06/074 Guide to the Rhodes S. Baker, Jr. Collection Baker Finding Aid Authors: Maristella Feustle, Ana Mendoza (Series 2, Sub-series 1).

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Guide to the Rhodes S. Baker, Jr. Collection 1924/1990 Music Library Overview of the Collection Rhodes S. Baker, Jr. Collection 1924-1990 06/074 Baker, Rhodes S., Jr., 1912-1967 14.00 English Music Library Biographical Information:

Rhodes Semmes Baker, Jr. was born on November 27, 1912, in Dallas, Texas. His father, Rhodes S. Baker Sr., was an attorney, and argued in front of the United States Supreme Court in 1901; Baker Sr. was also an avid art collector. Baker Jr. followed in his father's footsteps both as an attorney and as a collector. He graduated from North Dallas High School, attended Princeton University, and earned bachelor's, master's, and law degrees from Southern Methodist University. He served in the U.S. Army from 1944 until 1946, and was a tax attorney with the Department of Justice in Washington, D.C. before relocating to Houston in 1951. A devoted fan of Duke Ellington, he built an extensive collection of rare and unreleased Ellington recordings, frequently corresponding with Swedish Ellington expert Benny Aasland. Rhodes S. Baker Jr. died in Houston on November 25, 1967.

Access Terms

This Collection is indexed under the following controlled access subject terms.

Personal Name: Ellington, Duke, 1899-1974 Topical Term: Jazz
Administrative Information Acquisition Information:

Purchased from Rhodes S. Baker's widow.

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Conditions Governing Access:

Access to this collection is provided only by special arrangement. Please contact the Music Library for more information.

Related Materials:

See also: the Dennis Askey Papers

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Physical Characteristics or Technical Requirements:

Collection is housed in the UNT Music Library and in remote storage. Advance notice for use is required. Please contact the Music Library for further information.

Arrangement of Materials:

The papers are partially organized, but also contain considerable duplicate material; the arrangement is complicated by early attempts -- some 40 years ago -- to make sense of collection and catalog the recordings which came with it, which saw UNT materials and notes shuffled in with Baker's materials. The collection also includes considerable documentation of stages of assessment and organization in the early 1970s, the early 1990s, and 2008-2009.

Scope and Contents

The collection consists about 14 boxes of papers related to Houston attorney Rhodes Baker's research and collection of Duke Ellington recordings, along with tape recordings, 78 r.p.m., and LP records.

Detailed List of Contents id246798 Papers id61708 1 706929 id61712 1 1 Correspondence circa 1967 Scope and Contents

Photocopies of correspondence with record dealers and auction houses.

id61713 1 2 Correspondence, continued circa 1967 id61714 1 3 Ellington orchestra personnel Scope and Contents

Lists from various sources.

id61717 1 4 Ellington clippings Scope and Contents

Photocopies.

id61718 1 5 Ellington recordings id61857 1 6 Ellington bibliography id61905 1 7 Assorted papers id61906 1 8 Assorted papers, continued id61907 1 9 Listing of selected tune titles organized by record label id61908 1 10 Index according to Jepsen's Ellington discography id61909 1 11 Assorted discographical sources; list of unreleased titles id61910 1 12 Discographical sources, continued id61911 1 13 "Missing DE items" id61912 1 14 Discography duplicates id61913 1 15 Handwritten notes; labels for "Rose LPs" id61914 1 16 Index cards; "non-Ellington sides"; "index in prep" id61915 1 17 Materials from periodicals, catalog pages, additional envelope of Ellington newspaper clippings id61916 1 18 Blank pages and empty envelopes id61917 1 19 UNT Music Library documentation id61918 1 20 UNT catalog lists and card proofs id61919 1 21 UNT binder of organized documentation from Baker circa 1990 Scope and Contents

Copied from Baker's papers; compiled as part of an initial effort to digitize recordings.

id61920 1 "Miscellaneous data" binder compiled by Baker Scope and Contents

Includes: Index to Ellington Non-Commercial Material; an index of V-discs; Ellington Air-Shots Recorded on Shellac; Ellington 12" LPs; "Complete List of Multiple Master Recordings."

id61709 2 706935 id61695 2 Black and white photograph of Rhodes Baker meeting Duke Ellington id61700 2 Binder: List of Duke Ellington 78 rpm recordings which R. Baker transferred to reel-to-reel tape Scope and Contents

