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Stan Kenton

Description: Photograph of Stan Kenton, wearing a striped suit and standing in front of a dark wall with his arms raised. Imprint on the back: Capitol Records, Hollywood Master.
Date: April 1946
Creator: Mihn, Charlie

Stan Kenton at Capitol Records' pressing plant

Description: Photograph of Stan Kenton and a group of men at Capitol Records pressing plant. The group is standing around a piece of machinery. They are, from left to right: an unknown capitol plant worker; Jerry Duane (of Pastels vocal group); Eddie Safranski; Shelly Manne; unknown (possibly a Pastels member); Kenton; Pete Rugolo (arr); George Morte (bandboy); and unknown (possibly a Pastels member).
Date: 1947

[Stan Kenton at Earl Carroll's Theatre]

Description: Photograph of Stan Kenton with chorus girls at Earl Carroll's Theatre in Hollywood. Kenton is seating next to an upright piano and the girls are gathered around him; one of the girls has her foot on his lap. On the back: Stan and Erroll [sic] Carroll showgirls; Stan conducted orchestra; taken sometime in early '40's.
Date: November 1945

[Stan Kenton at Earl Carroll's Theatre]

Description: Photograph of Stan Kenton with chorus girls at Earl Carroll's Theatre in Hollywood. They are seated on a flight of stairs, with Kenton in the center surrounded by the girls. On the back: Stan when he was conducting band at Erroll [sic] Carroll's nightclub in Hollywood; sometime in early '40's.
Date: November 1945
Creator: Mihn, Charlie

[Stan Kenton at Schirmer opening]

Description: Photograph of Stan Kenton surrounded by fans at the Schirmer opening in Brooklyn, N.Y. In the photograph, Kenton is signing autographs and there are others visible in the background including Murray Boykin (Brooklyn salesman), someone hesitantly identified as John Cooney (N.Y. manager), and Al Levine (Newark manager).
Date: November 1946

[Stan Kenton with Benny Carter]

Description: This sheet contains four square photographs. The upper photographs show Stan Kenton with a man at a piano (left) and sitting at a table with another man looking at paperwork (right); one of the men is composer and musician Benny Carter. The bottom phtographs show what appears to be a road in the country (left) and Stan Kenton with a pencil in his mouth, composing music at a piano (right). There is also a partially obscured photograph of an unidentified woman at the top of the sheet.
Date: 1940~

Willis Conover: American Jazz #1

Description: The second part of a broadcast which featured Willis Conover discussing the music of Duke Ellington, followed by a translation in Swedish by an unknown speaker. This program occurred more than five years before the beginning of Conover's long-running VOA program, Music USA.
Date: August 23, 1949
Creator: Conover, Willis