Hogan Jazz Archive Photography Collection

Description

The general graphics collection of the Hogan Jazz Archive contains approximately 6,000 images documenting people, places and events important to the study of New Orleans jazz. Included among the photographers whose work resides in the general graphics collection are Ernest Bellocq, Arthur P. Bedou, Villard Paddio, John Kuhlman, Don Perry, Florence Mars, William Russell, Alden Ashforth, Lee Friedlander, Bill Gottlieb, Ray Avery, Jack Hurley, Grauman Marks, Harriet Blum, Michael P. Smith, and many others.

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Zardis, Chester
A photograph of young Chester Zardis wearing a hat., Image copied by Jim Robinson, from the Al Rose Collection., jazz@tulane.edu
Zardis, Chester
A photograph (from left to right) of Chester Zardis with bass, Louis Barbarin, Jeanette Kimball, and Al Rose during a recording session., Al Rose Collection, jazz@tulane.edu
Zardis, Chester
A photograph of bassist, Chester Zardis during a Louisiana State recording session on the Monteleone Roof., Al Rose Collection, jazz@tulane.edu
Zardis, Chester
A photograph of bassist, Chester Zardis, during a Louisiana State recording session on the Monteleone Roof., Al Rose Collection, jazz@tulane.edu
Zardis, Chester
A photograph of bassist, Chester Zardis, during a performance. Al Rose holds a placard that reads: Genius., Gift of Al Rose, May 9, 1986. From the Al Rose Collection., jazz@tulane.edu
Zardis, Chester
A photograph of Chester Zardis playing an upright bass., Gift of Al Rose, May 9, 1986, Al Rose Collection., jazz@tulane.edu
Zardis, Chester
A portrait of bassist, Chester Zardis, wearing a United States Army uniform during World War II., Al Rose Collection, jazz@tulane.edu
Zeigler, Gustave "Jack"
A photograph of Gustave "Jack" Zeigler playing the piano., Gift of Joyce Raymond, June 6, 1984. From the Zeigler Collection., jazz@tulane.edu
Zeigler, Gustave "Jack"
A photograph of Gustave "Jack" Zeigler (center) with four unidentified men in military uniforms., Gift of Joyce Raymond, June 6, 1984. From the Zeigler Collection., jazz@tulane.edu
Zimmerman, Roy
A copy of The Battle Against Bebop, an article by Peggy Mengis, April 10, 1949, published in The Times-Picayune States Item magazine, page 22. The article includes an image of Roy Zimmerman,p; with "Hook" Loyacano, b; Tony Dalmado, tp; and Frank Federico, g; in the Parisian Room., Contact photographer for permission to reproduce., jazz@tulane.edu
Zimmerman, Roy
A photograph of Roy Zimmerman playing piano with the Basin Street Six during the Fall of 1950., Gift of Harry Souchon Jr. and Elizabeth Souchon Jahncke, January 12, 1984. From the Harry V. Souchon Sr. Collectio., jazz@tulane.edu
Zimmerman, Roy
A photograph of Roy Zimmerman playing piano., Received from Plato Smith, January 23, 1996. From the Joe Mares Collection., jazz@tulane.edu
The Zion Harmonizers
A photograph of The Zion Harmonizers with Aaron Neville (in black) during a performance at the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival in the Gospel Tent. The festival took place at the New Orleans Fairgrounds., Gift of Alma D. Williams, October 1, 1996, jazz@tulane.edu
The Zion Harmonizers
A photograph of The Zion Harmonizers with Aaron Neville (in black) during a performance at the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival in the Gospel Tent. The festival took place at the New Orleans Fairgrounds., Gift of Alma D. Williams, October 1, 1996, jazz@tulane.edu
The Zion Harmonizers
A photograph of The Zion Harmonizers during a performance at the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival in the Gospel Tent. The festival took place at the New Orleans Fairgrounds., Gift of Alma D. Williams, October 1, 1996, jazz@tulane.edu
The Zion Harmonizers
A photograph of The Zion Harmonizers during a performance at the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival in the Gospel Tent. Festival took place at the New Orleans Fairgrounds., Gift of Alma D. Williams, October 1, 1996, jazz@tulane.edu
The Zion Harmonizers
A photograph of The Zion Harmonizers during a performance at the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival in the Gospel Tent at the Fairgrounds in New Orleans, Louisiana., Gift of Alma D. Williams, October 1, 1996, jazz@tulane.edu
Zulu Parade
Zulu Parade crowd at Gravier & S. Rampart. Mardi Gras Day, 1946., raeburn@tulane.edu
Zulu Parade
Zulu Parade- "Big Shot from Africa" float, Mardi Gras Day, 1946., jazz@tulane.edu
Zulu Parade Float
3) last float of the Zulu parade, King's baggage. S. Rampart Street. Mardi Gras Day, 1946., jazz@tulane.edu

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