Includes listings by tape, a key to abbreviations used for vocalists, and an index by tune title.

id61701 2 Discography of Duke Ellington by Rhodes S. Baker Scope and Contents

Large brown binder with alphabetical tabs.

id61703 2 Stereo Tapes / Ellington Tapes Scope and Contents

"A" series of tapes consists of dubs from commercial releases and pre-recorded material. "B" series includes air checks.

id61702 2 Index of tunes dubbed to tape with numbers "PO-1" through "PO-17" id61704 2 Binder: Index of 78 rpm records by various artists id61707 2 Binder: "Misc. reels"
id246799 Records id248431 78 rpm records id248432 LP and instantaneous records id246800 Tapes Scope and Contents

Items are numbered by their reel (generally B-##), and where there is unissued material, reels are numbered by up to four individual tracks (generally B-##-#). Descriptions frequently refer to the openly accessible discography at Ellingtonia.com.

id264750 Goteborg, Sweden 1958 November 6 Scope and Contents

File number 001. No exact match in Ellingtonia. Date mislabeled as 11/18/1958, which would be in Switzerland (playlist doesn't match). Intro by Aasland says Sweden. All selections released on this track (tracks Ellingtonia calls unissued don't appear, and recording runs straight through). Date confirmed on next track.

id264751 Goteborg, Sweden 1958 November 6 Scope and Contents

File number 001. Playing of Happy Birthday for Ozzie Bailey's birthday matches second concert on 11/6. First two and last medley selections unissued. Happy Birthday also unissued. Ellingtonia lists Hi Fi Fo Fum as unissued, but it does not appear on the recording.

id264752 Stockholm, Sweden 1959 September 26 Scope and Contents

File number 002. Mislabeled as 9/29/1959. Presence of Passion Flower indicates second concert on 9/26. Vast majority unreleased, except for Such Sweet Thunder, Kinda Dukish / Rockin' in Rhythm, Passion Flower, and Satin Doll (in medley).

id264753 Stockholm, Sweden 1959 September 26 Scope and Contents

File number 002. Continues concert. Recording does not contain VIP Boogie, Jam with Sam, or Diminuendo / Wailing Interval / Crescendo in Blue as listed in Ellingtonia. Ends after medley.

id264754 Metropolitan Opera House 1951 January 21 Scope and Contents

File number 003. Released. Appears complete.

id264755 Commerially released Scope and Contents

File number 003.

id264756 "Same tune: different arrang." Scope and Contents

File number 004.

id264757 "Same tune: different arrang." Scope and Contents

File number 004.

id264758 Scope and Contents

File number 005.

id264759 WMGM Band Box, NYC 1953 February 2 Scope and Contents

File number 005. The Mooch, circa 5:00

id264760 Scope and Contents

File number 008.

id264761 Baker's commentary on released material Scope and Contents

File number 008.

id264762 Presumably released material, emphasis on Johnny Hodges Scope and Contents

File number 009. Labeled "Hodges - Paris - Aasland"

id264763 Ellington with Leonard Feather All-Star Band Scope and Contents

File number 009. 53:51 on track

id264764 Fargo, North Dakota 1940 November 7 Scope and Contents

File number 010. Released material.

id264765 Fargo, North Dakota 1940 November 7 Scope and Contents

File number 010. Released material.

id264766 Southland, Boston 1940 January 12 Scope and Contents

File number 010. Released material.

id264767 Commerially released Scope and Contents

File number 010.

id264768 Unidentified live recording Scope and Contents

File number 011. Partial match with March 11, 1967 (unissued) - adjacent A-Train and Sunny Side of the Street. Unclear if multiple live recordings.

id264769 Commerially released Scope and Contents

File number 011.

id264770 Commerially released Scope and Contents

File number 011.

id264771 Commerially released Scope and Contents

File number 011. Live C-Jam Blues (circa 1:05:00) and A-Train (circa 1:32:00) show as released from SoundHound (not 100 percent reliable).

id264772 Commerially released Scope and Contents

File number 012.

id264773 Commerially released Scope and Contents

File number 012.

id264774 Commerially released Scope and Contents

File number 012.

id264775 Commerially released Scope and Contents

File number 013.

