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Elizabeth Spencer
A Colorado Music Hall of Fame Inductee

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Elizabeth-Spencer

There is not too much information available about Elizabeth Spencer who was born in the 1880’s, a step daughter of Colonel William Gillpin who served for a time as the Governor of the Colorado Territory.  Spencer recorded from around 1909 until the early 1920’s.  She passed away in 1935.

September, 1911 – Edison 762 – “My Beautiful Lady” – charted #9

July, 1917 – Victor 36651 – “Gems from Ziegfield Follies, 1917” (with the Victor Light Opera Company)

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July, 1917 – Victor 18338 – “The Star Spangled Banner”

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July, 1917 – Victor 35651 – Gems from Oh Boy!” (with Victor Light Opera Company)

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July, 1917 – Victor 18409 – “My Sweetheart is Somewhere in France”

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January, 1918 – Victor 35666 – “Gems from Leave it to Jane” b/w “Gems from Jack O’ Lantern” (with Victor Light Opera Co.)

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February, 1918 – Victor 16412 – “There is a Fountain Fill’d With Blood

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March, 1918 – Victor 35075 – “Unfold Ye Portals” (with the Trinity Choir”

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March, 1918 – Victor 35678 – “Gloria from Twelfth Mass” (with Victor Oratorio Chorus)

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March, 1918 – Victor 35674 – “Festival Te Deum (Part 1)” b/w “Festival Ted Deum (Part 2)” (with Trinity Choir”

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March, 1918 – Victor 35672 – “Gems from Oh Lady! Lady” b/w “Gems from Going Up” (with Victor Light Opera Company)

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April, 1918 – Victor 16216 – “My Faith Looks Up to Thee” (with Trinity Choir”

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April, 1918 – Victor 18433 – “I’m Going to Follow the Boys” (with Henry Burr) – charted #10

May, 1918 – Victor 18452 – “If You Look In Her Eyes” (with Henry Burr) b/w “Blue Bird” – Charted #10

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July, 1918 – Victor 35678 – “Hallelujah Chorus” (with Victor Oratorio Chorus)

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January, 1919 – Victor 35686 – “Cavalleria Rusticana No. 7 – Easter Hymn Part 1”

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February, 1919 – Victor 16405 – “In the Gloaming”

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June, 1916 – Victor 18590 – “You’re Still an Old Sweetheart of Mine” (with Henry Burr)

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June, 1919 – Victor 35694 – “Gems from She’s a Good Fellow” (with Victor Light Opera Company)

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June, 1919 – Victor 35691 – “Gems from Listen Lester” b/w “Gems from Somebody’s Sweetheart”

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June, 1919 – Victor 35694 – “Gems fro Sometime”

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September, 1919 – Victor 31858 – “Gems from Rob Roy” (with Victor Light Opera Co.)

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December, 1912 – Victor 18638 – “Let the Rest of the World Go By” (with Charles Hart) – charted #2

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1921 – National Music Lovers Inc. 1006 – “Comin’ Thru the Rye” (as Jane Collins)

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June, 1921 – Okeh 4292 – “Look for the Silver Lining” (with Lewis James) – charted #49

May, 1922 – Edison 50899 – “Up in the Clouds” (with Lewis James) – charted #15

1922 – Nadsco 4043 – “Last Rose of Summer”

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1922 – Edison 50934 – “Cutie”

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March, 1923 – Edison 51097 – “In Rose Time” – charted #14

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