Two Early Jazz Images
Two Early Jazz Images

Two Early Jazz Images

1) Photo Postcard (approximately 3.5” x 5.5”) of ten young men and a young boy holding instruments, with Jingo Jazz Band on bass drum. Split back, no postmark, with inscription, “The Fairmont Jazz Kings band of 1922.” VG overall, with soiling, two scrapes to verso, and a light wrinkle to top edge. 2) An 8” x 10” photograph, c. 1920s (VG+ overall, soiling to verso), showing the Louisiana Troubadours, an eight-piece jazz band all seated with their instruments in front of a staged studio background. Printed in white on the photo is “H. Boisblanc, MGR” “Louisiana Troudabours,” and “Harold Jordy, Director.” SIGNED by Jordy at bottom corner, “Yours Musically Harold Jordy.” Hal Jordy recorded with various artists in the 1920s and 1930s, including Sharkey Bonano, Monk Hazel and His Bienville Roof Orchestra, and Johnny Miller’s New Orleans Frolickers. Item #531

Price: $100.00

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