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Catalog Number 2008.3.186
Title Concerts/Exhibits/Appearances - Advertisements/Brochures - 1910s-1940s
Object Type Papers, Personal
Collection Jack Bradley Collection
Description One in a series of folders dedicated to various advertisements and brochures advertising either Louis Armstrong performances or appearances and exhibits featuring Jack Bradley. This folder contains material from the 1910s through the 1940s. Contents include: Booklet for the "Sightseeing Tours of New Orleans" on the Steamer Sidney, part of the Streckfus Steamers and the boat the Louis played in with Fate Marable (booklet is from circa 1918); copy of a Lafayette theatre advertisement for Louis appearing there through June 30, 1929; copy of a bill advertising Louis's July 18, 1932 performance at the London Palladium (three copies); copy of a photo featuring a billboard advertising Louis at the Empire Holborn on July 31, 1933; original advertisement for "Mrs. Louis Armstrong and Her Kings of Rhythm" featuring "King Louie II" in Cincinatti, circa 1935 (original plus multiple photocopies); copy of an advertisemetn for Louis at the Golden Dragon in New Orleans, probably from 1935 according to attached correspondence between Jack Bradley and Richard Vacca (Vacca also refers to the Struckfus Steamers booklet found elsewhere in this folder).
People Armstrong, Lil Hardin
Marable, Fate
Vacca, Richard
Search Terms London
New Orleans
Year Range from 1920
Year Range to 1950
Caption 2008.3.186 - Steamer Sidney program (1918)
Accession number 2008.3