celebrer la victorire
Feb 1919
Box 1, 23 Victrola #10011, 78 r.p.m. 12"
Box 1 side A - Rigoletto - Quartet Bella figlia dell'amore
undated
Box 1 side B - Faust - Que voulez-vous, messieurs?
undated
Box 1, 24 Victrola #87243, 78 r.p.m. 10"
Box 1 side A - O Sole Mio
Feb 1916
Box 1, 25 Victrola #87305, 78 r.p.m. 10"
Box 1 side A - Vieni Sul Mar!(Over the Sea)
Sep 1919

Series II. John McCormack
Box 1
This series consists of 25 78 r.p.m. albums containing thirty-four audio recordings of John McCormack. The albums were produced by the Victor Talking Machine Co. of Camden, NJ. between 1910 and 1929.
John McCormack was born on June 14, 1884, in Athlone, Ireland, the fourth of seven children. McCormack recorded his first songs at the age of twenty in 1904 for the Edison Company and the Gramophone & Typewriter Company. The following year McCormack traveled to Italy for further, more formal, vocal training.

Upon his return from Italy in 1906, McCormack made a number of recordings for the Odeon Company. The Odeon Company was later purchased by the Victor Talking Machine Company in 1910, which meant that the Victor Company also bought out McCormack's contract. For the rest of his career, McCormack recorded exclusively for the Victor Company, and its British affiliate, H.M.V.

From 1923 until his retirement in 1938, McCormack devoted himself to recording and performing on tour. During this time, he had become a singer of great renown all over the world, known for both his moving performances, as well as his masterful breath control. He also became an actor, lending his talents to the medium of film. At the outbreak of World War II, McCormack came out of retirement to tour for the Allied troops, just as he had during World War I. His constant touring would take a toll on his health in 1943, and he would pass away on September 16, 1945.

Container Description Date
Box 2, 1 Victrola #740, 78 r.p.m. 10"
ca. 1910-1929
Box 2 side A - Annie Laurie
Box 2 side B - Mary of Argyle
Box 2, 2 Victrola #742, 78 r.p.m. 10"
ca. 1910-1929
Box 2 side A - At Dawning
Box 2 side B - I Hear A Thrush at Eve
Box 2, 3 Victrola #747, 78 r.p.m. 10"
ca. 1910-1929
Box 2 side A - Then You'll Remember Me
Box 2 side B - Ben Bolt
Box 2, 4 Victrola #751, 78 r.p.m. 10"
ca. 1910-1929
Box 2 side A - Come Where My Love Lies Dreaming
Box 2 side B - Funiculi, Funicula
Box 2, 5 Victrola #758, 78 r.p.m. 10"
ca. 1910-1929
Box 2 side A - Where the River Shannon Flows
Box 2 side B - Eileen Allanna
Box 2, 6 Victrola #760, 78 r.p.m. 10"
ca. 1910-1929
Box 2 side A - I'll Sing Thee Songs of Araby
Box 2 side B - Evening Song
Box 2, 7 Victrola #772, 78 r.p.m. 10"

(2 copies)

