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Maurice Seymour (2)
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 Image: Title: Date: Description:

1. Joe Sanders Standing By 1931 Cord Automobile Joe Sanders Standing By 1931 Cord Automobile n.d. Exterior view of Joe Sanders leaning on his 1931 Cord with the Coon-Sanders Orchestra sign on the trunk.

2. Ted Weems Ted Weems n.d. Portrait of band leader Ted Weems autographed to Joe Sanders. It reads "To my good friend Joe Sanders with sincere good wishes, Ted Weems".

3. Jay Whidden Jay Whidden n.d. Portrait of violinist and band leader Jay Whidden autographed to Joe Sanders.

4. Freddy Martin Freddy Martin n.d. Portrait of band leader Freddy Martin autographed to Joe Sanders.

5. Jack Crawford Jack Crawford n.d. Portrait of orchestra leader Jack Crawford autographed to Joe Sanders. Autograph reads "Jack Crawford, the old 'clown prince' extends his right hand to the old 'left hander' in sincere admiration".

6. Coon-Sanders Nighthawks Coon-Sanders Nighthawks N.d. Joe Sanders at the piano, Carleton Coon by drums, and the rest of the Coon-Sanders Nighthawks. Location not identified.

7. Joe Sanders At Piano Joe Sanders At Piano N.d. Unidentified on stage view of Joe Sanders at the piano with his band. Coca-Cola advertising visible.

8. Joe Sanders and Band Joe Sanders and Band N.d. Unidentified location, Joe Sanders at piano with band on stage. Coca-Cola advertising on stage.

9. Nighthawks Luggage Nighthawks Luggage N.d. View of the Nighthawk band luggage at train station. Location unknown. One of the boxes has the name Carleton Coon and the Nighthawks on it.

10. Danny Barker Danny Barker n.d. Interior view of three men, only identification is man on left, Danny Barker, believed to be a New Orleans jazz musician who died in 1994. Location may be the New Orleans Jazz Museum according to a plaque...