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LOVE - A 1961 New York Times photo, showing Louis Armstrong playing trumpet for his wife, Lucille, in front of the Great Sphinx and pyramids in Giza, Egypt. - Corbis - XX Century in Black and White Photos BBC

the incredible Nina Simone

Nina Simone - "Feeling Good," "I Put a Spell on You," "Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood"

Pearl Bailey & husband jazz drummer Louis Bellson were married 38 years. Reportedly fell in love while sharing a cab.

Pearl Bailey & husband jazz drummer Louis Bellson were married 38 years. Reportedly fell in love while sharing a cab. I Love Pearl Bailey!

Louis Armstrong  Louis Armstrong was a jazz musician that sang vocals and played various instruments, including the trumpet as pictured. He performed solo and with other performers right up until his accidental death in 1971. Satchmo’s image was immortalized in this photo.

100+ Portraits of Iconic People of All Time

Louis Armstrong (August 1901 – July nicknamed Satchmo or Pops, American jazz trumpeter and singer from New Orleans, Louisiana.

Louis Armstrong

What a wonderful world. American jazz singer and trumpeter Louis Armstrong - wearing a woolen suit, cap and argyle socks in London during his first tour of Europe, Photo by Frank Driggs.

Louis Armstrong - easy the greatest live show I ever saw featured Louis Armstrong. Unforgettable.

Jazz Trumpeter Louis Armstrong Waving to a Crowd of Adoring Fans as Their Applause Rolls over Him Premium Photographic Print by John Loengar.

Satchmo    Eliot Elisofon  (American, New York 1911–1973 New York) Date: 1950s Medium: Chromogenic print Classification: Photographs Credit Line: Gift of Photography in the Fine Arts, 1959  photo of Louis Armstrong

© Eliot Elisofon, ca. Louis Daniel ‘Satchmo’ Armstrong There are few photographers who can even say they captured Africa quite the way Eliot Elisofon did during his lifetime. Besides that he is.

c1895 Gold, silver, and rose cut diamonds by Dutch jeweler BC Reeser & Sons. 'It is performed in the neo-Louis XVI style, with addtl frames to convert the tiara to a necklace, brooches and hair ornaments.'

Circa 1895 gold and silver with rose cut diamonds by Dutch jeweler BC Reeser Sons. "It is performed in the neo-Louis XVI style, with addtional frames to convert the tiara to a necklace, brooches and hair ornaments.

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