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Louis Armstrong draws a trumpet and signs the side of a fans head. Nice, France,1961

Louis Armstrong drawing a trumpet and autographing the side of a young man's head in Nice, France. United Press International photograph, 1961 So cool!

Lucien Aigner 1939 Louis Armstrong in stage musical Swingin' the Dream

Lucien Aigner: Louis Armstrong as Bottom in the stage musical Swingin’ the Dream, a jazz version of Shakespeare’s A Midsummer’s Night Dream, 1939

Barry M. Goldwater, Ronald W. Reagan, William F. Buckley, Jr.

Barry M. Goldwater, Ronald W. Reagan, William F. - three political giants together in one room !

Portrait of Duke Ellington and William P. Gottlieb, WINX, Washington, D.C., ca. 1940  Photograph by William Gottlieb. Courtesy of the Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.  Featured in JAZZ: The Smithsonian Anthology

Portrait of Duke Ellington and William P. Gottlieb, WINX, Washington, D.C., ca. 1940 Photograph by William Gottlieb. Courtesy of the Library of Congress, Washington, D.C. Featured in JAZZ: The Smithsonian Anthology

Louis Armstrong, 1946 (William P. Gottlieb) and Orson Welles, 1937 (Carl Van Vechten)

Erroll Garner

Erroll Garner---auditory confections spun here.

Louis Armstrong - What a Wonderful World Played for the mother son dance where I danced with my son at his wedding. ♥

Louis Armstrong – What a Wonderful World

Song Selected for Poem Page Louis Armstrong “What a wonderful world:…Chapter. the Virtue of Wonder What a wonderful world - LOUIS ARMSTRONG.

Portrait of Ben Webster, Eddie (Emmanuel) Barefield, Buck Clayton, Benny Morton, Joe Marsala, and Cozy Cole, Famous Door, New York, N.Y., ca. Oct. 1947 Photograph by William Gottlieb. Courtesy of the Library of Congress, Washington, D.C. Featured in JAZZ: The Smithsonian Anthology

Portrait of Ben Webster, Eddie (Emmanuel) Barefield, Buck Clayton, Benny Morton, Joe Marsala, and Cozy Cole, Famous Door, New York, N.Y., ca. Oct. 1947 Photograph by William Gottlieb. Courtesy of the Library of Congress, Washington, D.C. Featured in JAZZ: The Smithsonian Anthology

Herman Leonard | Louis Armstrong, Paris, France, 1960

Herman Leonard Louis Armstrong, Paris 1960 “Making money ain’t nothing exciting to me. … You might be able to buy a little better booze than some wino on the corner. But you get sick just like the.

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