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John Goto’s ‘Dreams of Jelly Roll’ (significant update)
Jean L. Cook Jr. : Early Academic Achievements : New York Age : 8th February 1941
Long-Gone Living Room Scene : Watertown Daily Times : 12th April 1972
Paramount Serenaders : Chicago 1923-1932 by Christopher Hillman and Roy Middleton
Do You Remember : The Kingston Daily Freeman : 17th December 1952
Alpha Delta Chapter Initiates New Members : New York Age : 2nd November 1929
J. Lawrence Cook : His ‘Monopoly In Music’ : New York Age : 22nd November 1952
“I Don’t See Why in the World You Treat Me This Way” : The Billboard : 21st May 1921
J. Lawrence Cook : “From Blues to Rhapsody in Blue” : New York Age : 12th July 1930
Song Writers : Advert : Dramatic Mirror and Theatre World : 19th March 1921
J. Lawrence Cook : In the Realm of Music : New York Age : 30th June 1934
J. Lawrence Cook : “Popular Favorites on the Player Piano” : The Leader-Herald 1955
The Voice of Broadway by Dorothy Kilgallen : Utica Daily Press : 23rd August 1957
Jelly Roll Morton : September 1926 : Bloom studio photograph (significant update)
Jelly Roll Morton : 14th September 1939 : RCA studio #3 photograph (significant update)
Jelly-Roll Morton and His Orchestra : July 1929 Camden photograph (significant update)
Jelly Roll Morton at Madison Lake, NY : The Waterville Times : 27th June 1935
Jellyroll Morton at Lake Amenia, NY : The Harlem Valley Times : 20th August 1931
Unknown Morton Radio Broadcast Over WNBF : Binghamton Press : 4th January 1929
Jelly Roll Morton coming to Madison Lake, NY : Utica Daily Press : 21st June 1935
Jelly Roll Morton at Madison Lake, NY : The Brookfield Courier : 26th June 1935
Jelly Roll at the Geo. F. Pavilion, Johnson City, NY : Binghamton Press : 4th January 1929
Jelly Roll Morton at the American Legion, Shamokin, Pennsylvania : 21st December 1928
New Melrose Novelty : Music Trade Review : 12th February 1927
Melrose Bros. Issue Two Blues Numbers : Music Trade Review : 5th January 1924
“Milenberg Joys,” New Melrose Bros. Number : Music Trade Review : 16th May 1925
Chicago Swingers : by Christopher Hillman and Roy Middleton
That’s Got ‘Em! : The Life and Music of Wilbur C. Sweatman : by Mark Berresford
Kansas City Frank by John Steiner (significant update to heading information)
Plan Final Rites For River Victim : The Vidette-Messenger : 2nd August 1955
A Note From Vancouver, B.C. : The Indianapolis Freeman : 27th December 1919
Jelly Roll and “Sidewalk Blues” Publicity : Music Trade Review : 27th November 1926
Wm. Hoy and Oscar Holden’s Jazz band : The Indianapolis Freeman : 23rd August 1919
Jelly Roll and “Doctor Jazz” Publicity : Music Trade Review : 12th March 1927
Frank Melrose in Hammond, Indiana : The Hammond Times : 16th March 1939
Stage Notes and Stroll News : The Indianapolis Freeman : 21st November 1914
Ezra C. A. Wickemeyer : WWI Draft Registration Card and Essay (significant update)
Photograph of Ezra C. A. Wickemeyer’s wrecked family home following gas explosion
Walter S. Farrington : WWI Draft Registration Card and Essay (significant update)
Frank Melrose in Hammond, Indiana : The Hammond Times : 10th March 1939
Photographs of Jelly Roll Morton’s Grave Marker : Calvary Cemetery, Los Angeles
Chit-Chat of the Game : Oakland Tribune : 20th June, 21st June and 22nd June 1908

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