ca. 1910-1929
Box 2 side A - Little Town in Ould Country Down
Box 2 side B - My Irish Song of Songs
Box 2, 8 Victrola #1020, 78 r.p.m. 10"
ca. 1910-1929
Box 2 side A - A Love Song
Box 2 side B - Little Yvette
Box 2, 9 Victrola #6201, 78 r.p.m. 12"
ca. 1910-1929
Box 2 side A - Come Back to Erin
Box 2 side B - The Snowy Breasted Pearl
Box 2, 10 Victor #64120, 78 r.p.m. 10"
ca. 1910-1929
Box 2 side A - I Hear You Calling Me
Box 2, 11 Victrola #64205, 78 r.p.m. 10"
ca. 1910-1929
Box 2 side A - Macushla
Box 2, 12 Victrola #64309, 78 r.p.m. 10"
ca. 1910-1929
Box 2 side A - Sweet Genevieve
Box 2, 13 Victor #64120, 78 r.p.m. 10"
ca. 1910-1929
Box 2 side A - A Little Love, A Little Kiss
Box 2, 14 Victor #64120, 78 r.p.m. 10"
ca. 1910-1929
Box 2 side A - Somewhere A Voice is Calling
Box 2, 15 Victrola #644070, 78 r.p.m. 10"
ca. 1910-1929
Box 2 side A - Mavis
Box 2, 16 Victor #64495, 78 r.p.m. 10"
ca. 1910-1929
Box 2 side A - Until
Box 2, 17 Victor #64499, 78 r.p.m. 10"
ca. 1910-1929
Box 2 side A - The Vacant Chair
Box 2, 18 Victor #64549, 78 r.p.m. 10"
ca. 1910-1929
Box 2 side A - Venetian Song
Box 2, 19 Victor #64630, 78 r.p.m. 10"
ca. 1910-1929
Box 2 side A - Tommy Lad!
Box 2, 20 Victrola #64818, 78 r.p.m. 10"
ca. 1910-1929
Box 2 side A - The First Rose of Summer
Box 2, 21-22 Victrola #64825, 78 r.p.m. 10"

(2 copies)

ca. 1910-1929
Box 2 side A - Roses of Picardy
Box 2, 23 Victrola #64860, 78 r.p.m. 10"
ca. 1910-1929
Box 2 side A - Your Eyes Have Told Me So
Box 2, 24 Victrola #64962, 78 r.p.m. 10"
ca. 1910-1929
Box 2 side A - Beneath the Moon of Lombardi
Box 2, 25 Victrola #87551, 78 r.p.m. 10"
ca. 1910-1929
Box 2 side A - Tales of Hoffman - Barcarolle

Series III. Latin Series
Box 1
The first set of lessons were recorded by the now defunct Student Educational Records, Inc. in Camden, New Jersey. The second set of lessons were recorded by the distinguished Harvard professor Edward Kennard Rand (1871-1945). He was an American classicist and medievalist, teaching at Harvard for over forty years. He founded the Medieval Academy of America in 1925 and the quarterly journal Speculum in 1926.

This series consists of five 78 r.p.m. albums containing ten audio recordings created by Student Educational Records, Inc., as well as eleven 78 r.p.m. albums containing twenty-one audio recordings created by the Harvard Phonograph Records Company, which was a subsidiary of Harvard University Press.