id264776 Commerially released Scope and Contents

File number 013.

id264777 Commerially released Scope and Contents

File number 013.

id264778 Commerially released Scope and Contents

File number 014.

id264779 Commerially released Scope and Contents

File number 014. Around 20:00, an announcer breaks in to say Tricky Sam Nanton is on trombone. Origin unclear.

id264780 Commerially released Scope and Contents

File number 015. Baker notes "first performance of Fancy Dan" on 8/22/1945. Ellingtonia has first instance on 9/22/1945. Also Anatomy of a Murder alternate take (JRZSP 46267-1AA), and Ellington SESAC transcriptions.

id264781 Commerially released Scope and Contents

File number 015. Hand Me Down Love; Liberian Suite; Tone Parallel; Basie at 55:00 mark

id264782 Studio recordings, with alternate takes Scope and Contents

File number 016.

id264783 Commerially released Scope and Contents

File number 016. Likely additional alternate takes

id264784 CBS telecast, with Ella Fitzgerald 1965 March 7 Scope and Contents

File number 017. unissued

id264785 Tonight Show hosted by Art Linkletter 1962 September 19 Scope and Contents

File number 017. Musical selections released, interviews unreleased.

id264786 WOR broadcast Scope and Contents

File number 017. Possible Ellington interview (low audio)

id264787 Ed Case interview with Ellington Scope and Contents

File number 017. KTRH, Rice Hotel, Houston

id264788 WCBS The Way to Go / Sacred Concert 1965.0 Scope and Contents

File number 018. Interview with Dr. Brian Kirkland on The Way To Go, followed by WCBS (NY channel 2) telecast of Sacred Concert. Performance was 12/26/1965. Unclear when telecast was.

id264789 Carnegie Hall 1948 November 13 Scope and Contents

File number 018. See also: B-36b track 1.

id264790 WCBS Sacred Concert telecast Scope and Contents

File number 018. Continued from track 1.

id264791 Carnegie Hall 1948 November 13 Scope and Contents

File number 019. See also: B-36a track 2.

id264792 Barbara McNair, New York 1966 November 2 Scope and Contents

File number 019. Continued from track 1. Unissued.

id264793 Cullum Auditorium, Houston 1962 November 19 Scope and Contents

File number 020. Introduced by Ed Case. Unissued.

id264794 Cullum Auditorium, Houston 1962 November 19 Scope and Contents

File number 020. Continued from track 1. Unissued.

id264795 Ellington interviewed by Sven Lindahl - BBC prerecording 1963 January 25 Scope and Contents

File number 021. Unissued. Croydon, UK if date correct.. Revisit to rule out that this was another done in Sweden per Aasland's comments.

id264796 Stockholm, second concert 1963 February 6 Scope and Contents

File number 021. Continued from track 1. Unissued.

id264797 Stockholm, Tivoli Grona Lund 1963 June 5 Scope and Contents

File number 022. Probable date. Medley only. "And now we go for dancing" at end. Unissued. By process of elimination, June 5, unissued.

id264798 Stockholm, Tivoli Grona Lund 1963 June 4 Scope and Contents

File number 022. Duke says

id264799 Unidentified Scope and Contents

File number 022. Check names.

id264800 Stockholm, Tivoli Grona Lund 1963 June 6 Scope and Contents

File number 022. Continues B-39 track 1. Presence of Satin Doll points to June 6. Released. . Ellington announces music for dancing afterward. Compare dancing announcements for overlap.

id264801 Studio recordings Scope and Contents

File number 023. Possible presence of alternate takes on this reel. Container: "Aasland DE-1" "Chrono. DE No. 1" "Master"

id264802 Studio recordings Scope and Contents

File number 023.

id264803 Studio recordings Scope and Contents

File number 023.

id264804 Studio recordings Scope and Contents

File number 023.

id264805 Dans Inn 1963 June 8 Scope and Contents

File number 024. Continuation of B-39, track 3, released.

id264806 Dans Inn 1963 June 8 Scope and Contents

File number 024. Conclusion, released.

id264807 Stockholm, Tivoli Grona Lund 1963 June 9 Scope and Contents

File number 024. First concert. Confirmed by Duke announcing they'll be back at 8pm.

id264808 Dans Inn 1963 June 8 Scope and Contents

File number 024. More from dance date.

