While it is currently undescribed, with no finding aid available, a substantial archive of Club 99 recordings is housed at the Belfer Audio Archive, Syracuse University. I don't have any details available - I worked at Belfer for 2 years and often saw the material, but never did any work on it.
MLIS, Syracuse University 2015
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Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] CLUB 99
This email is for anyone currently doing research on Club '99' Records.
I was Ellen Lebow's tape editor and did the shipping for the most of 10 years (1971-1980).
We worked out of her home at 42-39 81st St in Elmhurst, NY.
I never got into a lot of detail or history about the company.
I left Ellen in 1980. She passed away a few years later.
I have 99% of the Club '99' collection on LP and quite a few CDs.
I can give you a few facts which you may or may not have.
In no particular order:
Bernard "Ben" Lebow died in 1968. Unfortunately, I never met him.
He produced or help produce other labels such as Period and Scala.
Ben Lebow also hosted/narrated a radio program called "Great Artists of the Past".
I HAVE ONE OF THOSE PROGRAMS ARCHIVED.
Their engineer was the late David B. Hancock who was also a pianist.
Number 119, "Tales of Offenbach II" was never produced though the test pressing was.
I have it, though there is no listing of who the artists are - no paperwork