Labels (U.S. Unless Otherwise Indicated)

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Labels (U.S. Unless Otherwise Indicated)


Brooks, Tim, ARSC Journal


Arto (1920 label), a 1920 supplement reproduced, by Paul Collenette, in "Tidbits from Paul Collenette," In the Groove Feb/Mar 2013, p.17

Baton (1954 label), "Sol Rabinowitz's Baton Records," by John Broven & Richard Tapp, based on an interview, Juke Blues Late 2012 (No. 72), pp.12-21

Columbia (1900s label), Six-Inch Twentieth Century cylinders, "A Lifetime Quest," by Larry Hawes, a history of the ill-fated format, In the Groove Oct/Nov 2012, pp.9-11

Columbia (1900s label), Six-inch Twentieth Century cylinders described in "A Lifetime Quest," by Larry Hawes, whose quest has been to assemble a collection of the less than 200 titles issued, For the Record Autumn 2012, pp.136-139

G&G (1940s label), "Label Types, Part 22: Gem and G&G," by Han Enderman, W/D, Names & Numbers No. 63 (Oct 2012), pp.25-28

Gem (1940s label), "Label Types, Part 22: Gem and G&G," by Han Enderman, W/D, Names & Numbers No. 63 (Oct 2012), pp.25-28

Gramophone (1900 U.K. label), "The 1899 Gramophone Record Catalogue," by Bill Dean-Myatt, report of a talk by Peter Adamson, For the Record Winter 2012, pp.188-189

Hall of Fame (1957 label), "Hall of Fame LPs," by Geoffrey Wheeler, discog., Names & Numbers No. 64 (Jan 2013), pp.2-11

His Master's Voice (1900s U.K. label), "Covers Covered: HMV Brown Paper," by Tom Little, describes paper sleeves used from the 1920s to the 1940s, For the Record Autumn 2012, pp.140-141

Labels, Various (U.K.), "We Also Have Our Own Records," cont., by Frank Andrews, incl. …

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