78 rpm Records Labels - Met to ...
Metrotone Records.  Mfg. by Metrotone Record Co., Brooklyn, NY.
Minnesota Valley Mining Canning Company.  This the makers of Green Giant vegetables.  This is a 7" red record and says it's by special arrangement with Decca Records.  The music is by Fred Waring who recorded for Decca.  Date is 1949.
Montgomery Ward, 1933-1941.  Montgomery Ward records were produced by RCA Victor, Decca and United States Record Corporation at various points in their existence. 
Mozart, 1916-1917, St. Louis, MO. Vertical cut record. Made for the Mozart Talking Machine Company by the Rex Talking Machine Corporation.  Mozart Talking Machine were the makers of the "Mozart" phonograph.  It is unclear when the Mozart record first appeared (still researching) as the trade directory of Feb. 1917 in Talking Machine World didn't list Mozart under Records but had been selling phonographs since 1916.
Muse Phonograph Record.  1922-24.  Produced by either Cameo Record Corporation or Scranton Button Company.
Mummers.  I believe this is from Philadelphia, PA and is from the 1950s.
These two records say they're "From the Catalog of Music You Enjoy, Inc. N.Y.C."  Both are 7" childrens records. The one on the left is from 1942.  I don't know about the one on the right.

Labels compiled from the collection of Glenn Longwell.  Page last updated on November 14, 2010.

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Monarch Records.  Monarch Record Co., Linden, NJ.  1950s.  Joseph Liebowitz of DeLuxe was behind this label.  An affiliated label was Wallis Original, records by Ruth Wallis (see W labels).
M-G-M Records.  New York, NY.  Record label started in 1946 by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer film studios.
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