Container Description Date
Box 3, 1 Student Educational Records, Inc. #2495, 78 r.p.m. 10"
undated
Box 3 side A - Latin Proununciation: Quotations for Practice
Box 3 side B - Latin Maxims, Phrases and Colloquial Expressions
Box 3, 2 Student Educational Records, Inc. #2496, 78 r.p.m. 10"
undated
Box 3 side A - Short Latin Sentences
Box 3 side B - Sentences From Caesar
Box 3, 3 Student Educational Records, Inc. #2497, 78 r.p.m. 10"
undated
Box 3 side A - Bravery of Two Centurions
Box 3 side B - Cicero's Eulogy of Ceasar
Box 3, 4 Student Educational Records, Inc. #2498, 78 r.p.m. 10"
undated
Box 3 side A - Cicero Against Cataline (The Appeal to Jupiter Stator)
Box 3 side B - Cicero Defense of the Study of Literature (Pro Archia VI, VII)
Box 3, 5 Student Educational Records, Inc. #2499, 78 r.p.m. 10"
undated
Box 3 side A - Opening Lines of the Aeneid
Box 3 side B - Description of Rumor, Advice of the Sibyl and the Greatness of Rome
Box 3, 6 The Harvard Phonograph Company, #1092-#1093, 78 r.p.m. 10"
1937
Box 3 side A - Latin Readings: Catullus (Series II - No. 3A)
Box 3 side B - Latin Readings: Catullus (continued, Series II - No. 3B)
Box 3, 7 The Harvard Phonograph Company, #1140-#1141, 78 r.p.m. 10"
1937
Box 3 side A - Tacitus (Series II - No. 10A)
Box 3 side B - Tacitus (continued, Series II - No. 10B)
Box 3, 8 The Harvard Phonograph Company, #1142-#1143, 78 r.p.m. 10"
1937
Box 3 side A - Pliny and Martial (Series II - No. 9A)
Box 3 side B - Juvenal and Martial (Series II - No. 9B)
Box 3, 9 The Harvard Phonograph Company, #1144-#1145, 78 r.p.m. 10"
1937
Box 3 side A - Ovid (Series II - No. 8A)
Box 3 side B - Ovid (continued, Series II - No. 8B)
Box 3, 10 The Harvard Phonograph Company, #1147-#1148, 78 r.p.m. 10"
1937
Box 3 side A - Livy (Series II - 7A)
Box 3 side B - Livy (continued, Series II - 7B)
Box 3, 11 The Harvard Phonograph Company, #1149-#1150, 78 r.p.m. 10"
1937
Box 3 side A - Horace (Series II - No. 6A)
Box 3 side B - Horace (continued, Series II - No. 6B)
Box 3, 12 The Harvard Phonograph Company, #1151-#1152, 78 r.p.m. 10"
1937
Box 3 side A - Virgil (Series II - No. 5A)
Box 3 side B - Virgil (continued, Series II - No. 5B)
Box 3, 13 The Harvard Phonograph Company, #1153-#1154, 78 r.p.m. 10"
1937
Box 3 side A - Livy (Series II - No. 4A)
Box 3 side B - Livy (continued, Series II - No. 4B)
Box 3, 14 The Harvard Phonograph Company, #1155-#1156, 78 r.p.m. 10"
1937
Box 3 side A - Plautus (Series II - No. 1A)
Box 3 side B - Terence (Series II - No. 1B)
Box 3, 15 The Harvard Phonograph Company, #1157-#1158, 78 r.p.m. 10"
1937
Box 3 side A - Lucretius (Series II - No. 2A)
Box 3 side B - Lucretius (continued, Series II - No. 2B)
Box 3, 16 The Harvard Phonograph Company, CL3-CL4, 78 r.p.m. 10"
1937
Box 3 side A - Virgil's "Aeneid"
Box 3 side B - Caesars' "Gallic War" (Caesar meets Ariovistus)

Series IV. Assorted Recordings
Box 1
This series contains the recordings of a wide variety of individual artists on different record labels, such as Cameo, Decca, Columbia and Radiex. Artists in this series include world famous Austrian tenor Richard Tauber, and Irish singer Seamus O'Doherty. Additional recording are of the Berlin State Opera House Orchestra, and the Columbia Broadcasting Symphony.

