How much was a cornet in 1907? ONLY $8.50 for a starting model!
The graphically pleasing photo spread here features two images of "The Asylum Band" in which it is suggested that Buddy Bolden himself may have participated in from time to time.
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Nola DNA contributes visual content to LAINE LAINE KAPLAN-LEVENSON's Tripod: New Orleans at 300 story for the week
Nola DNA contributes to WWNO Radio Piece about Eliza Jane Nicholson: Eliza Jane Nicholson, The Small-Town Poet Who Became The First Woman Publisher Of The Picayune
We are honored to have contributed to the article: The Visual Culture of Color: A Brief History of Color Matching Systems in Print Mag by one of our favorite advisors, Nancy Sharon Collins, author of The Complete Enrgraver.
Nola DNA contributes to a new piece on Bullfighting in New Orleans with Laine Kaplan-Levenson's "Tripod: New Orleans at 300" on 89.9 WWNO, our local NPR affiliate.
Read and listen to the piece here: In The Mid-19th Century, Vicious Animal Combat Drew Thousands To Algiers
Front page of wwno.org – February 11, 2016
Full double page centerfold advertisement from Figaro, 18 Nov 1972.
A Warehouse show advertisement from Figaro, 18 Nov 1972.