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    Billie Holiday (Lady Sings the Blues, Carnegie Hall, NYC 1944) Music Poster

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    Billie Holliday LADY SINGS THE BLUES (New York 1944)

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    Gjon Mili At the Jazz Jam Session, Billie Holiday Singing, New York City 1943

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