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21. Portrait of Man Portrait of Man 1935 Autographed portrait of man in hat, signed "Loyally and Sincerely, your pal, Jack". Small Christmas card included which is dated 1935.

22. Philip Schuyler Philip Schuyler 1936 Portrait of Philip Schuyler identified on the back of the photograph as "To Joe & Madelin, the sweetest of all, Sincerly Philip Schuyler, 5-17-36".

23. Phil Levant Phil Levant n.d. Autographed portrait to Joe Sanders of orchestra leader Phil Levant.

24. Paul Whiteman Paul Whiteman n.d. Autographed portrait of big band leader Paul Whiteman. Autograph reads "To my pal Joe Sanders - Paul Whiteman".

25. Pat Flanagan Pat Flanagan n.d. Portrait of Pat Flanagan autographed to Joe Sanders. Below his signature is "WBBM".

26. Orville Knapp Orville Knapp n.d. Autographed portrait of orchestra leader Orville Knapp. Autograph says "To Papa Joe, One swell guy - Orville Knapp".

27. 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.

28. Nighthawk's Luggage Nighthawk's Luggage Spring 1926 View of the Coon-Sanders Nighthawks luggage while on tour being loaded onto a truck at Raub, Indiana, to be hauded to Silver Lake, Indiana. Sanders in his scrapbook captions this photo: "Loading the baggage...

29. Nick Francis Nick Francis n.d. Autographed portrait to Joe and Trudy Sanders from Nick Francis.

30. Mt. Moriah Cemetery, Kansas City, Missouri Mt. Moriah Cemetery, Kansas City, Missouri N.d. Exterior view, gravesite and marker for Joe Sanders located in Mt. Moriah Cemetery in south Kansas City, Missouri. Tombstone reads: "Joe" Joseph L. Sanders, Oct. 15, 1896 - May 14, 1965. A partial view...

31. Mrs. Joe Sanders Mrs. Joe Sanders N.d. Portrait of Mrs. Joe Sanders.

32. Mary Jane Sanders Mary Jane Sanders 1937 Believed to be Mary Jane Sanders, a niece of Joe Sanders, seated at a piano. See Box 12, The Laurelette, Loretto Academy year book, 1937, page 17, has this same photograph.

33. Little Orphan Annie and Sandy on Portrait Little Orphan Annie and Sandy on Portrait n.d. Portrait of Harold Gray with his Little Orphan Annie and Sandy characters on the picture. Says "When our pal, Joe Sanders, does it, it's music - But with us doin' it, it's just a racket, eh Sandy?".

34. KiKi Cuyler KiKi Cuyler n.d. Portrait autographed to Joe Sanders from baseball player KiKi Cuyler.

35. Kay Kyser Kay Kyser n.d. Portrait of band leader Kay Kyser autographed to Joe [Sanders].

36. June Meredith June Meredith n.d. Autographed portrait of radio personality June Meredith.

37. June Glory June Glory n.d. Autographed portrait to Joe Sanders of dancer June Glory. Autograph reads "To Joe (Teach) Sanders, I will always remember the fun we had on our shows. Hoping we will work together again and wishing you...

38. Johnny Johnson Johnny Johnson n.d. Autographed photograph to Joe Sanders of orchestra leader Johnny Johnson seated at a piano.

39. Joe Sanders' First Auburn Joe Sanders' First Auburn 1925 Full view of automobile identified as Joe Sanders' first Auburn. The wheel cover reads: "Joe Sanders - Coon Sanders Kansas City Nighthawks." Location not given.

40. 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.