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MS-CARP.003.021-club-babalu.pdf
Subject file on Club Babalu, a nightclub and performance venue located at 129th Street and Broadway.

MS-CARP.003.020-club-181.pdf
Subject file on Club 181 (1945–1951), a Lower East Side venue that was formerly the Yiddish-language Louis N. Jaffe Art Theater (1926–1945) and later became the Phoenix Theatre (1953–1961). Club 181 in particular was known for shows featuring "female…

MS-CARP.003.019-club-28.pdf
Subject file on Club 28, nightclub and performance venue located at 3111 Ocean Parkway in Brooklyn.

MS-CARP.003.018-clouden-leroy.pdf
Subject file on Leroy Clouden, a widely recorded drummer and percussionist based out of New York City.

MS-CARP.003.017-cleytor-buck.pdf
Subject file, folder 2, on Buck Clayton (William Dorsey Clayton), jazz trumpeter and member of Count Basie's orchestra.

MS-CARP.003.016-clayton-buck.pdf
Subject file, folder 1, on Buck Clayton (William Dorsey Clayton), jazz trumpeter and member of Count Basie's orchestra.

MS-CARP.003.075-conjunto-kubavana-de-alberto-ruiz (1).pdf
Subject file on Conjunto Kubavana de Alberto Ruiz, a very influential band in Havana during the 1940s

MS-CARP.003.154-dance-teachers.pdf
Subject file on dance teachers in New York City during the 1940s.

MS-CARP.003.155-dancehall-ballroom.pdf
Subject file on Club Danceland Ballroom, the first Black-owned business on 125th Street in Harlem.

MS-CARP.003.156-daniels-billy.pdf
Subject file on Billy Daniels, a jazz vocalist, performer, and actor.

MS-CARP.003.157-danza.pdf
Subject file on danza, a Puerto Rican musical genre and dance.

MS-CARP.003.158-danzonete.pdf
Subject file on danzonete, a dance and musical genre originating from the Cuban danzón.

MS-CARP.003.159-davidson-eduardo.pdf
Subject file on Eduardo Davidson, who wrote music for motion pictures and theater.

MS-CARP.003.045-cohen-max.pdf
Subject file on Max A. Cohen, owner of the Prospect Theater (El Teatro Prospect) in The Bronx, created to showcase Spanish-language movies.

MS-CARP.003.044-coggins-gil.pdf
Subject file for Gilbert Lloyd "Gil" Coggins, a jazz pianist born to parents of West Indian heritage. He attended school in New York City and Barbados. The file contains documentation of an encounter between Coggins and the famous jazz pianist and…

MS-CARP.003.043-coen-ray-2.pdf
Subject file, folder 2, for salsa arranger and composer Ray Coen, stepson of the Puerto Rican musician and orchestra leader Augusto Coen.

MS-CARP.003.042-coen-ray-1.pdf
Subject file, folder 1, for salsa arranger and composer Ray Coen, stepson of the Puerto Rican musician and orchestra leader Augusto Coen.

MS-CARP.003.015-clarke-hy.pdf
Subject file for trombonist and bass player Henry "Hy" (or "Hi") Clark.

MS-CARP.003.041-coen-augusto-2.pdf
Subject file, folder 2, for Augusto Coen, Puerto Rican musician and orchestra leader, born into a Jewish and Afro-Puerto Rican family in Ponce, Puerto Rico. This file contains a list of recordings by Coen y Sus Boricuas and the Sonoro Boricua…

MS-CARP.003.014-clarke-gerald.pdf
Subject file for Gerald Clark, also spelled Gerald Clarke, calypso musician and bandleader of Gerald Clark and his Caribbean Serenaders.
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