Subseries P0088/2D - Photographs

Louis Metcalfe's International Band at Café St-Michel Herb Johnson doing his solo with the Louis Metcalfe Band at Café St-Michel The Herb Johnson Band at Club Matane Herb Johnson with a trombone Autogragraphed photo of singer/dancers Dick Saunders and Ella Mae Waters The Four Notes

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  • 1922-[198-] (Creation)

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357 photographs: 345 b&w and col. ; 12 slides ; 30 postcards

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(November 3, 1902 -)

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The sub-series contains photographs related to Herb Johnson's career and family. Included are various bands and combos in which he played and some which he led, including Gurley Brothers Orchestra, Roseland Orchestra, Herb Johnson and his Orchestra, Jimmy Jones Band, Marlboro (Connecticut) Jazz Quartet, and the Earl Howard Orchestra. Featured also are such nightclubs as the Café St. Michel, Club Belmar, and the Chinese Paradise Grill. The sub-series includes autographed photographs of performers and personal photographs of Herb Johnson's family and friends. There are photographs of the Seniors Musicians Orchestra at various sites.

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