Container Description Date
Box 4, 1 William Robyn: Cameo Record Corporation #521-522
1921
Box 4 side A - Somewhere, A Voice is Calling
Box 4 side B - At Dawning (I Love You)
Box 4, 2 Ted Lewis and His Band: Columbia Phonograph Company #1296-D
1913
Box 4 side A - The Sweetheart of Sigma Chi
Box 4 side B - Good Night
Box 4, 3 Seamus O'Doherty: Columbia Phonograph Company #33205-F
1913
Box 4 side A - I Left Ireland and Mother Because We Were Poor
Box 4 side B - I'll Be With You When The Roses Bloom Again
Box 4, 4 Berlin State Opera House Orchestra: Columbia Phonograph Company #69091-D
undated
Box 4 side A - Concerto in A minor, Part I
Box 4 side B - Concerto in A minor, Part V
Box 4, 5 Berlin State Opera House Orchestra: Columbia Phonograph Company #69092-D
undated
Box 4 side A - Concerto in A minor, Part II
Box 4 side B - Concerto in A minor, Part VI
Box 4, 6 Berlin State Opera House Orchestra: Columbia Phonograph Company #69093-D
undated
Box 4 side A - Concerto in A minor, Part III
Box 4 side B - Concerto in A minor, Part VII
Box 4, 7 Berlin State Opera House Orchestra: Columbia Phonograph Company #69094-D
undated
Box 4 side A - Concerto in A minor, Part IV
Box 4 side B - An Der Wiege, Op. 68, No. 5, Franzosische Serenade, Op. 62, No. 3 - Piano Solo
Box 4, 8 Columbia Broadcasting Symphony: Columbia Phonograph Company #69685-D
undated
Box 4 side A - César Franck: Les Eolides, First Part
Box 4 side B - César Franck: Les Eolides, Second Part
Box 4, 9 Columbia Broadcasting Symphony: Columbia Phonograph Company #69686-D
undated
Box 4 side A - César Franck: Les Eolides, Completion
Box 4 side B - César Franck: Les Petits Moulins A Vent, Souer Monique, Le Trophee
Box 4, 10 Columbia Broadcasting Symphony: Columbia Phonograph Company #69885-D
undated
Box 4 side A - Beethoven: Concerto in D Major, Op. 61, First Movement: Commencement
Box 4 side B - Beethoven: Concerto in D Major, Op. 61, Finale: Rondo (completion)
Box 4, 11 Columbia Broadcasting Symphony: Columbia Phonograph Company #69886-D
undated
Box 4 side A - Beethoven: Concerto in D Major, Op. 61, First Movement: Continuation
Box 4 side B - Beethoven: Concerto in D Major, Op. 61, Finale: Rondo (first half)
Box 4, 12 Columbia Broadcasting Symphony: Columbia Phonograph Company #69887-D
undated
Box 4 side A - Beethoven: Concerto in D Major, Op. 61, First Movement: Continuation
Box 4 side B - Beethoven: Concerto in D Major, Op. 61, Second Movement: Completion
Box 4, 13 Columbia Broadcasting Symphony: Columbia Phonograph Company #69888-D
undated
Box 4 side A - Beethoven: Concerto in D Major, Op. 61, First Movement: Continuation
Box 4 side B - Beethoven: Concerto in D Major, Op. 61, Second Movement: Continuation
Box 4, 14 Columbia Broadcasting Symphony: Columbia Phonograph Company #69889-D
undated
Box 4 side A - Beethoven: Concerto in D Major, Op. 61, First Movement: Completion
Box 4 side B - Beethoven: Concerto in D Major, Op. 61, Second Movement: Commencement
Box 4, 15 Solemn High Mass: Decca Records #23108
1940
Box 4 side A - Asperges (Part 1)
Box 4 side B - Introit Kyrie (Part 2)
Box 4, 16 Solemn High Mass: Decca Records #23109
1940
Box 4 side A - Gloria in Excelsis Deo (Part 3)
Box 4 side B - Graduale/Gospel/Credo (Part 4)
Box 4, 17 Solemn High Mass: Decca Records #23110
1940
Box 4 side A - Credo concluded / Offertory / Preface - Part 1 (Part 5)
Box 4 side B - Preface concluded (Part 6)
Box 4, 18 Solemn High Mass: Decca Records #23111
1940
Box 4 side A - Sanctus Benedictus / Pater Noster (Part 7)
Box 4 side B - Agnus Dei / Communion / Oration / Ite Missa Est (Part 8)
Box 4, 19 Decca Records presents Solemn High Mass: Gregorian (Complete) - R.C. - booklet
1940
Box 4, 20 Richard Tauber: Decca Records #23160
undated
Box 4 side A - You Are My Heart's Delight
Box 4 side B - Dein Ist Mein Ganzes Herz
Box 4, 21 Richard Tauber: The Parlophone Company, Ltd. #20107
undated
Box 4 side A - You Are My Heart's Delight
Box 4 side B - Patiently Smiling
Box 4, 22 Richard Tauber: Decca Records #20316
undated
Box 4 side A - Roses of Picardy
Box 4 side B - Serenade From "The Student Prince"
Box 4, 23 Recorded by Grey Gull: Radiex Records #2338
undated
Box 4 side A - Arthur Fields: Lindy, Lindy, How I'd Like To Be You
Box 4 side B - Al Bernard: No, No, Positively No

Series V. Victor Talking Machine Company
Box 2
his series contains the recordings of a wide variety of individual artists, such as the Austrian-born violinist and composer Fritz Kreisler, Reinald Werrenrath, who was famous for his Songs on The Great War, and Feodor Chaliapin, who was known at the time as the most famous Russian opera singer of the 20th century. The series also contains the recordings of many other well-known early 20th century musical artists.