id264809 Swedish telecast 1963 February 7 Scope and Contents

File number 025. Not commercially released, but posted on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tMi0U1J8COA

id264810 Swedish telecast 1963 February 7 Scope and Contents

File number 025. Continuation of previous track

id264811 Stockholm, Tivoli Grona Lund 1963 June 8 Scope and Contents

File number 025. Concert before Dans Inn. Medley joined in progress (Mood Indigo), and A-Train at end. Ellington announces Dans-In after, unissued.

id264812 Malmo 1963 June 19 Scope and Contents

File number 025. Continuation of previous track, unissued.

id264813 Malmo 1963 June 19 Scope and Contents

File number 026.

id264814 Malmo 1963 June 19 Scope and Contents

File number 026.

id264815 Malmo 1963 June 19 Scope and Contents

File number 026.

id264816 AFRS Downbeat 1943.0 Scope and Contents

File number 026. Continuation of previous track.

id264817 Dans Inn 1963 June 8 Scope and Contents

File number 027.

id264818 Dans Inn 1963 June 8 Scope and Contents

File number 027.

id264819 Dans Inn 1963 June 8 Scope and Contents

File number 027.

id264820 Swedish telecast 1963 February 7 Scope and Contents

File number 027. See also B-44 tracks 1 and 2.

id264821 Commercial releases Scope and Contents

File number 028. With alternate takes.

id264822 Commercial releases Scope and Contents

File number 028.

id264823 Commercial releases Scope and Contents

File number 028.

id264824 Commercial releases Scope and Contents

File number 028.

id264825 Commercial releases Scope and Contents

File number 029.

id264826 Dans Inn 1963 June 8 Scope and Contents

File number 029. Continued from previous track.

id264827 Commercial releases Scope and Contents

File number 029.

id264828 Commercial releases Scope and Contents

File number 029. May include alternate takes.

id264829 Commercial releases Scope and Contents

File number 030.

id264830 Commercial releases Scope and Contents

File number 030. Emphasis on Ivie Anderson.

id264831 Commercial releases Scope and Contents

File number 030. Non-Ellington, Artie Shaw

id264832 Commercial releases Scope and Contents

File number 030. Non-Ellington, including Erskine Hawkins

id264833 U.S. Army Soccer Club, Wiesbaden 1963 May 25 Scope and Contents

File number 031. Beginning is on track 4. Unissued.

id264834 U.S. Army Soccer Club, Wiesbaden 1963 May 25 Scope and Contents

File number 031. Continued from previous track. Unissued.

id264835 7th Army Dining and Dancing Center, Stuttgart 1963 May 26 Scope and Contents

File number 031. Sgt. Bob Rich, announcer. Unissued.

id264836 U.S. Army Soccer Club, Wiesbaden 1963 May 25 Scope and Contents

File number 031. Beginning of concert. Unissued.

id264837 Band Box telecast 1953 February 8 Scope and Contents

File number 032. Probable identification, unreleased if verified. Distinguished from other performances by Ray Nance vocal.

id264838 Commercial releases Scope and Contents

File number 032.

id264839 Unidentified Scope and Contents

File number 032. Milt Grayson sings Lost in Loveliness and One More Once

id264840 Count Basie unknown Scope and Contents

File number 032. Match not located yet.

id264841 Stockholm 1965 February 2 Scope and Contents

File number 033. Unissued.

id264842 Ben Webster 1965 January 1 Scope and Contents

File number 033. Exact date unclear from discography.

id264843 Stockholm 1965 February 2 Scope and Contents

File number 033. Appears to continue Track 1. Unissued.

id264844 Marine Ballroom, Atlantic City Steel Pier 1964 July 19 Scope and Contents

File number 033. Complete. Last 4 tunes unissued.

id264845 Goodyear Jazz Concert 1962 January 5 and 9 Scope and Contents

File number 034. Through Kinda Dukish.

id264846 Unidentified Scope and Contents

File number 034.

id264847 Louis Armstrong in Stockholm 1962 May 25 Scope and Contents

File number 034. Released on VHS, present in Louis Armstrong House Museum collection. https://www.discogs.com/Louis-Armstrong-Stockholm-62/release/8213728

id264848 Esquire Awards, Ritz Theater, New York 1946 January 16 Scope and Contents

