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Box 8

 Container

Contains 40 Results:

O'Dowda, Brendan. The World of Percy French. Philip Green & His Orchestra. Hayes, Middlesex, England: The Gramophone Co., Ltd. (E.M.I Records) (STAL 6026),, 1962

 Item — Box: 8, phonograph: 2
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: 1962

O'Donovan, Fred [producer]. Jury's Summer Cabaret. Albert Healy, Musical Director. Recorded by Eamonn Andrews Studios, Ltd. Westport: Jury's Hotel Group (JRLP2).

 Item — Box: 8, phonograph: 3
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: 1908-1973

Roach, Hal. Jury's Irish Cabaret: The Best of Irish Humour. Recorded Live at Jury's Hotel. Elmhurst, NY: Rego Irish Records & Tapes, Inc. (R-14,000),, 1977

 Item — Box: 8, phonograph: 4
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: 1977

Downey, Morton, et al. Songs of the Emerald Isle. Island Park, NY: Fairway Records, Inc. (P2-13640),, 1976

 Item — Box: 8, phonograph: 5
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: 1976

MacEwan, Father Sydney. Memories. With Orchestral Accomp. conducted by Philip Green. Hayes, Middlesex, England: E.M.I Records (The Gramophone Co., Ltd.) (STAL 6027).

 Item — Box: 8, phonograph: 6
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: 1908-1973

MacEwan, Father Sydney. Songs by Father Sydney MacEwen. With Orchestra conducted by Philip Green. U. S. A.: M-G-M Records (E3152).

 Item — Box: 8, phonograph: 7
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: 1908-1973

McCormack, John. John McCormack 1884-1945: The Irish Minstrel ' A Collection of his Legendary Songs & Ballads ' A Centennial Tribute. New York: Radio Corporation of America (ARM1-4997),, 1984

 Item — Box: 8, phonograph: 8
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: 1984

McCormack, John. John McCormack: A Legendary Performer. New York: Radio Corporation of America (CRM1-2472),, 1977

 Item — Box: 8, phonograph: 9
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: 1977

The Choir of St. Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin, directed by John Dexter. Christmas Carols. With Malcolm Wisener [organ]. Dublin: Pinewood Records (PRBS 802),, 1984

 Item — Box: 8, phonograph: 10
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: 1984