Additional recording are of the BBC Symphony Orchestra, the Philadelphia Orchestra, the Victor Military Band, and the International Novelty Orchestra. The discs contained in box five have recordings on both sides while the discs in box six are single-sided only.

Container Description Date
Box 5, 1 Hulda Lashanska: Victrola #1044, 78 r.p.m. 10"
1908
Box 5 side A - The Sweetest Story Ever Told
Box 5 side B - Ma Curly-Headed Babby
Box 5, 2 Sistine Chapel Choir: Victrola #1046, 78 r.p.m. 10"
1908
Box 5 side A - Adeste Fideles (Oh Come, All Ye Faithful)
Box 5 side B - Exultate Deo (Sing Unto the Lord)
Box 5, 3 Fritz Kreisler: Victrola #1465, 78 r.p.m. 10"
1908
Box 5 side A - The Old Refrain
Box 5 side B - Exultate Deo (Sing Unto the Lord)
Box 5, 4 Lucy Isabelle Marsh & Royal Dadmun: Victrola #4013, 78 r.p.m. 10"
1908
Box 5 side A - Song of Love
Box 5 side B - Serenade
Box 5, 5 Feodor Chaliapin: Victrola #6061, 78 r.p.m. 12"
1908
Box 5 side A - Trepak (Still In The Forest)
Box 5 side B - When The King Went Forth To War
Box 5, 6 Evan Williams: Victrola #6313, 78 r.p.m. 12"
1908
Box 5 side A - Oh Dry Those Tears
Box 5 side B - Good-Bye
Box 5, 7 Amelita Galli-Curci -- Giuseppe de Luca: Victrola #4013, 78 r.p.m. 12"
1908
Box 5 side A - Traviata Imponete (Now Command Me)
Box 5 side B - Dite Alla Giovine (Say To Thy Daughter)
Box 5, 8 Erica Morini: RCA Victor #11-8731, 78 r.p.m. 12"
undated
Box 5 side A - Capriccio-Valse, Op. 7
Box 5 side B - Romance
Box 5, 9 BBC Symphony Orchestra: RCA Victor #11-9568, 78 r.p.m. 12"
1908
Box 5 side A - Karelia Suite, Op. 11: No. 1 - Intermezzo
Box 5 side B - Karelia Suite, Op. 11: No. 3 - Alla Marcia
Box 5, 10 Elizabeth Wheeler: Victor #16398, 78 r.p.m. 10"
1908
Box 5 side A - I Dreamt I Dwelt In Marble Halls
Box 5 side B - Then You'll Remember Me
Box 5, 11 Victor #16469, 78 r.p.m. 10"
1908
Box 5 side A - Arthur Pryor's Band: The Darkies' Dream
Box 5 side B - William H. Reitz: Sorgenlos Polka
Box 5, 12 Sousa's Band: Victor Record #16523, 78 r.p.m. 10"
1908
Box 5 side A - American Patrol (Meacham)
Box 5 side B - La Sorella March (La Mattchiche)(Gallini)
Box 5, 13 Tschiakowski, Op. 64, performed by the Philadelphia Orchestra: Victor #16647, 78 r.p.m. 12"
1908
Box 5 side A - Symphony No. 5, in E minor - 1st Movement - Andante, Allegro con anima
Box 5 side B - Symphony No. 5, in E minor - 4th Movement - Allegro vivace - concluded
Box 5, 14 Tschiakowski, Op. 64, performed by the Philadelphia Orchestra: Victor #16648, 78 r.p.m. 12"
1908
Box 5 side A - Symphony No. 5, in E minor - 1st Movement - Allegro con anima (continued)
Box 5 side B - Symphony No. 5, in E minor - 4th Movement - Andante maestoso - Allegro vivace (continued)
Box 5, 15 Tschiakowski, Op. 64, performed by the Philadelphia Orchestra: Victor #16649, 78 r.p.m. 12"
1908
Box 5 side A - Symphony No. 5, in E minor - 1st Movement - Allegro con anima (continued)
