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ROY CAREW GALLERY

Roy J. Carew in his home at 818 Quintana Place NW, Washington D.C. c. Feb. 1942 - courtesy of Edward J. Gottlieb Roy J. Carew lecturing on Jelly Roll Morton at the Washington Jazz Club, Washington D.C. c. June 1958 - courtesy of Harold Hopkins Edward 'Kid' Ory and Roy Carew at the Charles Hotel, Washington D.C. c. 1959 - courtesy of Harold Hopkins Roy J. Carew's house - 818 Quintana Place, N.W., Washington 11, D.C. - courtesy of Mark Plotkin

J. LAWRENCE COOK GALLERY

J. Lawrence Cook's son - Dr. Jean Lawrence Cook J. Lawrence Cook in 1968 at the Aeolian Company J. Lawrence Cook at the Aeolian marking piano c. 1968 Frank Holland with J. Lawrence Cook at the Aeolian marking piano J. Lawrence Cook Walter Nuss and J. Lawrence Cook
J. Lawrence Cook in front of recording machine controls at Larry Givens’ factory - courtesy of Lisa A. Fagg J. Lawrence Cook in 1962 at the Imperial Industrial Co. - courtesy of Jack Shaylor J. Lawrence Cook and Ken Vinen 28th September 1974 - courtesy of Ken Vinen

FRANK MELROSE GALLERY

Thanksgiving Day parade c. late 1930s - Frank Melrose, Wayne Freeman and his brother Ival (all on truck) - courtesy of Ida Melrose Shoufler Aunt Judy holding Ida, with Francene at her Aunt's left and Franklin below (all children of Frank Melrose) c. late 1941 - courtesy of Ida Melrose Shoufler Frances Melrose - courtesy of Ida Melrose Shoufler and Marie Jacobson

THE FORD FAMILY

(left) Henry Ford (Enrique Villalpando) at left of the group at a Canyonville School, c. 1937 Canyonville High School graduation class of 1942 with Henry Ford (Enrique Villalpando) in the centre of the group Henry Ford (Enrique Villalpando) holding his son Mike Ford, taken at Ford's restaurant, Canyonville, Oregon in 1945 Henry Ford (Enrique Villalpando) and 1st wife Betty Covey Ford in Reno, Nevada, 25th August 1946 Anita Gonzales Ford outside of Ford’s restaurant, Canyonville, Oregon, c. 1948
Henry Ford (Enrique Villalpando) outside Ford's restaurant, Canyonville, Oregon, c. 1948 Jack (John Francis) Ford with his grandson Mike Ford outside Ford's restaurant, Canyonville, Oregon, c. 1948 Henry Ford (Enrique Villalpando) and his son Mike Ford outside Ford's restaurant, Canyonville, Oregon, c. 1948

HISTORIC BUILDINGS

1443 Frenchmen Street, New Orleans - Jelly Roll Morton's childhood home Ezra C. A. Wickemeyer's wrecked family home, 300 South Third street, Richmond, Indiana - (courtesy of Mel Helmich and Rick Kennedy) Alhambra Theater Building, 334 West Wisconsin Avenue, Milwaukee, Wisconsin Alhambra Theater Box Office and Entrance, 334 West Wisconsin Avenue, Milwaukee, Wisconsin Alhambra Theater Interior, 334 West Wisconsin Avenue, Milwaukee, Wisconsin Alhambra Theater Stage, 334 West Wisconsin Avenue, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Hotel North, 542 6th Street, San Diego, California Topanga Beach Auto Court, Malibu, California, 1939 - (courtesy of the Topanga Historical Society) Aldine Square, Vincennes Avenue, Chicago - (courtesy of Millie Gaddini) U.S. Grant Hotel, 326 Broadway, San Diego, California Jelly Roll Morton's grave marker, Calvary Cemetery, Los Angeles, California Jelly Roll Morton's grave marker at foot of tree, Calvary Cemetery, Los Angeles, California
Aerial view of Delaware River Bridge and R.C.A. Victor Camden Plant Entrance to 6540 W. Sunset Blvd. Hollywood, California - (courtesy of Gary Rametta)
Dryades Market (c. 1950) at Dryades and Melpomene, New Orleans - (courtesy of The HNOC) Library of Congress The Lincoln Theatre - 1215 U Street, NW, D.C. Building which originally housed the Melrose Bros. Music Company, Inc., 177 N. State Street, Chicago, Ill.
3119 Broderick St, San Francisco, California U.S. Grant Hotel nameplate The Webster Hotel, 2150 Lincoln Park West, Chicago, Illinois 1211 U Street, NW, D.C. Entrance to 1211 U Street, NW, D.C. 542 Sixth Street, Historical Building Nameplate

PERSONALITIES

John Farrell Warren S. Trachtman Irwin Schwartz 'Perfessor' Bill Edwards Tony Romano Frederick J. Spencer M.D.
Ed Sprankle Frank Himpsl Robbie Rhodes Julian Dyer - Player Piano Group bulletin editor Bob Berkman - Chief Operating Officer of QRS Music Rolls Hal Smith - Drummer
Adam Swanson - Ragtime pianist Bryan Wright - Ragtime pianist John Jenkins - Jazz pianist Bob Pinsker Douglas Henderson with his Leabarjan #5 Perforator Ramsi P. Tick and Bob Berkman at the marking mechanism at QRS in 1980

MISCELLANEOUS PHOTOGRAPHS

Max Morath - signed photograph from Mike's collection Vaudeville artist Sammie Russell mentioned by Jelly Roll on Library of Congress AFS 1659-B. Sammie Russell was also known as Bilo - courtesy of Paige van Vorst Jelly Roll's father, Edward J. Lamothe, taken from his passport application No. 102083 dated 20th October 1920 Eubie Blake - signed photograph from Mike's collection Max Kortlander Alan Lomax
'Kid' Ory singing with Booker Coleman Band c. 1959 - courtesy of Harold Hopkins Danny Barker's Steamboat Stompers at Jimmy Ryan's - courtesy of Don Rouse right to left : Lucille and Louis Armstrong with Erroll Garner (standing) c. 1959 - courtesy of Harold Hopkins right to left : Ernie Anderson (Armstrong's agent/promoter) Louis and Lucille Armstrong with Erroll Garner c. 1959 - courtesy of Harold Hopkins right to left : Emerson Parker, Merrill Hammond, Tom Delaney and Tommy Lodge c. 1959 - courtesy of Harold Hopkins Tommy Benford and Laurie Wright
George W. Kay and Wilbur De Paris, 1955 - courtesy of Peter Vickers Danny Barker at an unknown venue, Washington, DC. c. 1957 - courtesy of Harold Hopkins Sidney de Paris - courtesy of Don Rouse Sidney de Paris - courtesy of Don Rouse Edward 'Kid' Ory - courtesy of Don Rouse Tony Jackson
This Is Jazz radio program, broadcast on 21st June 1947 from the WOR New York studio - courtesy of Don Rouse This Is Jazz radio program, broadcast on 21st June 1947 from the WOR New York studio - courtesy of Don Rouse Baby Dodds (d); Bunty Pendelton (p); Marty Marsala (tp) 'Jazz on the River' c. July 1947 - courtesy of Don Rouse
Ignace Colas and his wife Eugénie Amède Colas, c. 1955 - courtesy of Mali Colas Gene Rodemich and his Brunswick Orchestra - courtesy of Hope Conley Lang Steven Bentley's hand-built music roll perforator Mike's hand-built music roll perforator Set for Mike's 1976 player piano concert at Aston University Set for Mike's 1987 player piano concert at the Library Theatre Solihull

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