The Compo Company of Lachine, Quebec Ledgers Part Five 4001 to 5000


We continue today with two more sections from the ledgers of the Compo Company, who pressed dime store labels at this time for the English market, including Crown, Sterling, Domino, and Royal. The Quebec stores still received the Starr label for the francophone population. These ledgers come by way of Jim Kidd from Montreal, who convinced the Compo Company to let the ledgers be placed in the Music Archives in Ottawa, Ontario, and Jack Litchfield, for gathering the information in writing.

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