Box 5 side B - Symphony No. 5, in E minor - 4th Movement - Allegro vivace
Box 5, 16 Tschiakowski, Op. 64, performed by the Philadelphia Orchestra: Victor #16650, 78 r.p.m. 12"
1908
Box 5 side A - Symphony No. 5, in E minor - 1st Movement - Andante, Allegro con anima (concluded)
Box 5 side B - Symphony No. 5, in E minor - 3rd Movement - Valse. - Allegro moderato - concluded
Box 5, 17 Tschiakowski, Op. 64, performed by the Philadelphia Orchestra: Victor #16651, 78 r.p.m. 12"
1908
Box 5 side A - Symphony No. 5, in E minor - 2nd Movement - Andante catabile, con alcuna licenza
Box 5 side B - Symphony No. 5, in E minor - 3rd Movement - Valse. Allegro moderato
Box 5, 18 Tschiakowski, Op. 64, performed by the Philadelphia Orchestra: Victor #16652, 78 r.p.m. 12"
1908
Box 5 side A - Symphony No. 5, in E minor - 2nd Movement - Andante cantabile, con alcuna licenza (continued)
Box 5 side B - Symphony No. 5, in E minor - 2nd movement - Andante cantabile, con alcuna licenza (concluded)
Box 5, 19 Guido Gialdini: Victor Record #16835, 78 r.p.m. 10"
1912
Box 5 side A - Spring Voices (Strauss)
Box 5 side B - Birds of the Forst Gavotte (Waldvoglein)
Box 5, 20 Victor Record #16964, 78 r.p.m. 10"
1908
Box 5 side A - Billy Murray & Chorus: Keep in de Middle ob de Road
Box 5 side B - American Quartet: Rosa Lee or "Don't Be Foolish, Joe"
Box 5, 21 Victor #17222, 78 r.p.m. 10"
undated
Box 5 side A - Nat M. Willis: "No News" or "What Killed The Dog"
Box 5 side B - Tom McNaughton: The Three Trees
Box 5, 22 Victor #17233, 78 r.p.m. 10"
undated
Box 5 side A - Dudley and Macdonough: Red Wing
Box 5 side B - Billy Murray and the Hayden Quartet: Rainbow
Box 5, 23 Victor Military Band: Victor Record #17368, 78 r.p.m. 10"
1912
Box 5 side A - Military Escort March
Box 5 side B - On The Wing Galop
Box 5, 24 Felix Arndt: Victor #16964, 78 r.p.m. 10"
undated
Box 5 side A - To A Wild Rose
Box 5 side B - Drink To Me Only With Thine Eyes
Box 5, 25 Victor #17691, 78 r.p.m. 10"
undated
Box 5 side A - Peerless Quartet: We'll Have A Jubilee On My Old Kentucky Home
Box 5 side B - Collins and Harlan: Alabama Jubilee
Box 5, 26 Victor #17837, 78 r.p.m. 10"
undated
Box 5 side A - Alice Green and Edward Hamilton: Hello Frisco (I Called You Up To Say Hello)
Box 5 side B - Albert Campbell and Henry Burr: When It's Peach Picking Time in Delaware
Box 5, 27 Master William Pickels: Victor #17876, 78 r.p.m. 10"
undated
Box 5 side A - Love In Springtime
Box 5 side B - Boheme - Musetta Waltz
Box 5, 28 Victor #17968, 78 r.p.m. 10"
1908
Box 5 side A - John Barnes Wells: Memories
Box 5 side B - Elsie Baker: One Fleeting Hour
Box 5, 29 Victor #18609, 78 r.p.m. 10"
1908
Box 5 side A - Peerless Quartet: When I'm Gone You'll Soon Forget
Box 5 side B - Henry Burr and Frank Croxton: Weeping Willow Lane
Box 5, 30 Victor #18689, 78 r.p.m. 10"
1908
Box 5 side A - Frank Ferera and Anthony Franchini: Beautiful Hawaii - Waltz
