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  • Vee

    Peggy Lee - Vinyl Album Art - Jazz

  • Stormgazer

    The late great Peggy Lee, a favorite of mine (I'm a huge Jazz fan). Peggy was a singer in The Benny Goodman Orchestra before going solo.

  • Carla Klosowski

    Fever ~Peggy Lee

  • CHS

    Miss Peggy Lee was born in North Dakota. I picked this picture because of her pretty face and hair. She is part of this states history.

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