United States
from 1901
Company and manufacturer started as Victor Talking Machine with Victor Record as a label. Upon merging with the Radio Corporation of America in 1929, the company was named RCA Victor. Victor for a while remained a label thereof and was later also named RCA Victor.
Related labels
Improved Gram-O-Phone Record   Predecessor
Monarch Record   Sublabel
RCA Victor   Succeding label
Victor Red Seal Record   Sublabel
Victrola   Sublabel
Related artists
Orquesta Típica Victor   
Victor Studio Artists   


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P (x)xx [78rpm box sets]

Catalog nr. EAN Performer Title Date Format
P 1 various artists A Night at the Waldorf January 5, 1938 78rpm
P 3 Benny Goodman A Swing Session with Benny Goodman November 1938 78rpm
P 9 Xavier Cugat and His Waldorf-Astoria Orchestra A Xavier Cugat Album of Latin American Music December 8, 1939 78rpm
P 11 John and Lucy Allison with Sawyer's Minute Men Ballads of the American Revolution and the War of 1812 March 1940 78rpm
P 23 Capitol City Four Quartet Barber Shop Harmony July 1940 78rpm
P 25 Jimmy Yancey Boogie Woogie 1940 78rpm
P 27 Woody Guthrie Dust Bowl Ballads - Volume 1 July 1940 78rpm
P 28 Woody Guthrie Dust Bowl Ballads - Volume 2 July 1940 78rpm
P 30 Kenny Baker with Orchestra conducted by David Broekman Memories in Melody August 1940 78rpm
P 37 The Troubadours conducted by Nathaniel Shilkret Let's Dance… Six Famous Waltzes 1940 78rpm
P 40 Dick Leibert Organ Encores 1940 78rpm
P 50 Lead Belly and The Golden Gate Quartet "The Midnight Special" and Other Southern Prison Songs February 1941 78rpm
P 51 Hal Kemp and His Orchestra Hal Kemp Memorial Album - Eight of Hal's Best Loved Recordings 1941 78rpm
P 56 various artists NBC's Chamber Music Society of Lower Basin Street February 1941 78rpm
P 57 Collins H. Driggs The Magic of the Novachord 1941 78rpm
P 64 Joe Reichman Piano Reveries May 1941 78rpm
P 65 Dick Leibert Wedding Music 1941 78rpm
P 66 Ozzie Nelson and His Orchestra Prom Date June 1941 78rpm
P 72 "Fats" Waller Waller at the Console July 25, 1941 78rpm
P 74 Charles Magnante Accordion a' la mode August 1941 78rpm
P 75 various artists Hot Piano October 1941 78rpm
P 82 The Dixieland Jazz Group of "NBC's Chamber Music Society of Lower Basin Street" The Birth of the Blues - An Album of W. C. Handy Music August 29, 1941 78rpm
P 84 "Texas" Jim Robertson 'Round the Campfire September 26, 1941 78rpm
P 86 various artists NBC's Chamber Music Society of Lower Basin Street - Volume 2 1941 78rpm
P 88 Leo Reisman and His Orchestra Leo Reisman Rhythms November 21, 1941 78rpm
P 89 Victor Male Chorus When Irish Eyes Are Smiling March 1942 78rpm
P 91 Joe Reichman Piano Reflections October 31, 1941 78rpm
P 93 Collins H. Driggs Cascades of Melody November 21, 1941 78rpm
P 97 Ray Andrade and His Orchestra South Sea Serenades November 21, 1941 78rpm
P 99 Eton Boys Close Harmony December 1941 78rpm
P 101 various artists Walt Disney's Dumbo - Recorded from the Sound Track of the Film 1941 78rpm
P 104 Dick Leibert Organ Reveries January 1942 78rpm
P 105 Arturo Arturos and His Cubano Rhythm Cubano Rhythms January 9, 1942 78rpm
P 107 Victor Mixed Chorus - Emile Coté, conductor Cole Porter January 23, 1942 78rpm
P 109 "Fats" Waller Waller on the Ivories March 1942 78rpm
P 110 Frank Munn Favorite Love Songs February 1942 78rpm
P 115 Victor Mixed Chorus - Emile Coté, conductor The Music of Sigmund Romberg March 20, 1942 78rpm
P 118 Lena Horne with Orchestra conducted by Lou Bring Moanin' Low April 3, 1942 78rpm
P 119 Linda Keene with Henry Levine and His Strictly from Dixie Jazz Band Strictly from Dixie April 17, 1942 78rpm
P 122 Victor Mixed Chorus - Emile Coté, conductor The Music of Victor Herbert 1942 78rpm
P 131 The Victor "First Nighter" Orchestra This Is the Army August 21, 1942 78rpm
P 133 Dorothy Kirsten, Felix Knight with the Victor "First Nighter" Orchestra and Chorus Favorite Songs from Famous Musicals 1942 78rpm
P 136 David Rose and His Orchestra Film Favorites 1942 78rpm
P 139 Dinah Shore Musical Orchids 1943 78rpm