Box 5 side B - Hawaiian Trio: Hawaiian Twilight - Fox Trot
Box 5, 31 Victor #19006, 78 r.p.m. 10"
1908
Box 5 side A - American Quartet: Carolina in the Morning
Box 5 side B - Billy Murray and Ed Smalle: Toot, Toot, Tootsie Goo'bye
Box 5, 32 John Steel: Victor #19089, 78 r.p.m. 10"
1908
Box 5 side A - Just An Old Love Song
Box 5 side B - When The Gold Turns To Gray (You Will Still Be The Same Girl To Me)
Box 5, 33 International Novelty Orchestra: Victor #19096, 78 r.p.m. 10"
1908
Box 5 side A - Cigarette - Tango
Box 5 side B - The Cup of Sorrow - Tango
Box 5, 34 Henry Burr and the Peerless Quartet: Victor #19112, 78 r.p.m. 10"
1908
Box 5 side A - Silver Threads Among the Gold
Box 5 side B - When You And I Were Young, Maggie
Box 5, 35 Victor #19117, 78 r.p.m. 10"
1908
Box 5 side A - The Troubadours: Roses of Picardy - Waltz
Box 5 side B - Green Arden Orchestra: Marcheta - Waltz
Box 5, 36 Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra: Victor #19229, 78 r.p.m. 10"
1908
Box 5 side A - I'm Goin' South - Fox Trot
Box 5 side B - Steppin' Out - Fox Trot
Box 5, 37 Victor #19412, 78 r.p.m. 10"
1908
Box 5 side A - Shannon Quartet: Old Familiar Faces
Box 5 side B - Peerless Quartet: In The Candle Light
Box 5, 38 Victor #19897, 78 r.p.m. 10"
1908
Box 5 side A - Dennis King: Song of the Vagabonds
Box 5 side B - Carolyn Thomson: Only A Rose
Box 5, 39 Walter C. Kelly: Victor #19089, 78 r.p.m. 10"
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Box 5 side A - Virginian Judge (Southern Cut Scene - 5th Session - Part 1)
Box 5 side B - Virginian Judge (Southern Cut Scene - 5th Session - Part 2)
Box 5, 40 Victor #35095, 78 r.p.m. 12"
1908
Box 5 side A - Criterion Quartet: Medley of Foster Songs
Box 5 side B - Victor Minstrel Company: Virginia Minstrels
Box 5, 41 Victor Light Opera Company: Victor #35413, 78 r.p.m. 12"
1908
Box 5 side A - Gems from Robin Hood (Part 1)
Box 5 side B - Gems from Robin Hood (Part 2)
Box 5, 42 Victor #45161, 78 r.p.m. 10"
1908
Box 5 side A - Olive Kline and Marguerite Dunlap: Beautiful Ohio
Box 5 side B - Elsie Baker: Dear Little Boy of Mine
Box 5, 43 Walter C. Kelly: Victor #45202, 78 r.p.m. 10"
1908
Box 5 side A - Virginian Judge (Southern Court Scene - Second Session - Part 1)
Box 5 side B - Virginian Judge (Southern Court Scene - Second Session - Part 2)
Box 5, 44 Sir Harry Lauder: Victor #55129, 78 r.p.m. 12"
1908
Box 5 side A - Roamin' in the Gloamin'
Box 5 side B - The Wee House 'Mang the Heather
Box 6, 1 Lucy Isabelle Marsh: Victor #60031, 78 r.p.m. 10"
undated
Box 6 side A - Italian Street Song
Box 6, 2 Evan Williams: Victor #64078, 78 r.p.m. 10"
undated
Box 6 side A - A Dream
Box 6, 3 Evan Williams: Victor #64109, 78 r.p.m. 10"
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Box 6 side A - Absent
Box 6, 4 Evan Williams: Victor #64411, 78 r.p.m. 10"
undated
Box 6 side A - Beautiful Isle of Somewhere
Box 6, 5 Alma Gluck: Victor #64112, 78 r.p.m. 10"
