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Chanel. "Ensemble". Black Chantilly set on off-white wool, lined with ivory satin; black lace and satin bow blouse, black Georgette crepe top. 1983. Galliera, Fashion Museum of the City of Paris. © Julien Vidal/Galliera/Roger-Viollet/ The Imge Works
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Chanel. "Ensemble". Black Chantilly set on off-white wool, lined with ivory satin; black lace and satin bow blouse, black Georgette crepe top. 1983. Galliera, Fashion Museum of the City of Paris. © Julien Vidal/Galliera/Roger-Viollet/ The Imge Works
Selma, Alabama: March 7, 1965.  Alabama State Troopers move in on John Lewis and other would-be Selma-to Montgomery marchers here on March 7th, and break up their march. Troopers, swinging clubs and using them to effect, used tear gas to finally disperse the mostly black marchers.  ©TopFoto /  The Image Works
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Selma, Alabama: March 7, 1965. Alabama State Troopers move in on John Lewis and other would-be Selma-to Montgomery marchers here on March 7th, and break up their march. Troopers, swinging clubs and using them to effect, used tear gas to finally disperse the mostly black marchers. ©TopFoto / The Image Works
The three Musketeers, 19th century. Alexandre Dumas Private collection. ©Photo12/Pierre Pitrou/ The Image Works
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The three Musketeers, 19th century. Alexandre Dumas
Private collection. ©Photo12/Pierre Pitrou/ The Image Works
Moscow, Russia: July 25, 1980. Nadia Comaneci from Romania during individual exercise at beam; she scored a perfect 10 - Moscow Olympic Games. ©TopFoto / The Image Works
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Moscow, Russia: July 25, 1980. Nadia Comaneci from Romania during individual exercise at beam; she scored a perfect 10 - Moscow Olympic Games. ©TopFoto / The Image Works
Count Basie Orchestra, 1990s.  Creator: Brian Foskett © National Jazz Archive / Heritage / The Image Works
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Count Basie Orchestra, 1990s.
Creator: Brian Foskett © National Jazz Archive / Heritage / The Image Works
Long John Baldry, The Animals, Steam Packet, The 5th National Jazz and Blues Festival, Richmond, London, 1965.   Creator: Brian Foskett © National Jazz Archive / Heritage / The Image Works
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Long John Baldry, The Animals, Steam Packet, The 5th National Jazz and Blues Festival, Richmond, London, 1965.
Creator: Brian Foskett © National Jazz Archive / Heritage / The Image Works
Count Basie, 1970s.  Creator: Brian Foskett © National Jazz Archive / Heritage / The Image Works
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Count Basie, 1970s.
Creator: Brian Foskett © National Jazz Archive / Heritage / The Image Works
Count Basie Orchestra, London, 1990.  Creator: Brian Foskett © National Jazz Archive / Heritage / The Image Works
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Count Basie Orchestra, London, 1990.
Creator: Brian Foskett © National Jazz Archive / Heritage / The Image Works
Louis Armstrong and All Stars on stage on Day 2, Finsbury Park Astoria, London, 1962.   Creator: Brian Foskett © National Jazz Archive / Heritage / The Image Works
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Louis Armstrong and All Stars on stage on Day 2, Finsbury Park Astoria, London, 1962.
Creator: Brian Foskett © National Jazz Archive / Heritage / The Image Works
Sonny Paine, Count Basie Band, 1960s.  Creator: Brian Foskett © National Jazz Archive / Heritage / The Image Works
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Sonny Paine, Count Basie Band, 1960s.
Creator: Brian Foskett © National Jazz Archive / Heritage / The Image Works
Long John Baldry, 100 Club, London, 1993.  Creator: Brian Foskett © National Jazz Archive / Heritage / The Image Works
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Long John Baldry, 100 Club, London, 1993.
Creator: Brian Foskett © National Jazz Archive / Heritage / The Image Works
Louis Armstrong backsage at Finsbury Park Astoria, London, 1962.  Creator: Brian Foskett © National Jazz Archive / Heritage / The Image Works
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Louis Armstrong backsage at Finsbury Park Astoria, London, 1962.
Creator: Brian Foskett © National Jazz Archive / Heritage / The Image Works
Long John Baldry, Rod Stewart, The Animals, Steam Packet, The 5th National Jazz and Blues Festival, Richmond, London, 1965.  Creator: Brian Foskett © National Jazz Archive / Heritage / The Image Works
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Long John Baldry, Rod Stewart, The Animals, Steam Packet, The 5th National Jazz and Blues Festival, Richmond, London, 1965.
