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Box 10

 Container

Contains 40 Results:

Album: Ionata, Sister Carolina, M.P.F. [Director]. Church Music: Fourth Annual Demonstration of Liturgical Music. May 31, 1937. His Excellency The Most Reverend Thomas Joseph Walsh, S.T.D., J.C.D., Bishop of Newark, Celebrant. Madison, N. J.: Halligan Studios,, 1937.

 File — Box: 10, phonograph: 37-42
Scope and Contents note From the Series:

Many of the phonographs are arranged in original order, based upon a collected set of phonographs within an album. Included on the records are Irish tenor John McCormack and journalist Edward R. Murrow.

Dates: 1937.

Album: Willy Butterworth: 12/11/49. New York: American Broadcasting Co., Inc.,, 1949.

 File — Box: 10, Folder: 43-45
Scope and Contents note From the Series:

Many of the phonographs are arranged in original order, based upon a collected set of phonographs within an album. Included on the records are Irish tenor John McCormack and journalist Edward R. Murrow.

Dates: 1949.

McCormack, John [Tenor]. (Side A). Adeste Fideles (Oh, Come, All Ye Faithful) [Tune by Marcas Portugal]. With Male Chorus, orchestra, and chimes ' In Latin / (Side B). The Lost Chord [Adelaide A. Proctor'Sir Arthur Sullivan]. With orchestra. Camden, N. J.: Victor Talking Machine Co. (6208),, 1908

 Item — Box: 10, phonograph: 46
Scope and Contents note From the Series:

Many of the phonographs are arranged in original order, based upon a collected set of phonographs within an album. Included on the records are Irish tenor John McCormack and journalist Edward R. Murrow.

Dates: 1908

McCormack, John [Tenor]. Maire, My Girl [Casey'Aitken]. Accomp. by Victor Orchestra. Camden, N. J.: Victor Talking Machine Co. (74298),, 1912

 Item — Box: 10, phonograph: 47
Scope and Contents note From the Series:

Many of the phonographs are arranged in original order, based upon a collected set of phonographs within an album. Included on the records are Irish tenor John McCormack and journalist Edward R. Murrow.

Dates: 1912