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[One O’Clock Lab Band Mexico Tour, January 26-February 21, 1967]

Description: Photograph of a group of people listening to a speaker. Man at far right in glasses, tie, and coat is tentatively identified as Leon Breeden. The dark haired woman is tentatively identified as Carol Lurie. This is one of a series of photographs taken during the One O’Clock Lab Band’s tour to Mexico, January 26 to February 21, 1967. The United States Department of State sponsored the tour, and the band traveled as representatives of the United States. Directed by Leon Breeden, the 20 member band and their guests vocalist Carol Lurie and pianist-organist Linda De Leon, toured for 26 days, giving 19 scheduled concerts and two impromptu shows at venues throughout Mexico.
Date: 1967-01-26/1967-02-21
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[One O’Clock Lab Band Mexico Tour, January 26-February 21, 1967]

Description: Photograph of a young woman standing at a microphone singing, with band members seated behind her. The microphone has a banner with several logos, including the words "Campeche, Camo.", suggesting this took place in Campeche City, Mexico. The woman is tentatively identified as Carol Lurie. This is one of a series of photographs taken during the One O’Clock Lab Band’s tour to Mexico, January 26 to February 21, 1967. The United States Department of State sponsored the tour, and the band traveled as representatives of the United States. Directed by Leon Breeden, the 20 member band and their guests vocalist Carol Lurie and pianist-organist Linda De Leon, toured for 26 days, giving 19 scheduled concerts and two impromptu shows at venues throughout Mexico.
Date: 1967-01-26/1967-02-21
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[One O’Clock Lab Band Mexico Tour, January 26-February 21, 1967]

Description: Photograph of a young woman being interviewed by 8 News at the Braniff International area of Love Field before the band leaves for Mexico. The young woman is tentatively identified as Carol Lurie. This is one of a series of photographs taken during the One O’Clock Lab Band’s tour to Mexico, January 26 to February 21, 1967. The United States Department of State sponsored the tour, and the band traveled as representatives of the United States. Directed by Leon Breeden, the 20 member band and their guests vocalist Carol Lurie and pianist-organist Linda De Leon, toured for 26 days, giving 19 scheduled concerts and two impromptu shows at venues throughout Mexico.
Date: 1967-01-26/1967-02-21
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[One O’Clock Lab Band Mexico Tour, January 26-February 21, 1967]

Description: Photograph of a performance in Mexico. Seen is a single female singer standing at a microphone, wearing a sleeveless dress with scooped neckline. She is tentatively identified as Carol Lurie. This is one of a series of photographs taken during the One O’Clock Lab Band’s tour to Mexico, January 26 to February 21, 1967. The United States Department of State sponsored the tour, and the band traveled as representatives of the United States. Directed by Leon Breeden, the 20 member band and their guests vocalist Carol Lurie and pianist-organist Linda De Leon, toured for 26 days, giving 19 scheduled concerts and two impromptu shows at venues throughout Mexico.
Date: 1967-01-26/1967-02-21
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[One O’Clock Lab Band Mexico Tour, January 26-February 21, 1967]

Description: Photograph of a young woman standing at a microphone singing, with band members seated behind her. The microphone has a banner with several logos, including the words "Campeche, Camo.", suggesting this took place in Campeche City, Mexico. The woman is tentatively identified as Carol Lurie. This is one of a series of photographs taken during the One O’Clock Lab Band’s tour to Mexico, January 26 to February 21, 1967. The United States Department of State sponsored the tour, and the band traveled as representatives of the United States. Directed by Leon Breeden, the 20 member band and their guests vocalist Carol Lurie and pianist-organist Linda De Leon, toured for 26 days, giving 19 scheduled concerts and two impromptu shows at venues throughout Mexico.
Date: 1967-01-26/1967-02-21
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[One O’Clock Lab Band Mexico Tour, January 26-February 21, 1967]

Description: Photograph of a singer in white lace dress onstage during one of the Lab Band performances. Tentatively identified as Carol Lurie. This is one of a series of photographs taken during the One O’Clock Lab Band’s tour to Mexico, January 26 to February 21, 1967. The United States Department of State sponsored the tour, and the band traveled as representatives of the United States. Directed by Leon Breeden, the 20 member band and their guests vocalist Carol Lurie and pianist-organist Linda De Leon, toured for 26 days, giving 19 scheduled concerts and two impromptu shows at venues throughout Mexico.
Date: 1967-01-26/1967-02-21
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[One O’Clock Lab Band Mexico Tour, January 26-February 21, 1967]

Description: Photograph of a group of people listening to a speaker. The dark haired woman is tentatively identified as Carol Lurie. This is one of a series of photographs taken during the One O’Clock Lab Band’s tour to Mexico, January 26 to February 21, 1967. The United States Department of State sponsored the tour, and the band traveled as representatives of the United States. Directed by Leon Breeden, the 20 member band and their guests vocalist Carol Lurie and pianist-organist Linda De Leon, toured for 26 days, giving 19 scheduled concerts and two impromptu shows at venues throughout Mexico.
Date: 1967-01-26/1967-02-21
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[One O’Clock Lab Band Mexico Tour, January 26-February 21, 1967]

Description: Photograph of Carol Lurie standing among ruins during the tour. This is one of a series of photographs taken during the One O’Clock Lab Band’s tour to Mexico, January 26 to February 21, 1967. The United States Department of State sponsored the tour, and the band traveled as representatives of the United States. Directed by Leon Breeden, the 20 member band and their guests vocalist Carol Lurie and pianist-organist Linda De Leon, toured for 26 days, giving 19 scheduled concerts and two impromptu shows at venues throughout Mexico.
Date: 1967-01-26/1967-02-21
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[One O’Clock Lab Band Mexico Tour, January 26-February 21, 1967]

Description: Photograph of a performance during the tour. Onstage is Carol Lurie singing. Other members of the band can be seen in the background. This is one of a series of photographs taken during the One O’Clock Lab Band’s tour to Mexico, January 26 to February 21, 1967. The United States Department of State sponsored the tour, and the band traveled as representatives of the United States. Directed by Leon Breeden, the 20 member band and their guests vocalist Carol Lurie and pianist-organist Linda De Leon, toured for 26 days, giving 19 scheduled concerts and two impromptu shows at venues throughout Mexico.
Date: 1967-01-26/1967-02-21
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[One O’Clock Lab Band Mexico Tour, January 26-February 21, 1967]

Description: Photograph of members of the group during the tour. They are seen standing in front of a building with a large sign reading "Veracruz". The 2nd woman from the left is tentatively identified as Carol Lurie; the fourth woman from the left is tentatively identified as Linda De Leon; the man at left in 2nd row is tentatively identified as Leon Breeden. This is one of a series of photographs taken during the One O’Clock Lab Band’s tour to Mexico, January 26 to February 21, 1967. The United States Department of State sponsored the tour, and the band traveled as representatives of the United States. Directed by Leon Breeden, the 20 member band and their guests vocalist Carol Lurie and pianist-organist Linda De Leon, toured for 26 days, giving 19 scheduled concerts and two impromptu shows at venues throughout Mexico.
Date: 1967-01-26/1967-02-21
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections