By William Carter

Photographer, Author, Jazz Musician

Jazz Emerges Part 5

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Visible Roots of America’s Most Original Cultural Product

Preservation Hall Won Hearts Across U.S.

Photographs by William Carter, 1971-1985

New Orleans

New Orleans

New Orleans

New Orleans

San Francisco

San Francisco

San Francisco

San Francisco

Middle West

Middle West

Napa, California

Napa, California

Napa, California

Napa, California

Jim Robinson and fan, California

Jim Robinson and fan, California

San Francisco

San Francisco

Santa Rosa, California

Santa Rosa, California

Jim Robinson at Stanford

Jim Robinson at Stanford

Frank Demond in Santa Rosa, California

Frank Demond in Santa Rosa, California

Sing Miller en route

Sing Miller en route

Allan Jaffe, California

Allan Jaffe, California

New York City

New York City

Chicago

Chicago

Minneapolis

Minneapolis

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Written by bywilliamcarter

September 1, 2017 at 12:00 pm

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  1. Sent this as email also: Thank you for your ongoing blog re New Orleans. I am so in awe of your photos from around the world.
    I began photography late (when I could afford it) and so have few photos of my own of NOLA. But I have recipes. Emmanuel Paul taught me to make gumbo. Thomas Valentine’s fried chicken, Pearl Robinson’s stuffed peppers and sweet potato casserole, shrimp stew from Buster’s. My honeymoon with Butch Thompson was spent sleeping on the floor over Preservation Hall – I could see Cie playing his drums through a hole in the floorboards 😊 Billie Pierce sang “Love songs of the Nile for us and I fell in love with everything. Best of Times. Thank you so much for ALL you do, but especially NOLA.
    Barbara Dodge

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    Barbara Dodge. www.cameramaven.net

    September 6, 2017 at 7:20 pm


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