Color photograph of American wind multi-instrumentalist, arranger, and composer Vinny Golia playing a bass clarinet. Double bass player Michael Elizondo is in the background. A baritone saxophone is also partially visible.
Collection of approximately 800 digitized photographs and other items collected by Walter L. Gordon, Jr. and given to William C. Beverly, Jr., who donated the collection to UCLA. Collection includes photos given to Walter by his former boss, Charlotta Bass, publisher of the California Eagle, as well as other photos he collected. Photos largely depict African American social life and family life in 1940s Los Angeles and feature celebrities, athletes, politicians, lawyers, and other notable people of the era.
Pan Afrikan People's Arkestra: Horace Tapscott (leader, piano); Al Hines, David Bryant & Henry Franklin (basses); Fritz Wise & Arthur Dadisi Wells (tenor sax and flute); Ufahamu Uweizi (alto sax & flute); Linda Hill (vocals, piano & percussion); Fundi Lejohn (French Horn); Rick West (bass); and Gary Bias (alto sax).
Color photograph of Joe Darensbourg with the Dixie Flyers. Musicians present are: Gideon Honore (piano), Phil Stevens (bass), Bill Stumpp (trumpet), Nappy Lamare (banjo), Ray Hall (drums), Eugene Lebeaux (trombone), Joe Darensbourg(clarinet).
Color photograph. Left to Right: Nat Pierce; Frank Capp; Ray Pohlman; George Bohanon; Alan Kaplan; Bob Cooper; Buster Cooper; Bobby Efford; Mel Wanzo; Marshal (aka Marshall) Royal; Joe Roccisano; Ernie Andrews.