Walter L. Gordon, Jr., Lionel Hampton, and Charles Drew at the Plantation Club, Los Angeles, late 1940s
- Walter L. Gordon, Jr., Lionel Hampton, and Charles Drew at the Plantation Club, Los Angeles, late 1940s
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- [late 1940s?]
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- Walter L. Gordon, Jr./William C. Beverly, Jr. Collection
Charles Drew was an African American physician and surgeon who performed valuable medical research that improved the practice of blood transfusions and the storage of blood, allowing for the development of large-scale blood banks during World War II.
Walter L. Gordon, Jr. was an African American attorney in Los Angeles.
Lionel Hampton was an African American jazz musician and bandleader.
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Left to right: Walter L. Gordon, Jr., Lionel Hampton, and Charlie Drew.
Taken at Fatty Arbuckle's Plantation Club, in the 11700 block of Washington Blvd. in Culver City.
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- Subject topic
African American surgeons
Jazz musicians--United States
African American lawyers--California--Los Angeles
African American jazz musicians
Gordon, Walter L., Jr., 1908-2012
Drew, Charles, 1904-1950
- California--Los Angeles
- Resource type
- still image
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