Duke’s Belongings In His Sister’s Harlem Apartment Go Under The Hammer

If Duke Ellington was the king of jazz, Harlem was his kingdom. And on Wednesday, the neighborhood celebrated the music connoisseur with an auction of his most prized possessions – Continue Reading →

Duke Ellington And The Harlem Renaissance, 1930’s

A photograph of the very elegant of Duke Ellington, in this charming signed image reads in his personal inscription, “to the Most Charming Miss Alice Dixon Best Wishes Duke Ellington”, 1930’s.

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