U.S. record label produced between 1924 and 1930.
Records were originally produced by the Starr Piano Company (Gennett Records) for James D. Vaughan, a gospel songbook published based in Lawrenceburg, TN. The label was primarily devoted to fundamentalist religious material and Ku Klux Klan songs. This material was commissioned from the Starr Piano Company and did not appear on other labels.
During the last year or so, production of this label was taken over by The New York Recording Laboratories (Paramount).