University Recording Company

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Founded1945 (1945)
Defunct1947 (1947)
Country of originUnited States

University Recording Company is a Hollywood based record label that existed from 1945 to 1947. The label operated exclusively via sales through the U.S. Mail, and its president was composer/songwriter Jimmy Richards.[1] The label released 78rpm records by musicians such as Red Nichols, Pinky Tomlin, Al Donahue, and The Ginger Snaps.

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Disk Sales Thru Mails". Billboard, December 28, 1946. (Google Books link)
Further reading
  • Entry for "University Recording Company". Allan Sutton, American Record Companies and Producers, 1888 - 1950. Mainspring Press, 2018. ISBN 978-0-9973333-3-6.