(45's, 78's, and extended play records)
RECORD ALBUMS, 45s & EXTENDED PLAY RECORDS & 78s
1. Ensemble Encore, 1983. Octa Clark & Hector Duhon & The Dixie Ramblers
2. Since Oll Gabriel's Time, 1982. Hezekiah & the Houserockers.
3. Drinkin' and Stinkin', 1989. Boogie Bill Webb.
4. Louisiana Cajun and Creole Music, 1934: The Lomax Recordings, 1987.
5. Session with Sinatra. Frank Sinatra
6. Fabulous Frankie, Collectors Issue, 1954. Frank Sinatra with Orchestra conducted by Axel Stordahl with Tommy Dorsey and his Orchestra.
7. Dedicated to You, 1950. Frank Sinatra.
8. Bing Crosby sings the song hits from Oklahoma!, Annie Get Your Gun, Carousel, Song of Norway, Bloomer Girl, Up in Central Park, 1950.
9. Lily Pons sings Bell Song from Lakme by Delibes and Una voce poco fa from Rossini's The Barber of-Seville.
10. April in Paris, 1949. Victor Young and His Singing Strings.
11. Cheek to Cheek, Irving Berlin Songs. Eddie Fisher.
12. Broadway Classics. Eddie Fisher.
13. Frank Sinatra sings Young-at-Heart and Take a Chance.
14. Frank Sinatra sings The Gal That Got Away and Half As Lovely.
15. Ethel Merman, 12 Songs from "Call Me Madam"
16. A Treasury of Immortal Performances, Mozart, Divertimento in E-Flat for Violin, Viola and Cello, K. 563, Collector's Issue.
17. A Treasury of Immortal Performances, Beethoven, Trio No. 7 in B-Flat, Op. 97 ("Archduke"), Collector's Issue.
18. 78s, 7 records of Alben Barkley's speech, May 20, 1950, concerning SLU's 25th anniversary.
19. 78, 1 record of Alben Barkley's speech, June 13, 1950 referring to Huey Long.
20. Songs of Humour & Hilarity, Folk Music in America, Vol. II, A Bicentennial Project of the Library of Congress.
21. Musical Masterpiece Series, Chopin Waltzes, (Op. 69-70 & Posthumous), Alexander Brailowsky, Pianist.
22. Wilcox-Gay Recordio Discs Record Album
23. Brownie Ford, Stories from Mountains, Swamps & Honky-Tonks, CD
24. The Country Three