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 Image: Title: Date: Description:

1. Biography of Joe Sanders (1896-1965), Musician Biography of Joe Sanders (1896-1965), Musician 2008

2. Joe Sanders and Orchestra Group Joe Sanders and Orchestra Group 1950 A Kodak faded color photograph identified on the back as "Our truck and some of the boys - Ft. Worth, Texas, Oct. 12, 1950, leaving for California". They are identified as Stu Irwin, Bob Barns, Hale Rood,...

3. Coon-Sanders Nighthawks Coon-Sanders Nighthawks June 27, 1905 A portion of this book gives information on Carleton Coon and Joe Sanders and their musical group called The Nighthawks, "the most successful and influential of the early white bands to come out of Kansas...

4. Coon-Sanders Novelty Orchestra Coon-Sanders Novelty Orchestra April 1923 According to Edmiston's book, this view of the group was taken at the Newman Theater in Kansas City, Missouri. "Band's skit to accompany Charlie Chaplin's film "The Pilgrim". The garb and Chaplinesque...

5. Carlton Coon Rites Friday Carlton Coon Rites Friday May 5, 1932 Article announcing the death of Carleton Coon and the arrival of his body in Kansas City. Coon died May 4, 1932 in Chicago as a result of blood poisoning caused by an abcessed jaw.

6. Rites for Carlton Coon Rites for Carlton Coon May 6, 1932 Article describing the funeral of Carleton Coon, co-director of the Coon-Sanders Orchestra. The services were conducted by a minister of the Third Church of Christ Scientist, and Coon was buried in Mt....

7. Ferde Grofe Ferde Grofe n.d. Autographed and signed half-body portrait of composer and arranger Ferde Grofe.

8. Autographed Photograph Autographed Photograph n.d. Autographed photo to Joe Sanders from two men identified as Bill and Jack. Autograph reads, "We'll never forget the "Black Hawk and Joe", Bill & Jack." Written on the top of photo reads, "To the best left-hander...

9. Quin Ryan Quin Ryan n.d. Autographed photograph of Chicago station WGN radio announcer Quin Ryan seated in front of a microphone. Autographed as "To one of radio's greats - and a great guy, Joe Sanders - Quin Ryan".

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

11. Dean Stevenson Dean Stevenson n.d. Autographed photograph to Joe Sanders of percussionist Dean Stevenson seated with drums and other instruments.

12. Autographed Photograph Autographed Photograph Autographed photograph, "To my dear friend Joe, the old left hander, All the best always Bill Terulant (?), Jack Hylton ?, May 19? .

13. Autographed Portrait Autographed Portrait n.d. Autographed portrait of a woman. Signature is unreadable.

14. George Givot George Givot 1936 Autographed portrait of actor George Givot, dated April, 1936.

15. Horace Heidt Horace Heidt n.d. Autographed portrait of band leader Horace Heidt. Autograph reads "To Joe, may my entire organization congratulate you on your outstanding success-Sincerely Horace Heidt".

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

17. Bill Baldwin Bill Baldwin n.d. Autographed portrait of Bill Baldwin. Autographed as "To my very good friend Joe to whom I owe everything-Bill Baldwin".

18. Bob Hawk Bob Hawk n.d. Autographed portrait of Bob Hawk. Reads "I'm looking right at Joe. He's a great guy, Bob Hawk".

19. Carl Ed Carl Ed 1936 Autographed portrait of cartoonist Carl Ed. Autograph reads: "To Joe Sanders- One swell musician - and one grand guy - 1936 - Carl Ed." Ed was the creator of the teen comic strip first called "Seventeen"...

20. Charles P. Hughes Charles P. Hughes 1936 Autographed portrait of Charles P. Hughes, leading man of radio show The First Nighter. Autograph reads "To my dear good friend Joe Sanders whose delightful music has given me hours of enjoyment. Sincerely...