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July 30, 1941  July 30, 1941 - Citation "In recognition of patriotic service to her country." United States Treasury Department.
May 21, 1944 Citation. Philco Radio Hall of Fame.
1945  Citation for "Meritorious service." National War Fund.
October 3, 1945 Green Room Award from the Nash-Kelvinator Musical Showroom, a half hour musical show hosted by the Andrews Sisters, in recognition of her contribution to entertainment.
1948 Plaque for Service and Devotion to Armed Forces during World War II. American Veterans of World War II.
February 22, 1949 Citation for Contribution to unity and Brotherhood." National Conference of Christians and Jews.
May 16, 1951  Plaque for "Untiring efforts and unselfishness in entertaining men of the Armed Forces." Jewish War Veterans of New York.
June 4, 1951  Citation "In honor of her voice, courage, modesty, which notwithstanding international fame as a star has kept her loyal to her Alma Mater." Christian College Honor Service Award.
June 7, 1951  Honorary Degree of Doctor of Music. Cincinnati Conservatory of Music.
October 5, 1951  Citation from National Society for Crippled Children and Adults.
November, 1951  Plaque. Annual award for building "morale of orthopedically handicapped." New York Philanthropic League of United Order, True Sisters, Inc.
November 12, 1951  Citation "for outstanding services to charitable endeavors." American National Theater and Academy Dinner.
March 24, 1952 Citation for "efforts and devotion to men and women of Armed Forces on fighting fronts, and wherever duty called." U.S.O. Camp Shows.
April 3, 1952  Citation for "inspiration, example, great courage, substantial contribution to morale of Armed Forces. The Independent Theater Owners Association.
April 26, 1952  Plaque as "record of achievement in the field of human relations.” Yiddish Theatrical Alliance 1951 Humanitarian Award.
February 5, 1952 Plaque for magnificent contributions to "With A Song in My Heart." Photoplay Magazine Gold Medal Award.
June 10, 1952 Citation for "Citizen of High Order, consistant friend, promoter of the ideals of youth." Ardmore Junior High School, Ardmore, Pennsylvania.
June 26, 1952 Honorary Chairmanship of Foundation Citation. National Nephrosis Foundation, Inc.
November, 1952 Woman of Achievement Medallion. Women's International Exposition.
March 1953 Certificate of Honor for "Distinguished achievement in 1953 Red Cross Fund." American National Red Cross .
March 5, 1953 New York State Association for Crippled Children. "Service Award for Chairman of the 1953 Red Cross Fund."/ Chairman of the 1953 Easter Seal Appeal
April 23, 1953 Veterans of Foreign Wars Loyalty Award. Chairman of Entertainment Industry Committee of NY County Council.
May 14, 1953 Junior Achievement Award Medallion for inspiration to youth.
Johns Manville Corporation.
May 15, 1953 1953 Americanism Citation, for "maintaining morale of men in Armed Forces in War and Peace." Long Island Chapter of Knights of Columbus.
June 8, 1953 “Thank You Note.” White House, Dwight D. Eisenhower.
October 21, 1953 Honorary Membership in The New York Chapter of Hadassah.
November 19, 1953 A gold record for selling one million of her records. Capitol Records
November 21, 1953 Personality of the Year Award. Variety Club of Washington Tent No. 11.
November 29, 1953 Noted Well Known Entertainer. Orchid Award TV Program.
1954 Nomination for the Best Female Singer. The Academy of Television Arts and Sciences .
1954 Share Your Knowledge Award. The Philadelphia Club of Printing House Craftsman.
February 11, 1954 Membership. The Actors Fund of America
March 8, 1954 The Woman of the Year for 1953. The Boston Press Club.
March 14, 1954 Gold medal award for "courage and fortitude." Bellevue-Stratford Hotel, Philadelphia.
Spring 1954  Goodwill Award for Courage in the face of Handicaps
Spring 1954 Outstanding Achievement Award in Veteran Welfare. Annual Citation for World War II Service, Catholic War Veterans Department of New York
October 14, 1954 Handicapped People's Award for Inspiration.
1955 Trouper of the Year. The Troupers. (The Troupers gave benefits and raised funds for needy children of theatrical families.)
February, 1955 Outstanding Television Personality of the Year. Baltimore Advertisers. The Advertising Club of Baltimore
March 20, 1955 B'nai B'rith Award for citizenship . The Metropolitan Council of B’Nai B’rith
May 26, 1955 American Legion Award for "inspiring and continuous service to veterans at home and overseas." The Dan Tallon Post No. 678 American Legion.
May 1957 Recognition of Distinguished Achievement in the Theatrical Arts. The Lambs.
1962 TROPHY. CCC Achievement
May 4, 1963 Distinguished Alumna Award. Christian College.
1967 Award: Missouri State Easter Seal Campaign Chairman
The National Society for Crippled Children and Adults
March 28, 1968 Citation (leather binder). U.S.O.
1971 Mental Health Award. Missouri Association For Mental Health.
July 12, 1973 Newspaper Article. The Clinton
July 17, 1973 Proclamation. City of Clinton
April 1976 Certificate. Columbia College Board of Trustees
1977 Honorary Life Trustee Trophy. The Menninger Foundation
April 7, 1981 Proclamation: Jane Froman Day, City of Columbia
March 11, 2005 Proclamation: Jane Froman Day, City of Columbia
no date Plaque: “A Gallant Girl”. The Wounded War Veterans at Walter Reed Hospital Washington, DC
no date Membership Certificate Beta Beta Beta
no date Tree Fund, State of Israel
no date “Thumbs Up” Award, The Institute for the Crippled and Disabled
no date Appreciation, Theater Owners of America
This is as complete a list as I have been able to assemble so far. If you know of other items that should be included here, please email the information to me at winng@earthlink.net, and I will be happy to expand the list.