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VINTAGE 1930s and 40s JAZZ AUTOGRAPH BOOK!<br>Over 45 Autographs, featuring many Jazz artists,<br>Among them; DUKE ELLINGTON, LOUIS PRIMA,<br>STAN KENTON, LIONEL HAMPTON,<br>CHUBBY JACKSON, ANITA O'DAY and more...<br>SOLD!

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Offered here is a great little autograph full of wonderful signatures from the 1930s-1940s.

It would be impractical to include images of every page, so please click the below links for a few highlights:

Click here to view Anita O'Day Page
Click here to view Chubby Jackson Page
Click here to view Duke Ellington Page
Click here to view Lionel Hampton Page
Click here to view Woody Herman Page
Click here to view Jimmy Dorsey Page
Click here to view Stan Kenton Page
Click here to view Lena Horne Page
Click here to view Ella Mae Morse Page
Click here to view Louis Prima Page

A full list of inlcuded autographs is below:

Duke Ellington
Jimmy Dorsey
Woody Herman
Ozzie Nelson
Lionel Hampton
Stan Kenton
Louis Prima
Willie Howard
Frankie Carle
Hal McIntyre
Freddie Slack
Bob Chester
Shep Fields
Boyd Raeburn

SINGERS/MUSICIANS (and the bands they worked with):
Harriet Hilliard ( Ozzie Nelson )
Lena Horne (2 autographs)
Anita Boyer ( Artie Shaw )
Nita Rosa (Xavier Cugat )
Betty Bradley ( Bob Chester )
Anita O'Day ( Gene Krupa, Stan Kenton )
Ella Mae Morse ( Freddie Slack, Jimmy Dorsey )
Lily Ann Carol ( Louis Prima )
Marion Hutton ( Glenn Miller, Vincent Lopez )
Chubby Jackson - bassist (Woody Herman )
Teddy Walters

Ray Bolger ( The Wizard of Oz )
"Baby" Rose Marie ( Jackie Gleason Show, Dick Van Dyke )
Eddie Bracken
Victor Mature ( The Robe, Samson and Delilah )
John Payne (2 Autographs)
Patricia Morrison ( Gung Ho!, The Pied Piper )
K. T. Stevens ( Address Unknown, Missle to the Moon )
Hugh Marlowe ( The Day the Earth Stood Still, Ellery Queen )
Helen Parrish ( A Dog of Flanders, First Love )
Rochester ( Jack Benny )
Malcolm St. Clair ( Born Reckless, The Big House )

Gil Lamb
Ben Rochelle
Jane Buhl
Belita - figure skater
Betty Lawford
Ada Leonard
Joey Storm - "The Radio Ace"
Lorraine - dancer ( Lorraine and Rognan )
Gerdy Erdey
Patty Thomas

The book is in excellent condition considering its age.

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Regular price: $750.00Sale price: $375.00

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