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Puritan Records was a United States based record label of the 1920s. Puritan debuted in 1920. The label was owned by the United Phonographs Corporation of Sheboygan, Wisconsin. In 1922 the label was passed to the ownership of the Bridgeport Die and Machine Company of Bridgeport, Connecticut, which was also the owner of Broadway Records. In 1925 the ownership changed again, to the New York Recording Laboratories of Port Washington, Wisconsin, the parent company of Paramount Records. Later Puritans were all pressed from Paramount masters. The label was discontinued in 1927.
Audio fidelity on Puritan is below average for the era.[original research?]