File number 035. Released.

id264849 Esquire Awards, Ritz Theater, New York Scope and Contents

File number 035. Released with possible exception of A-Train (check if before Blue Flame and Orson Welles intro)

id264850 George Shearing - live 1962 August 1 Scope and Contents

File number 035. Includes Armando Peraza

id264851 CBS telecast 1959 June 28 Scope and Contents

File number 035. Unissued.

id264852 Live recording, individually selected Scope and Contents

File number 036. Swedish announcer between tunes.

id264853 Live recording, individually selected Scope and Contents

File number 036. Continues previous track.

id264854 Unidentified Scope and Contents

File number 036. Things Ain't What They Used to Be; Mood Indigo

id264855 Keefe Braselle Show, New York circa 1963 July 31 Scope and Contents

File number 036. With dancers Noelle Adam and Swen Swenson - this: https://www.gettyimages.co.uk/detail/news-photo/rehearsal-for-the-cbs-television-musical-variety-program-news-photo/683453534

id264856 Konserthuset, Stockholm 1964 March 9 Scope and Contents

Tape alternately labeled as B-18. File number 037. Introduced by Benny Aasland. Second concert. Unreleased through Depk, plus Isfahan. Includes Jones, not listed in Ellingtonia.

id264857 Konserthuset, Stockholm 1964 March 9 Scope and Contents

File number 037. Continues previous track.

id264858 Basin Street, New York 1954 December 31 Scope and Contents

File number 037. Continues previous track.

id264859 Liederhalle, Stuttgart 1963 February 12 Scope and Contents

File number 037. Continues previous track.

id264860 Commercial releases Scope and Contents

File number 038.

id264861 Commercial releases Scope and Contents

File number 038.

id264862 Commercial releases Scope and Contents

File number 038.

id264863 Commercial releases Scope and Contents

File number 038.

id264864 Commercial releases Scope and Contents

File number 039. Short tape.

id264865 Commercial releases Scope and Contents

File number 039. Short tape.

id264866 Conrad Hilton Hotel, Chicago 1964 April 1 Scope and Contents

File number 040. Tentative identification. Unissued if ID verifies.

id264867 CBS - The Twentieth Century 1964 July 6 Scope and Contents

File number 040. Hosted by Walter Cronkite, CBS telecast about Ellington in Japan. Unissued aside from broadcast

id264868 Count Basie interview 1962 August 9 Scope and Contents

File number 040. Refers to opening "tonight" at Grona Lund in Stockholm - date surmised from discography.

id264869 Duke Ellington All-Stars, Berlin 1961 March 22 Scope and Contents

File number 040. Date per announcer. Jeep Is Jumpin', Armed Forces Network.

id264870 Date with the Duke - Radio City, New York 1945 May 12 Scope and Contents

File number 041. Probable date. Released if date verifies.

id264871 Date with the Duke 1945 May ? Scope and Contents

File number 041. Could be one of multiple dates in May 1945

id264872 Akron, Ohio 1945 June 23 Scope and Contents

File number 041. Released.

id264873 Toledo, Ohio 1945 June 9 Scope and Contents

File number 041. Released.

id264874 Commercial releases Scope and Contents

File number 042. Introduced by Aasland. Aasland notes version of Johnny Hodges' Peckin' he says is unreleased, but it appears to have been released since the 1960s.

id264875 Commercial releases Scope and Contents

File number 042.

id264876 Commercial releases Scope and Contents

File number 042.

id264877 Commercial releases Scope and Contents

File number 042. Introduced by Aasland. One possible unreleased item noted around 28:20.

id264878 "Jazz show Sat. Jan. 16. 9:05-10pm Part 1" Scope and Contents

File number 043. Studio recordings and commercials. Apparent radio show, possibly from Ed Case.

id264879 id264880 Southland, Boston 1940 January [?] Scope and Contents

File number 044. Major discrepancies between Ellingtonia and Tom Lord discographies. Believed to be January 8, in which case unissued. Key characteristic is that Herb Jeffries is announced for Little Posey (Josey), but doesn't sing on it.

id264881 id264882 WEAF War Barn Jamboree: Ellington and Harry James 1943 May 1 Scope and Contents

File number 044. Ellington released, Harry James unreleased (per Garrod).

