This is an RCA Victor "smart set" from the early 1950s from what I can tell. The original three records are missing, but oddly enough, it's filled with 10 brand new RCA Victor 45s of light-opera and popular music, in cellophane and sleeves. I'm sure if I look around enough, I'll find the correct records, but for years I've just really enjoyed the box cover art and crude-but-effective typography.
I've found a re-recorded CD online with these songs, and also earlier versions on 78 records, and the same set of 45s. As usual, this online listing is not mine, I don't sell my stuff, lol.
• The Eyes of Texas • Alma Mater • Rambling Wreck from Georgia Tech • Anchors Aweigh • On Wisconsin • Victory March.
Not exactly Boogie Woogie dance music, or "Stairway to Heaven," THE prom song of all time for Boomers, lol.