| July 30, 1941
|| July 30, 1941 - Citation "In recognition
of patriotic service to her country." United States Treasury
|May 21, 1944
||Citation. Philco Radio Hall of Fame.
|| 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.
|| 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
| 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
| 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
| 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
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
|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.
|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.
||Nomination for the Best Female Singer. The Academy
of Television Arts and Sciences .
||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
|March 14, 1954
||Gold medal award for "courage and fortitude." Bellevue-Stratford
| Spring 1954
|| Goodwill Award for Courage in the face of Handicaps
|| 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.
||Trouper of the Year. The Troupers. (The Troupers
gave benefits and raised funds for needy children of theatrical
| 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.
||Recognition of Distinguished Achievement in the
Theatrical Arts. The Lambs.
||TROPHY. CCC Achievement
|May 4, 1963
||Distinguished Alumna Award. Christian College.
||Award: Missouri State Easter Seal Campaign Chairman
The National Society for Crippled Children and Adults
|March 28, 1968
||Citation (leather binder). U.S.O.
||Mental Health Award. Missouri Association For Mental
|July 12, 1973
||Newspaper Article. The Clinton
|July 17, 1973
||Proclamation. City of Clinton
||Certificate. Columbia College Board of Trustees
||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
||Plaque: “A Gallant Girl”. The Wounded
War Veterans at Walter Reed Hospital Washington, DC
||Membership Certificate Beta Beta Beta
||Tree Fund, State of Israel
||“Thumbs Up” Award, The Institute for
the Crippled and Disabled
||Appreciation, Theater Owners of America
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 email@example.com,
and I will be happy to expand the list.