All 78RPM's (one double sided, the rest one side!)
These records were picked up at an estate sale, and in some cases, I cannot see the dating...I will merely record numbers that might be of significance to the buyer.
These records are berliner Gram-0-phone Co. Limited, Montreal, except the 2 sided, which is from the Victor Talking Machine Co., Camden, NY. "His Master's Voice" and the Logo on top of label. They all seem to be useable copies but some do have evidence of very minor (visual) damage.
*Alma Gluck is the artist of note:
-I need The Every Hour - 87203 - Annie S. Hawks - Robert Lowry
-One Sweetly Solemn Thought -87212- Phoebe Carey - R.S. Ambrose
-Old Folks at Home -87196- soprano w. violin
-The Little Old Log Cabin in the Lane -64809- Will S. Hays
-I's Gwine Back to Dixie -64564- C.A. White
-Nightingale Song -64566- from Tyrolean
-Janet's Choice -87262- Claribel / Louise Homer
-Comin' Thro' the Rye -64422- Scotch Air
-Annie Laurie - 87206- Scott / Louise Homer
-In the Gloaming -16405A- Harrison / Corinne Morgan & second side: Rock Me to Sleep, Mother -16405B-Akers - Leslie / Elizabeth Wheeler