78 rpm Record Labels - V
Labels compiled from the collection of Glenn Longwell. Page last updated on November 21, 2010
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Variety, a Master Records, Inc. label and manufactured by Brunswick. This was a short lived label from 1937.
Variety Records. Hollywood, CA. I don't know the date range of this label but the record does show a 1946 copyright date.
Vita Records, Pasadena, CA. Mid to late 1950's.
Vito. Vito Records, Hollywood, CA. 1954. This is the debut record by Vito with Helen Troy from March 1954. She was signed to a 3-year deal. However, I don't believe the label lasted into 1955. I've only found 1954 releases.
Valley. Valley Publishers, Inc. Knoxville, TN. 1950s. (left)
Van Dyke. 1929-1930. This label was part of the Grey Gull family of labels. The label died off when Grey Gull died off in 1930.
Vitacoustic. Chicago, IL. Late 40s. This record, number 1, dates to 1947.
Vogue. Vogue picture records were produced by Sav-Way Industries of Detroit, MI. The first release was May 1946 and they went bankrupt in 1947. Below are both sides of the 5 Vogues I own.
Viv. Viv Record Co. Phoenix, AZ. Mid to late 1950s. This particular one is from early 1956.
Voco. Voco, Inc. New York, NY. Voco got its start in 1946 with record greeting cards. The first example is a 5 3/8" birthday card. The front shown in the music. On the flip sides is the words to the song. It wasn't until 1949 when Voco began producing children's records. This is a 7" example from 1949.