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Black Jacks Parts 1 and 2 by George Le Maire, Rex Van on Victor. $3.00 plus S/HBlack Jacks  Parts 1 and 2 by George Le Maire, Rex Van on Victor.  $3.00 plus S/HHumorous Dialogue with Piano.
Cohen Gets Married / Cohen on his Honeymoon by Monroe Silver on Victor. $3.50 plus S/HCohen Gets Married / Cohen on his Honeymoon by Monroe Silver on Victor.  $3.50 plus S/HComical talking record in very, very, very good condition.
Eye Glasses Part 1 / Insurance Part 2 by Amos ‘n Andy on Audience. $5.00 plus S/HEye Glasses Part 1 / Insurance Part 2 by Amos ‘n Andy on Audience.  $5.00 plus S/HPart of a radio skit record set.  Record Number 136
Goldstein Behind Bars / Mrs. Rastus Johnson at the Wedding by Ralph Bingham on Victor. $4.00 plus S/HGoldstein Behind Bars / Mrs. Rastus Johnson at the Wedding by Ralph Bingham on Victor.  $4.00 plus S/HTalking record (monologue), good for playing on a Victrola.  Record Number 18231
It Goes Like This / Do You That’s What I Want To Know! by Happy Martin on Velvet Tone. $3.50 plus S/HIt Goes Like This / Do You That’s What I Want To Know! by Happy Martin on Velvet Tone.  $3.50 plus S/HBoth sides have “snappy” singing in a comical way. Fun tunes. Record Number 1756
My Bonnie Bonnie Jean / Nanny. $3.50 plus S/HMy Bonnie Bonnie Jean / Nanny.  $3.50 plus S/HMy Bonnie Bonnie Jean / Nanny, both sung by Glen Ellison.
Roamin' in the Gloamin' , Harry Lauder on Victor. $4.00 plus S/HRoamin' in the Gloamin' , Harry Lauder on Victor.  $4.00 plus S/H12 inch, one sided Victor record
Roamin' in the Gloamin' ,Harry Lauder on 4 min Blue Amberol. $6.00 plus S/HRoamin' in the Gloamin' ,Harry Lauder on 4 min Blue Amberol.  $6.00 plus S/HRoamin' in the Gloamin' is one of Harry Lauder's more popular tunes. His Scottish brogue, rolling "R's" and laughter made him a popular entertainer. Record # 23003
Two Black Crows Parts 1 and 2 by Moran and Mack on Columbia. $5.00 plus S/HTwo Black Crows Parts 1 and 2 by Moran and Mack on Columbia.  $5.00 plus S/HThis is the first record of 3 or 4 records the Two Black Crows cut.  These records inspired the hit radio show Amos and Andy.  These records were cut between 1927 and 1930.
Two Black Crows Parts 3 and 4 by Moran and Mack on Columbia. $5.00 plus S/HTwo Black Crows Parts 3 and 4 by Moran and Mack on Columbia.  $5.00 plus S/HThis is the second record of 3 or 4 records the Two Black Crows cut.  These records inspired the hit radio show Amos and Andy.  These records were cut between 1927 and 1930.
Two Black Crows Parts 5 and 6 by Moran and Mack on Columbia. $6.00 plus S/HTwo Black Crows Parts 5 and 6 by Moran and Mack on Columbia.  $6.00 plus S/HThis is the third record of 3 or 4 records the Two Black Crows cut.  This record is a little harder to find than Parts 1 and 2 and Parts 3 and 4.

Uncle Josh in a Department Store by Cal Stewart / Gretchen on Standard Disc. $5.50 plus S/HUncle Josh in a Department Store by Cal Stewart / Gretchen on Standard Disc.  $5.50 plus S/H1/2 inch center hole Uncle Josh in a Department Store, Gretchen, Cal Stewart, Standard Disc rec# A273
Uncle Josh's Huskin Bee / War Talk At Pun'kin Center. Cal Stewart. $7.50 plus S/HUncle Josh's Huskin Bee  / War Talk At Pun'kin Center.  Cal Stewart.  $7.50 plus S/HUncle Josh's Huskin Bee / War Talk At Pun'kin Center by Cal Stewart.
Virginia Judge Part 1 and Part 2 by Walter Kelly on Victor. $8.00 plus S/HVirginia Judge Part 1 and Part 2 by Walter Kelly on Victor.  $8.00 plus S/HHumorous monologue by Walter Kelly
When I Was Twenty One / Sing A Song Of Bonnie Scotland. $3.50 plus S/HWhen I Was Twenty One / Sing A Song Of Bonnie Scotland.  $3.50 plus S/HWhen I Was Twenty One / Sing A Song Of Bonnie Scotland, both sung by Glen Ellison.

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