I can provide more info on the 78s that you have listed, I don't believe any
others were made by her. I have also transcribed the relevant bits of blurb
that Columbia put out in their record supplements.
Recorded London, August 26, 1926 Issued December 1926
Piano by Harold Scott.
WA3776-1 Please Sell No More Drink to my Father COLUMBIA 4125
WA3777-1 He Didn't Oughter (Riverside Nights) COLUMBIA 4125
Columbia 'New Records, Dec. 1926'
'Here is Miss Elsa Lanchester in the two great numbers that she so happily
featured in the "Riverside Nights" revue at the Lyric Hammersmith. The first
is a genuine pathetic(!) ballad of a by-gone day in the veign of the more
recent "Don't go down the mine, Daddy," and the art of the clever comedienne
has transformed it into one oif the funniest things imaginable. To miss the
vocal art which this record represents is to miss one of the choicest
specimens of humour ever recorded'
Recorded London, January 14, 1930
WA 9943-1-2 Don't Tell my Mother I'm living in Sin COLUMBIA rejected
WA 9944-1-2 Ladies Bar - COLUMBIA rejected COLUMBIA rejected
Recorded London, February 14, 1930 Issued April? 1930 withdrawn July 1935
WA 9943-1-2 Don't Tell my Mother I'm living in Sin COLUMBIA DB 81
WA 9944-1-2 Ladies Bar - COLUMBIA rejected COLUMBIA DB 81
Columbia 'New Records, May 1930'
‘Elsa Lancaster, the talented comedienne, has presented us with two
inimitable A.P. Herbert cameos, both conceived in the spirit of burlesque.
The maundering hypocrite who implores us at all costs not to divulge his
awful crimes and the fact that brewers have to keep their mothers (so what’s
the sense of knocking off the beer?) provide the foundations of a pair of
heart-rending tales treated in miss Lanchester’s own priceless style’