78 rpm Record Labels - F
Labels compiled from the collection of Glenn Longwell. Page last updated on November 15, 2010
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Federal Record Corporation. 1919-1925. Federal came out of the reorganization of the Indestructible Phonograph Record Company of Albany, which produced cylinder records.
Federal Records - founded in 1950 and mainly devoted to Rhythm & Blues releases.
Fraad Record. Fraad Talking Machine Co., Inc. New York. 1916-17. Fraad was a manufacturer of phonographs with factory and showroom at 224-226 West 26th St. in New York from a Feb. 1917 ad. Their records were produced by Rex Talking Machine Company and are vertical cut.
Fraternity. Fraternity Records, Cincinnati, OH. Late 1950s. This record is from 1957.
Fabor. Fabor Record Co. Hollywood, CA. 1950s. Affiliated with Abbott - very similar style label, see A labels.
Fantasy. Fantasy Records, San Francisco, CA. 1950s. This Dave Brubeck Quartet record is from 1953.
Flash. Flash Record Co. Los Angeles, CA. 1950s.
Flint Records. New York, NY. Late 1940s.
Fiesta. Fiesta Record Company. New York, NY. 1950s.
Folk Music. 1950s.
Folkraft. Division of K.W. Record Corporation. Newark, NY. Late 1940s and early 1950s.
Famous Music. Full label name is "A Best Loved Famous Music Presentation." Don't know anything about this label. It's a 12" classical music record with uncredited artists. Similar to the "World's Greatest ..." series. Probably 1940s.
Famous. Famous Records, Inc. Newark, NJ. Late 1940s. This record by Shorty Warren and his Western Rangers was released in January 1947.