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Box 6 side A - Little Grey Home in the West
Box 6, 6 Julia Culp: Victor #64489, 78 r.p.m. 10"
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Box 6 side A - Ave Maria
Box 6, 7 Mabel Garrison: Victrola #64695, 78 r.p.m. 10"
1908
Box 6 side A - Emmett's Lullaby
Box 6, 8 Jascha Heifetz: Victrola #64758, 78 r.p.m. 10"
1908
Box 6 side A - Valse Bluette (Air de Ballet)
Box 6, 9 Fritz Kreisler: Victrola #64817, 78 r.p.m. 10"
1908
Box 6 side A - Beautiful Ohio (Waltz)
Box 6, 10 Fritz Kriesler: Victrola #64902, 78 r.p.m. 10"
1908
Box 6 side A - Who Can Tell
Box 6, 11 Frances Alda: Victrola #64948, 78 r.p.m. 10"
1908
Box 6 side A - I Passed By Your Window
Box 6, 12 Reinald Werrenrath: Victrola #64950, 78 r.p.m. 10"
1908
Box 6 side A - Story of the Rose
Box 6, 13 Emilio de Gogorza: Victrola #64953, 78 r.p.m. 10"
1908
Box 6 side A - In Old Madrid
Box 6, 14 Reinald Werrenrath: Victrola #66132, 78 r.p.m. 10"
1908
Box 6 side A - Kashmiri Song
Box 6, 15 Emilio de Gogorza: Victrola #74379, 78 r.p.m. 10"
1908
Box 6 side A - La Pamola (The Dove)
Box 6, 16 Alma Gluck & Male Chorus: Victor #74420, 78 r.p.m. 12"
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Box 6 side A - Carry Me Back to Old Virginny
Box 6, 17 Evan Williams: Victrola #74453, 78 r.p.m. 12"
1908
Box 6 side A - The Last Chord
Box 6, 18 Alma Gluck: Victor #74468, 78 r.p.m. 12"
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Box 6 side A - My Old Kentucky Home
Box 6, 19 Evan Williams: Victrola #74476, 78 r.p.m. 12"
1908
Box 6 side A - Dreaming of Home and Mother
Box 6, 20 Amelita Galli-Curci: Victor #74512, 78 r.p.m. 12"
undated
Box 6 side A - Romeo et Juliette - Valse
Box 6, 21 Alma Gluck & Paul Reimers: Victrola #87182, 78 r.p.m. 12"
1908
Box 6 side A - Du, Du Liegst Mir Im Herzen
Box 6, 22 Geraldine Farrar: Victor #87210, 78 r.p.m. 10"
undated
Box 6 side A - Carmen - Habanera
Box 6, 23 Alma Gluck & Paul Reimers: Victrola #87229, 78 r.p.m. 10"
1908
Box 6 side A - Der Tannenbaum
Box 6, 24 Geraldine Farrar: Victor #87254, 78 r.p.m. 10"
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Box 6 side A - All Through The Night
Box 6, 25 Louise Homer: Victrola #87255, 78 r.p.m. 10"
1908
Box 6 side A - Oh, Promise Me (de Koven)
Box 6, 26 Louise Homer: Victrola #87259, 78 r.p.m. 10"
1908
Box 6 side A - Last Night (Kjerulf)
Box 6, 27 Alma Gluck & Louise Homer: Victor #87267, 78 r.p.m. 10"
undated
Box 6 side A - Long, Long Ago
Box 6, 28 Louise Homer: Victor #87329, 78 r.p.m. 10"
undated
Box 6 side A - Just For To-day
Box 6, 29 Alma Gluck & Paul Reimers: Victrola #87544, 78 r.p.m. 10"
1908
Box 6 side A - Silent Night, Holy Night
Box 6, 30 John McCormack & Fritz Kreisler: Victrola #87549, 78 r.p.m. 10"
1908
Box 6 side A - Flirtation
Box 6, 31 Louise Homer: Victrola #88585, 78 r.p.m. 10"
1908
Box 6 side A - Love's Old Sweet Song