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    • South Rampart Street Parade

    • Jazz; Jazz musicians; Sound recordings;Lewis, George, 1900-1968
    • George Lewis - New Orleans Jazz Club Radio Broadcast - recording of live concert in England 1959; Performers: Bob Thomas - trombone George Lewis Thomas Jefferson - Trumpet Alton Purnell - piano Alcide ""Slow Drag"" Pavageau - bass Joe Watkins -...
    • Caravan

    • Jazz; Jazz musicians; Sound recordings;Lewis, George, 1900-1968
    • George Lewis - New Orleans Jazz Club Radio Broadcast - recording of live concert in England 1959; Performers: Bob Thomas - trombone George Lewis Thomas Jefferson - Trumpet Alton Purnell - piano Alcide ""Slow Drag"" Pavageau - bass Joe Watkins -...
    • Shine

    • Jazz; Jazz musicians; Sound recordings;Lewis, George, 1900-1968
    • George Lewis - New Orleans Jazz Club Radio Broadcast - recording of live concert in England 1959; Performers: Bob Thomas - trombone George Lewis Thomas Jefferson - Trumpet Alton Purnell - piano Alcide ""Slow Drag"" Pavageau - bass Joe Watkins -...
    • Yes Sir That's My Baby

    • Jazz; Jazz musicians; Sound recordings;Lewis, George, 1900-1968
    • George Lewis - New Orleans Jazz Club Radio Broadcast - recording of live concert in England 1959; Performers: Bob Thomas - trombone George Lewis Thomas Jefferson - Trumpet Alton Purnell - piano Alcide ""Slow Drag"" Pavageau - bass Joe Watkins -...
    • Sweet Sue

    • Jazz; Jazz musicians; Sound recordings;Lewis, George, 1900-1968
    • George Lewis - New Orleans Jazz Club Radio Broadcast - recording of live concert in England 1959; Performers: Bob Thomas - trombone George Lewis Thomas Jefferson - Trumpet Alton Purnell - piano Alcide ""Slow Drag"" Pavageau - bass Joe Watkins -...
    • Nobody' Sweetheart Now

    • Jazz; Jazz musicians; Sound recordings;Lewis, George, 1900-1968
    • George Lewis - New Orleans Jazz Club Radio Broadcast - recording of live concert in England 1959; Performers: Bob Thomas - trombone George Lewis Thomas Jefferson - Trumpet Alton Purnell - piano Alcide ""Slow Drag"" Pavageau - bass Joe Watkins -...
    • Should I

    • Jazz; Jazz musicians; Sound recordings;Lewis, George, 1900-1968
    • George Lewis - New Orleans Jazz Club Radio Broadcast - recording of live concert in England 1959; Performers: Bob Thomas - trombone George Lewis Thomas Jefferson - Trumpet Alton Purnell - piano Alcide ""Slow Drag"" Pavageau - bass Joe Watkins -...
    • Limousine Blues/outro

    • Jazz; Jazz musicians; Sound recordings;Lewis, George, 1900-1968
    • George Lewis - New Orleans Jazz Club Radio Broadcast - recording of live concert in England 1959; Performers: Bob Thomas - trombone George Lewis Thomas Jefferson - Trumpet Alton Purnell - piano Alcide ""Slow Drag"" Pavageau - bass Joe Watkins -...
    • George Lewis in Osaka, Japan

    • Jazz;Jazz musicians; Lewis, George, 1900-1968;Performances;Cultural facilities;
    • George Lewis (clarinet) (jam session) at American Cultural Center, Osaka, Japan. Bob Greene (piano), George Lewis, Louis Nelson, Papa John, Emanuel Sayles, J. Watkins, Sandy and Allen, T. Hiramatsu.
    • George Lewis and Ragtime Jazz Band

    • Jazz;Jazz musicians; Lewis, George, 1900-1968;Marrero, Lawrence, 1900-1959;Purnell, Alton;Robinson, Jim, 1892-1976;Pavageau, Alcide, 1888-1969;Humphrey, Percy, 1905-1995;Barbarin, Louis, 1902-1997
    • George Lewis (clarinet) and Ragtime Jazz Band publicity (souvenir) photo. L to R: George Lewis, Lawrence Marrero (banjo), Louis Barbarin (drums), Jim Robinson (trombone), Alton Purnell (piano), Alcide 'Slow Drag' Pavageau (bass), Percy Humphrey...
    • John McDonogh papers. Folder 03-03, 1809-1846.

    • McDonogh, John, 1779-1850.; Gurley, Ralph Randolph, 1797-1872.; Guerlain, Lewis (L.H.), active 1784-1858.; Plantations--Louisiana--Management.; American Colonization Society.; Liberia--History--To 1847.; Slavery--Louisiana--History--19th century.;...
    • Chiefly letters written by Lewis H. Guerlain (active 1784-1858) to John McDonogh concerning the management of Guerlain's corn and sugarcane plantation, Long View. Guerlain discusses slave purchases, illnesses, and runaways as well as the status of...

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