Tonight's share is "The Glory of Christmas", a 3-record box set produced by Columbia Musical Treasuries in the 1960s. Here's all I know about it. Its album number is P3S 5363. Its executive producer was Betsy Cohen. Ron Lockhart was the producer, and Frank Decker was the engineer. It was recorded in TotalSound, which sounds very exciting. There are no musicians listed anywhere. Another Christmas Mystery.
What I can tell you is that it's a good, diverse selection of Christmas music - 48 songs in all. Secular, traditional carols, religious hyms - all here. Ultra-popular ("White Christmas"). Lesser known ("When Christmas Comes", "Joseph Dearest, Joseph Mine"). A grand collection of music.
About the artwork. The records came in a box set, and, honestly, I can't fit the box cover in my scanner. It's not a great loss, as the cover is not in very good shape.
So, here's a download link to a set of 48 Christmas Songs in A Columbia Musical Treasury. Enjoy!