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  Partner: UNT Music Library
 Serial/Series Title: Publicity/Promotional Photographs (1940-1950's)
 Collection: Stan Kenton Collection
[Stan Kenton and singer Jerri Winters]

[Stan Kenton and singer Jerri Winters]

Date: May 1952
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of Stan Kenton, singer Jerri Winters, and an unidentified man holding a key (possibly a key to the city); a third unidentified man is kneeling to the right of the photograph, handing the key to them. The group is standing in front of walls decorated in photographs. Between May 20-25, 1952.
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Stan Kenton at Schirmer opening, Brooklyn

Stan Kenton at Schirmer opening, Brooklyn

Date: 1946
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of Stan Kenton and five otehr men at the November 1946 Schirmer opening in Brooklyn, N.Y. From left to right: Murray Boykin, Walter Rivere, Lou Ferrara, John Cooney, Stan Kenton, and Al Levine. The men are wearing suits and holding up cups in a toast.
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[Group photograph with Stan Kenton and Gene Norman]

[Group photograph with Stan Kenton and Gene Norman]

Date: 1948
Creator: unknown
Description: Group photo showing Stan Kenton seated at a table next to jazz impressario Gene Norman (2nd from left); several unidentified men and women are also seated on either side of the table.
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[Stan Kenton and unidentified men]

[Stan Kenton and unidentified men]

Date: 1944/1945~
Creator: Mihn, Charlie
Description: Photograph of Stan Kenton standing next to two unidentified; he is holding a drink and a box containing a piece of jewelry. The men appear to be looking at a decorative chain. On the back: photo by Charlie Mihn.
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[Stan Kenton with Officers]

[Stan Kenton with Officers]

Date: 1952
Creator: McDonald, PFC M.
Description: Photograph of Stan Kenton at the Civic Auditorium on Grove St. with two men, including Chief Warrant Officer Nathan A. [Cammack], leader of the Sixth Army Band in Presidio, San Francisco. Warrant Officer Jr. Grade Joseph H. [Trethewey] is standing to the left of Mr. Kenton.
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[Stan Kenton with unidentified people]

[Stan Kenton with unidentified people]

Date: unknown
Creator: McBride, Robert A., Jr.
Description: Photograph of Stan Kenton with two unidentified men and a woman standing in front of a large-patterned curtain.
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[Stan Kenton and others at Carnegie Hall]

[Stan Kenton and others at Carnegie Hall]

Date: April 9, 1950
Creator: Leonard, Herman
Description: Photograph of Stan Kenton with Harold Davison (British promoter) and Vic Lewis (British bandleader) backstage at Carnegie Hall. The three are sitting on a couch and two of the men (including Kenton) are smoking cigarettes.
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[Stan Kenton Shaking Hands]

[Stan Kenton Shaking Hands]

Date: unknown
Creator: Reni Newsphoto Service
Description: Photograph of Stan Kenton shaking hands with two unidentified men. The three men are standing in front of an ornately decorated wall and the man on the right is holding a cigarette and pieces of paper in his free hand.
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[Stan Kenton at the Newport Jazz Festival]

[Stan Kenton at the Newport Jazz Festival]

Date: July 1954
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of Stan Kenton seated while chatting with trumpeter Bobby Hackett at the Newport Jazz Festival in Rhode Island; Kenton's friend Vern McCarthy looks on. Two unidentified men appear on the background.
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[Stan Kenton at Sandia AFB]

[Stan Kenton at Sandia AFB]

Date: July 1, 1961
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of Stan Kenton standing next to Georgi Edwards (Miss New Mexico) and Jimmy Paul from station KOB (NBC) Albuquerque. The three are posing together behind a microphone on a stand; Miss Edwards is holding a large bouquet of flowers. Behind them, men holding instruments are sitting in rows. The photograph was most likely taken at the Officer's Club at Sandia A.F.B. in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
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