About a month ago or so, I bought a box of shellac records at the Pima County Antique Fair in Tucson, AZ. Many of these are what I would call "home recordings" (this one comes from the Presto label), and the only family I have been able to attach at least one of them to is the Greenebaum family of Chicago. Those included or mentioned include Isabel Greenebaum, Carrie M Greenebaum, Walter K Greenebaum (all siblings), Walter and Dorothy Darling (son and daughter-in-law to their sister, Jessie), and someone named Don. The title of one side is "Philosophy--Of Life," recorded by I. Greenebaum on June 10, 1943. The other side is called "Round Table," and was recorded by "Don, Belle, and Carrie" on the same date. I have some more records "for Don" that I think were recorded by Walter and Dorothy, but I'd have to listen to them. There are also some records by what might be the Lovaas family, but I'm not sure if they are related to this family. I'm sure there are some Greenebaum descendants out there, and I'd be glad to find a way to get an .mp3 file of the recordings.