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A TREASURE TROVE (MUSIC--HARLEM NIGHTCLUBS.) [CATHRELL, LAURIE.] Collection of photographs, programs, and ephemera from a Harlem Renaissance era chorus-girl. Over 200 photographs of various sizes, includes nearly 150 8 x 10 promotional shots, a few larger group shots and many smaller snapshots; a number of Harlem nightclub programs, and several issues of "Showdown" a magazine devoted to nightclub show people. Many of the 8 x 10's are inscribed, including three from billie holiday. The collection includes programs and ephemera. Condition varies, but generally very good. must be seen. Vp, circa 1920's to 1940's
An extraordinary personal collection from Laurie J. Cathrell, a Harlem nightclub chorus-girl. The photographs and related nightclub material covers a broad period from the 1920's to the 1940's with a few later pieces, including the program for Joe Lewis' funeral. There are a great many inscribed photographs that include three from Billie Holiday, and many from equally well known figures from the music world. This is a "must-see" collection. NB: included is one issue of a magazine called "The Voice," for April 1926. The cover features a portrait of Sallie J. Cathrell, president of the Cathrell Printing company of Kansas City, presumably Laurie's mother.