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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All-Star Marching Band
Teddy Riley, tp; during recording session at Ultrasonics Studio for Crescendo Records; LP entitled “New Orleans Parade” 1978-04 - Ultrasonics Studio, New Orleans, raeburn@tulane.edu
All-Star Marching Band
Wendell Brunious, tp; during recording session at Ultrasonics Studio for Crescendo Records; LP entitled “New Orleans Parade” April 1978 - Ultrasonics Studio, New Orleans, jazz@tulane.edu
All-Star Marching Band
L-r: Clarence Ford, cl, David Grillier, s, and John Berthelot, cl; during recording session for Crescendo Records; LP entitled “New Orleans Parade” 1978-04 - Ultrasonics Studio, New Orleans, raeburn@tulane.edu
All-Star Marching Band
Jack Willis, co; during recording session at Ultrasonics Studio for Crescendo Records; LP entitled “New Orleans Parade” 1978-04 - Ultrasonics Studio, New Orleans, jazz@tulane.edu
Allan Jaffe
playing an instrument, Mandavi Winery, Napa Valley, California, gift of the photographer, 1974-06-22. Restrictions, jazz@tulane.edu
Allan Jaffe
portrait, jazz@tulane.edu
Allan Jaffe
playing an instrument, Mandavi Winery, Napa Valley, California, gift of the photographer, 1974-06-22. restrictions, jazz@tulane.edu
Allan Jaffe
left, with George Lewis, gift of the photographer, 1965-04-01., jazz@tulane.edu
Allan Jaffe
left, plungerphone, with Raymond Burke, cane reed clarinet, gift of the photographer, 1965-04-01, raeburn@tulane.edu
Allan Jaffe
right, And Sandra Jaffe, left, Gift of the Kershaw family 3/25/2003, jazz@tulane.edu
Allan Jaffe
helicon, with DeDe Pierce, tp, Billie Pierce (partially visible), piano, and Willie Humphrey, cl., 707 First National Bank Bldg., Cincinnati, OH 45202. Gift of Al Rose, raeburn@tulane.edu
Allan Jaffe
helicon, Preservation Hall, 726 St. Peter Street, New Orleans, Louisiana, raeburn@tulane.edu
Alphonse Picou
The Eureka Brass Band with Harold Dejan, as; Peter Bocage, tp; and Wilbert Tillman, tu; at Picou's funeral., Gift of the photographer from the mid-1970s. Image can not be reproduced without permission.
Alphonse Picou
Portrait of a young African American girl at Picou's funeral., Gift of the photographer from the mid-1970s. Image can not be reproduced without permission.
Alphonse Picou
Musicians and mourners in the crowd at Picou's funeral., Gift of the photographer from the mid-1970s. Image can not be reproduced without permission.
Alphonse Picou
Musicians in crowd with backs to camera at Picou's funeral., Gift of the photographer from the mid-1970s. Image can not be reproduced without permission.
Alphonse Picou
African American girl standing on some steps at Picou's funeral., Gift of the photographer, mid-1970s; Can not be reproduced without permission.
Alphonse Picou
A crowd of people fill the streets during Picou's funeral procession., Gift of the photographer from the mid-1970s. Image can not be reproduced without permission.
Alphonse Picou
Creole George Guesnon and Mike Slatter at Picou's funeral., Gift of Al Rose, 1975-01-15
Alphonse Picou
Trumpeters, Albert "Fernandez" Walters, and Peter Bocage at Picou's funeral., Gift of Al Rose, 1975-01-15

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