78 rpm Record Labels - K
Labels compiled from the collection of Glenn Longwell. Page last updated on November 14, 2010
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Kaybee. Beverly Hills, CA. Don't know anything about the dates on this label but the logo gives us a clue. There's an HP with a ring around it. Don't know what the HP is yet but the ring has the words "Kroger Babb Employees." Kroger Babb was a producer for the movie "One Too Many" which these tunes are from. The movie came out in 1950.
Keen. Rex Productions, Inc. Culver City, CA. Late 1950s. This record is The Valiants from 1958.
Kem Records. 1950s.
Keynote Recordings. New York, NY. 1940s. Keynote catalogue was acquired by Mercury in the late 40s.
Kiddie Koncert Karton. Mid 1920s. These were recorded by Cameo.
King. King Records. 1940s and 50s.
Kingsport Tennessee Records. This record dates to the early 1950's but don't know much else about the label.
Kismet Record Company. 1940s.
Krantz Records. Philadelphia, PA. Late 1940s.
Kapp. Kapp Records Inc. New York, NY. 1950s. The one on the right is a DJ record.
Kimbo Records. Kimbo Record Co. 1953-1962 (as 78 rpm records). The first two refer to Belleville, NJ. Children's dance education records. These examples are from 1954 and 1955.
Kiddie Land Records. This label is affiliated with Willida, another children's label. 1940s.
Kinor Records. New York. Shows a copyright date of 1951. Hebrew label.
Keen-O-Phone. Philadelphia, PA. 1912-1914. Keen-O-Phone originally manufactured only phonographs and then entered the record market in 1912 with a vertical cut record. By 1914 they reorganized as the Rex Talking Machine Corporation.