Walter L. Gordon, Jr., out with a group, Los Angeles, 1940s
- Walter L. Gordon, Jr., out with a group, Los Angeles, 1940s
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- Walter L. Gordon, Jr./William C. Beverly, Jr. Collection
Madeline Green was a "songbird," a singer who worked with Earl Hines and Lionel Hampton. She died in Cleveland in 1976.
Andrew Thomas worked as an investigator and interviewer with attorney Walter L. Gordon, Jr.
Beulah Honoré, a former dancer with the Regalettes in Chicago, and also an interior designer and milliner, was married to Gideon Honoré, a member of Duke Ellington's orchestra.
Maudine Simmons Creswell may have been married to Nelson Creswell; she answered to either Maudine Simmons or Maudine Creswell.
Earl Dancer was a theatrical promoter, who helped to catapult Ethel Waters to stardom.
All information concerning the content and description of the image was provided by Walter Gordon.
L to R: Andrew Thomas, Elizabeth (Liz) McCullough (visiting from Chicago), Walter L. Gordon, Jr., Madeline Green, Earl Dancer, Beulah Honoré, and Maudine Simmons Creswell.
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Honoré, Beulah, 1908-1985
Creswell, Maudine Simmons, b. 1912 or 13
Gordon, Walter L., Jr., 1908-2012
Dancer, Earl, 1895-1963
- California--Los Angeles
- Resource type
- still image
African American singers
African American lawyers--California--Los Angeles
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