Hi Gary,
  Thanks - but this is NOT the Heritage under discussion (There was also another UK Heritage which reissued classical vocal
recordings).  The label I'm interested in was a United States based label which issued much "Broadway" musical theater material.
  I am aware of Stephan Wirz site - truly one of the best on the internet, and have contributed a few bits of information to
his listings.
  Thanks for your reply!
  Cheers, Thomas.

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> Does anyone have, or know of an online listing, catalog, discography 
> of HERITAGE records (the US company) which produced, from what I've 
> seen, mostly 10" records of musical theater related material, but also 
> had a 12" series which included a Roland Hayes album reissued from 
> A440 label, and a collection of presidential speech recordings 
> reissued from Audio Archives.
> A recent online auction item was a 10" disc of John Carradine reading 
> Shakespeare etc
> catlg SD 100 (not the usual H-00xx series)......
> Thanks!
> Best wishes, Thomas.