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1. Bix Beiderbecke Grave Bix Beiderbecke Grave 1973 Exterior view, identified on back of picture as "Otis B. Zirkle at grave of Bix Beiderbecke in Oakdale Cemetery, Davenport, Ia., Sun. July 29/73. Photo taken by Geo. Williamson."

2. Bix Beiderbecke Grave Bix Beiderbecke Grave 1973 Exterior view, identified on back of picture as "Otis B. Zinkle at Bix's grave, Oakdale Cemetery, Davenport, IA., July 29,'73". Would be band leader Bix Beiderbecke.

3. Clyde Austin and Earle Roberts Clyde Austin and Earle Roberts n.d. Interior view identified on back of photo as Clyde Austin and Earle Roberts who played banjo. Indicates they are in Brian Rust's The American Dance Band Discography, 1917-1942. Both have correspondence...

4. Curt Hitch Curt Hitch 1972 Interior view of Curt Hitch playing at a piano. Identified on back of photo as "Curt Hitch at 1972 Coon Sanders meeting at Charleston, W. Va. Photo by O.B. Zirkle".

5. Curt Hitch Curt Hitch n.d. Interior view of Curt Hitch identified on back as "Curt at Pickens".

6. Curt Hitch Curt Hitch n.d. Portrait view identified as Curt Hitch.

7. 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...

8. Happy Harmonists Happy Harmonists n.d. Interior scene of six musicians identified on the drum as The Happy Harmonists, also known as Hitch's Happy Harmonists. Back of photo says "Hitch's Happy Harmonists". Believed to be Curt Hitch on knee....

9. Happy Harmonists Happy Harmonists n.d. Interior view of six musicians identified as The Happy Harmonists or Hitch's Happy Harmonists. Curt Hitch second from right.

10. Hitch's Happy Harmonists Hitch's Happy Harmonists n.d. Interior view on stage of the musical group Hitch's Happy Harmonists. Believed to be Curt Hitch seated at the piano. Autograph reads: "To "Punk" Burford, The band that helped to make jazz history in Indiana,...

11. Jenkins Music Company Store Display Jenkins Music Company Store Display n.d. Appears to be a view of a window display at the Jenkins Music Company Store featuring the Ted Weems Orchestra. Scene includes various instruments and what appears to be photographs of the band members....

12. Joe Sanders and His Band Joe Sanders and His Band N.d. Performance photo of Joe Sanders with his band.

13. Joe Sanders and Musicians Joe Sanders and Musicians 1935 Joe Sanders standing by the following seated musicians from left to right: Harry Shapiro, Bill McDowell, Harold Thiel, and Dale Stoddard. Photo is dated Oct. 30, 1935. Location is unknown.

14. Joe Sanders At Home Joe Sanders At Home 1961 Exterior partial body view of local musician Joe Sanders standing outside his home at 7626 Pennsylvania in Kansas City, Missouri. Photograph believed to have been taken by Harvey Rettberg or his wife while...

15. Joe Sanders At Home Joe Sanders At Home 1961 Exterior body view of local musician Joe Sanders standing outside his home at 7626 Pennsylvania in Kansas City, Missouri. Photograph believed to have been taken by Harvey Rettberg or his wife while they...

16. Joe Sanders At Home Joe Sanders At Home 1961 Exterior view of local band leader Joe Sanders standing in front of his home at 7626 Pennsylvania in Kansas City, Missouri. Photo believed to have been taken by Harvey Rettberg or his wife when they visited...

17. Joe Sanders Band Joe Sanders Band 1939 View of brass section of Joe Sanders Band taken from an airplane playing the song "Gold Mine in the Sky" during a special CBS radio broadcast as a salute to the 1939 Golden Gate Exposition. Jane Kaye sang...

18. Joe Sanders Band Joe Sanders Band 1939 View of brass section of Joe Sanders Band taken from an airplane playing the song "Gold Mine in the Sky" during a special CBS radio broadcast as a salute to the 1939 Golden Gate Exposition. Jane Kaye sang...

19. Joe Sanders With Musicians Joe Sanders With Musicians ca1940s Joe Sanders seated at piano with hand microphone and three musicians identified as his rhythm section. Identified as Blackhawk [Restaurant], 1940-43.

20. Knocky Parker Knocky Parker 1962 Believed to be piano player Knocky Parker seated on bed.