id264883 id264884 Cotton Club - Mutual Broadcasting System 1937 March 18 Scope and Contents

File number 044. Opening unreleased (East St. Louis).

id264885 id264886 Carnegie Hall 1948 November 13 Scope and Contents

File number 044. Released.

id264887 id264888 Ellington Scope and Contents

File number 044. Need to identify materials at beginning of tape.

id264889 id264890 Ellington Scope and Contents

File number 044.

id264891 id264892 Louis Armstrong "Cornell" concert 1954 February 25 Scope and Contents

File number 044.

id264893 id264894 Louis Armstrong "Cornell" concert 1954 February 25 Scope and Contents

File number 044. Continues previous track.

id264895 id264896 Al Jolson, Shell Chateau 1935 September 21 Scope and Contents

File number 044.

id264897 Bell Telephone Hour: On the Road with Duke Ellington 1967 October 13 Scope and Contents

File number 045. Replay here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=swvEsprdrh0

id264898 Teatro Lirico, Milan 1967 January 15 Scope and Contents

File number 059. First concert, unissued.

id264899 Ella Fitzgerald 1967 January 15 Scope and Contents

File number 059. Continues same concert. Unissued. Differs from Ellingtonia description.

id264900 Ella Fitzgerald 1967 January 15 Scope and Contents

File number 059. Continues previous track.

id264901 Teatro Lirico, Milan 1967 January 15 Scope and Contents

File number 059. Second concert, unissued

id264902 Teatro Lirico, Milan 1967 January 15 Scope and Contents

File number 059. Continues previous track.

id264903 Unidentified Scope and Contents

File number 059. May continue Milan concert after intermission. Not listed in Ellingtonia description.

id264904 Scope and Contents

Ellington 78 rpm records.

id264905 Scope and Contents

Ellington 78 rpm records.

id264906 Scope and Contents

Ellington 78 rpm records.

id264907 Scope and Contents

Ellington 78 rpm records.

id264908 Scope and Contents

Ellington 78 rpm records.

id264909 Scope and Contents

Ellington 78 rpm records.

id264910 Scope and Contents

Ellington 78 rpm records.

id264911 Scope and Contents

Labeled A-11 for digitization.

id264912 Scope and Contents

Commercial recording, Cootie Williams in Stereo

id264913 Scope and Contents

Commercial recording, Swingin' high with Ellington and Basie. Not clear if tape matches container.

id264914 Scope and Contents

Commercial recording, Salute to Duke Ellington with the Francis Bay Orchestra. Not clear if tape matches container.

id264915 Scope and Contents

"Misc Ellington"

id264916 Scope and Contents

No identifying info found.

id264917 Scope and Contents

Unclear information. "Count Basie" crossed out. Appears to be released recordings.

id264918 Scope and Contents

No identifying info found.

id264919 Scope and Contents

Commercial recording, Back to Back : Duke Ellington and Johnny Hodges Play the Blues

id264920 Scope and Contents

Old Misc. Blues

id264921 Scope and Contents

Old Jazz Bands of about '30's or '20's

id264922 Scope and Contents

Old Jazz Bands

id264923 Scope and Contents

"Miscellaneous tape 40" - at least partially released, but includes WOR interview of Ellington and Ed Kirkeby [sic], Nov. 1966, Harry James Bond Drive broadcast, 5/1/1943, Armstrong concert continued from Reel 41 above, among other recordings.

id264924 Scope and Contents

Continues BB reels.

id264925 Scope and Contents

Continues BB reels.

id264926 Scope and Contents

Wax Works of Duke Ellington.

id264927 id264928 Scope and Contents

Wax Works of Duke Ellington.

id264929 id264930 Scope and Contents

Wax Works of Duke Ellington.

id264931 id264932 Scope and Contents

Wax Works of Duke Ellington.

id264933 id264934 Scope and Contents

Wax Works of Duke Ellington.

id264935 id264936 Scope and Contents

Wax Works of Duke Ellington.

id264937 Scope and Contents

Wax Works of Duke Ellington.

id264938 id264939 Scope and Contents

Wax Works of Duke Ellington.

id264940 id264941 Scope and Contents

Wax Works of Duke Ellington.

id264942 id264943 Scope and Contents

Wax Works of Duke Ellington.