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    • 309 Bourbon Street. The Paddock Lounge.

    • Jazz; Jazz musicians; Bars; Nightclubs; Tervalon, Clement, 1894-1989; Trombone; Trumpet; Clarinet; Piano; Drums; Jefferson, Thomas, 1920-1986; Burbank, Albert, 1902-1976; Santiago, Lester, 1909-1965; Stewart, Alonzo
    • Thomas Jefferson (trumpet); Clem Tervalon (trombone); Albert Burbank (clarinet); Lester "Blackie" Santiago (piano); Alonzo Stewart (drums)
    • [Group of Seven Musicians]

    • Men; Women; Musicians; Trumpets; Violins; Trombones; Drums;
    • Seven musicians, six men, wearing suits and ties, and one woman, holding their insturments. Insturments include a violin, trumpet, trombone, drum, clarinet, and bass violin. Possibly Jazz musicians.
    • A Closer Walk With Thee

    • Jazz; Jazz musicians; Sound recordings; Radio broadcasts; Bonano, Sharkey, 1904-1972; Mangiapane, Sherwood, 1912- ; Tachantz, Eddie; Brown, Tom, 1888-1958; Souchon, Edmond, 1897-1968; Wiggs, Johnny, 1899-1977; Mcbee, Johnny; Burke, Raymond,...
    • New Orleans Jazz Club Radio Broadcast Featuring Johnny Wiggs (live). August 20, 1951.
    • After You're Gone

    • Jazz; Jazz musicians; Sound recordings; Radio broadcasts; Smith, Bessie, 1894-1937;Henderson, Fletcher, 1897-1952;Dixon, Charlie, ca. 1898-1940;Harrison, Jimmy, 1900-1931;Hawkins, Coleman, 1904-1969;
    • Bessie Smith with Fletcher Henderson's Hot 6. NOJC Radio Program, narrated by Rhodes Spedale. Track originally recorded in 1927.
    • Alabamy Bound

    • Jazz; Jazz musicians; Sound recordings; Music Performance; Pecora, Santo, 1902-; Gallaty, Bill, 1880-1943; Bouchon, Lester, 1906-1962; Martin, Chink, 1886-1981;Dupont, Ronnie;
    • Santo Pecora and the Tailgaters, Good Time Jazz. Recorded at W.D.S.U., Lou Wachtel, technician; Edmond Souchon, supervision
    • Alcide "Slow Drag" Pavageau funeral

    • Funeral processions; Pavageau, Alcide, 1888-1969; Jazz; Musicians; Crowds
    • Alcide "Slow Drag" Pavageau (bass) funeral street scene; Paul Crawford (trombone), ? (trombone), Gerald Joseph (trombone), Manuel Paul (tenor sax), ? (tuba), Andrew Jefferson (snare drum), Booker T Glass (bass drum), Andy Anderson (trumpet), Milton...
    • Alexander's Ragtime Band

    • Jazz; Jazz musicians; Sound recordings; Radio broadcasts; Smith, Bessie, 1894-1937;Henderson, Fletcher, 1897-1952;Dixon, Charlie, ca. 1898-1940;Harrison, Jimmy, 1900-1931;Hawkins, Coleman, 1904-1969;
    • Bessie Smith with Fletcher Henderson's Hot 6. NOJC Radio Program, narrated by Rhodes Spedale. originally recorded in 1927.
    • Alfred "Pantsy" Laine's Band

    • Jazz;Jazz musicians; Laine, Alfred, 1895-1957
    • Alfred "Pantsy" Laine's Band at Woodman of the World Hall. Entertaining over radio station W.(O).W.L. J.Cousin (drums), A. Legon [Legendre?] (saxophone), Alfred Laine (cornet), Sanford Mello (trombone), C. Cure [T-?] (piano), J. Treboquet...
    • All Night Long

    • Jazz; Jazz musicians; Sound recordings; Music Performance; Laine, Jack, 1873-1966; Souchon, Edmond, 1897-1968; Wiggs, Johnny, 1899-1977; Burke, Raymond, 1904-1986; Crawford, Paul, 1925-1996; Sciambra, Jake, 1910-; Pecora, Santo, 1902-; Mangiapane,...
    • Papa Jack Laine
    • All Night Long

    • Jazz; Jazz musicians; Sound recordings; Music Performance; Laine, Jack, 1873-1966; Souchon, Edmond, 1897-1968; Wiggs, Johnny, 1899-1977; Burke, Raymond, 1904-1986; Crawford, Paul, 1925-1996; Sciambra, Jake, 1910-; Pecora, Santo, 1902-; Mangiapane,...
    • Papa Jack Laine
    • All Night Long

    • Jazz; Jazz musicians; Sound recordings; Music Performance; Laine, Jack, 1873-1966; Souchon, Edmond, 1897-1968; Wiggs, Johnny, 1899-1977; Burke, Raymond, 1904-1986; Crawford, Paul, 1925-1996; Sciambra, Jake, 1910-; Pecora, Santo, 1902-; Mangiapane,...
    • Papa Jack Laine
    • All of Me

    • Jazz; Jazz musicians; Sound recordings; Barrett, Emma, 1897-1983; Frazier, Cie, 1904-1985; Breaux, McNeal, 1916-; Robinson, Jim, 1892-1976; Sayles, Emanuel; Humphrey, Percy, 1905-1995; Humphrey, Willie, 1900-1994
    • Sweet Emma Barrett
    • And they Called It Dixieland

    • Jazz; Jazz musicians; Sound recordings; Music Performance; Bachman, Jack, 1917-; Kmen, Hank, 1915-; Crawford, Paul, 1925-1996; Mangiapane, Sherwood, 1912-; Ferguson, Leonard, 1923-; Humphries, Bill, 1927-; Martin, Chink, 1886-1981; Souchon, Edmond,...
    • Crawford-Ferguson Night Owls
    • Andrew Morgan's Brass Band Playing on a corner

    • Jazz; Jazz musicians; Brass bands; Sousaphones; Trumpets; Saxophones; Trombones; Clark, Joseph, 1894-1960; Joseph, Edgar; Brunious, John; Howard, Kid, 1908-1966; Dejan, Harold, 1909-2002; Tervalon, Clement, 1894-; Streets; Men; Children
    • Red Clark on the sousaphone, Edgar 'Sambo' Joseph, John 'Pickey' Brunious, Kid Howard on the trumpet, Harold Dejan on the alto saxophone, and Clement Tervalon on the trombone, playing on the corner of Dryades and Philip Street.

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