Creator: Brian Foskett © National Jazz Archive / Heritage / The Image Works
Danny Barcelona on stage on Day 2, Finsbury Park Astoria, London, 1962.   Creator: Brian Foskett © National Jazz Archive / Heritage / The Image Works
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Danny Barcelona on stage on Day 2, Finsbury Park Astoria, London, 1962.
Creator: Brian Foskett © National Jazz Archive / Heritage / The Image Works
Louis Armstrong on stage, Hammersmith Odeon, London, 1968.   Creator: Brian Foskett © National Jazz Archive / Heritage / The Image Works
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Louis Armstrong on stage, Hammersmith Odeon, London, 1968.
Creator: Brian Foskett © National Jazz Archive / Heritage / The Image Works
Long John Baldry, Eric Burdon, Stevie  Winwood, The 5th National Jazz and Blues Festival, Richmond, London, 1965.  Creator: Brian Foskett © National Jazz Archive / Heritage / The Image Works
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Long John Baldry, Eric Burdon, Stevie Winwood, The 5th National Jazz and Blues Festival, Richmond, London, 1965.
Creator: Brian Foskett © National Jazz Archive / Heritage / The Image Works
Sal Nistico (tenor saxophonist) and Earle Warren (alto saxophonist), 1960s.  Creator: Brian Foskett © National Jazz Archive / Heritage / The Image Works
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Sal Nistico (tenor saxophonist) and Earle Warren (alto saxophonist), 1960s.
Creator: Brian Foskett © National Jazz Archive / Heritage / The Image Works
Frank Wess, American jazz saxophonist and flautist, 1960s. Wess is remembered for his time in Count Basie's band from the early 1950s into the 1960s.  Creator: Brian Foskett © National Jazz Archive / Heritage / The Image Works
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Frank Wess, American jazz saxophonist and flautist, 1960s. Wess is remembered for his time in Count Basie's band from the early 1950s into the 1960s.
Creator: Brian Foskett © National Jazz Archive / Heritage / The Image Works
Frank Foster, tenor saxophonist in the Count Basie Orchestra, 1960s.  Creator: Brian Foskett © National Jazz Archive / Heritage / The Image Works
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Frank Foster, tenor saxophonist in the Count Basie Orchestra, 1960s.
Creator: Brian Foskett © National Jazz Archive / Heritage / The Image Works
Nat and Cannonball Adderley, Royal Festival Hall, London, 1960.  Creator: Brian Foskett © National Jazz Archive / Heritage / The Image Works
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Nat and Cannonball Adderley, Royal Festival Hall, London, 1960.
Creator: Brian Foskett © National Jazz Archive / Heritage / The Image Works
Long John Baldry, The 5th National Jazz and Blues Festival, Richmond, London, 1965.  Creator: Brian Foskett © National Jazz Archive / Heritage / The Image Works
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Long John Baldry, The 5th National Jazz and Blues Festival, Richmond, London, 1965.
Creator: Brian Foskett © National Jazz Archive / Heritage / The Image Works
Joe Newman, American jazz trumpeter, composer, and educator, 1990s. He is best known for his time with Count Basie  Creator: Brian Foskett © National Jazz Archive / Heritage / The Image Works
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Joe Newman, American jazz trumpeter, composer, and educator, 1990s. He is best known for his time with Count Basie
Creator: Brian Foskett © National Jazz Archive / Heritage / The Image Works
Eric Dixon, American jazz tenor saxophonist, flautist, composer and arranger, 1960s.  Creator: Brian Foskett © National Jazz Archive / Heritage / The Image Works
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Eric Dixon, American jazz tenor saxophonist, flautist, composer and arranger, 1960s.
Creator: Brian Foskett © National Jazz Archive / Heritage / The Image Works
Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis, American jazz tenor saxophonist, 1967.  Creator: Brian Foskett © National Jazz Archive / Heritage / The Image Works
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Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis, American jazz tenor saxophonist, 1967.
Creator: Brian Foskett © National Jazz Archive / Heritage / The Image Works
Frank Wess, possibly 1990s. Frank Wess, American jazz saxophonist and flautist is best remembered for his time in Count Basie's band from the early 1950s into the 1960s.  Creator: Brian Foskett © National Jazz Archive / Heritage / The Image Works
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Frank Wess, possibly 1990s. Frank Wess, American jazz saxophonist and flautist is best remembered for his time in Count Basie's band from the early 1950s into the 1960s.
Creator: Brian Foskett © National Jazz Archive / Heritage / The Image Works

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