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1. Carleton Coon and Eula Coon Carleton Coon and Eula Coon Circa 1925 Full body view of Carleton Coon and his wife Eula. Location not given.

2. Coon-Sanders Nighthawk Members Sleeping Coon-Sanders Nighthawk Members Sleeping Circa 1925 View of a couple of unidentified Nighthawks trying to sleep in an unidentified train depot while on tour. Sanders in his scrapbook captions the photo: "No! not dead Mexican insurrectionists! Merely two...

3. Coon-Sanders Nighthawks Coon-Sanders Nighthawks Circa 1925 Interior view of the Coon-Sanders Nighthawks musical group with insert portraits of Carleton Coon on the left and Joe Sanders on the right. Location not given, perhaps Chicago. Identified by Fred Edmiston...

4. Coon-Sanders Novelty Orchestra Coon-Sanders Novelty Orchestra Circa 1925 Interior view of the original Coon-Sanders Novelty Orchestra seated and posed with their instruments. Identified in Edmiston's book as left to right: Nick Musolino, Pop Estep, Joe Richolson, Joe Sanders,...

5. Coon-Sanders Original Nighthawks Coon-Sanders Original Nighthawks Circa 1925 Composite photograph identified as the Coon-Sanders Original Nighthawks. A portrait of Carleton Coon is on the top left and one of Joe Sanders is on the top right. Written on the back side of the photo,...

6. Henry Dewey Birge and Sara Birge Henry Dewey Birge and Sara Birge Circa 1925 Portraits identified in Edmiston's book as Henry Dewey Birge and his wife Sara. Birge was a Nighthawk banjoist in 1924-25.

According to Edmiston's book, p. 324 - Henry Birge was a banjoist for the...