Columbia 3045: Byron G. Harlan, ‘Mama’s Boy (Marching Song)’

Columbia 3045: Mamma's Boy (Marching Song) by Byron G. Harlan COLUMBIA PHONOGRAPH CO.
NEW YORK • LONDON

CONDITION OF SALE

This record is sold upon the express condition that it shall not be copied or duplicated and that the full right of property or possession reverts to the Columbia Phonograph Co. upon violation of this condition.

GRAND PRIZE PARIS 1900
GRAND PRIZE ST. LOUIS 1904

Mamma’s Boy (Marching Song) (2:50)
TENOR SOLO
Orchestra Accompaniment
Sung by Byron G. Harlan

No. 3045

PATENTED DECEMBER 10, 1901.

Columbia 3045 Label THIS RECORD is manufactured by the American Graphophone Company under certain patents and licensed or sold through its sole sales agent, the Columbia Phonograph Company, General, subject to conditions and restrictions as to the persons to and the prices at which it may be resold by any person into whose hands it comes. Copies or duplicates must not be made from it.

THE PRICE of THIS RECORD throughout the United States is SIXTY CENTS. No sale [is aut]horized and no license is gra[nted to] use this record when sold b[elow] that price.

Any violation of any of such conditions or restrictions makes the seller or user liable as an infringer of said patents.

AMERICAN GRAMOPHONE CO.

(This is a single-sided disc, with nothing but a copyright/patent label on the reverse side. The label was placed over the spindle hole, and so I’ve made my best guess as to the missing letters in the text.)

(One of many old 78s in my collection. Dates are approximated as best as possible based on the labels and what information I can find on the ‘net. The sound quality on these is quite variable. I’ve cleaned the worst of the pops and skips as best as I can, but these won’t be anywhere near modern fidelity. Enjoy them for what they are.)

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