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Famous Records advertisement 1922.jpg
Ma Rainey Mexia Evening News 22_3_1922, part 2.jpg
Ma Rainey Mexia Evening News 22_3_1922, part 28388 viewsHere's the snippet on Ma Rainey from March 1922. The pianist Professor Snapp is Troy Snapp. He accompanied Mattie Dorsey on piano for two recording sessions for Paramount in Chicago in 1927. He also accompanied Kid Brown on Black Patti in Chicago around the same period. There is a photo of Ma Rainey with Troy Snapp behind the piano and some chorus girls from 1922 pictured in 78 Quarterly # 12
Gennett Recording Studio, Richmond, IN.jpg
Gennett Recording Studio, Richmond, IN7707 views
Puritan phonographs -22 June 1919.jpg
Puritan phonograph6385 viewsfrom the Sheboygan press of June 22, 1922 for Puritan phonographs
Monette Moore article 1962_21.jpg
Monette Moore article 1962_215240 views
1946 Paramount reissue program by Boris Rose.jpg
1946 Paramount reissue program by Boris Rose4815 viewsBoris Rose by the way started Paramount prior to John Steiner, but since Steiner was paying royalties to the WCC for the use of recorded material for his SD Records, he tried to sue Boris Rose. Steiner started his Pm 14000 series in 1948.
4581 viewsdemolition of Wisconsin Chair Company's remaining buildings in December 1967. courtesy Ambrose Mayer
bedroom furniture produced by WCC.jpg
Bedroom furniture produced by the WCC3388 views
Paramount blues records advertisement 1924 (Texas).jpg
3385 viewsThis is is an advertisement for Ida Cox and Ma Rainey records from the Port Arthur News (Port Arthur, TX) dated February 17, 1924.
parabolic microphone newspaper 1930.jpg
local fim takes over Black Swan 19243353 viewsHere's the (incomplete) article as it appeared in the Port Washington Herald of April 2, 1924, front page!

Alberta Hunter, J.C. Higginbotham, Victoria Spivey, Buster Bailey, and Lucille Hegamin at Van Gelder_s studio - August 16, 1961.jpg
"Songs We Taught Your Mother"3040 viewsTaking a break during a 1961 Prestige session at Rudy Van Gelder's studio are (left to right) Alberta Hunter
Jay C. Higginbotham, Victoria Spivey, Buster Bailey, and Lucille Hegamin. The album was called "Songs We
Taught Your Mother."

Broadway Records advertisement 8 June 1926.jpg
Broadway Records advertisement 8 June 19262908 viewsFound by Alex van der Tuuk
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