Photograph shows an African American jazz band during World War I at Camp Upton, Yaphank, Long Island, New York State. (Source: Print of negative in PR 06 CN 133, Container 1, Folder 1)
American Red Cross - Recreation and Sports - Cantteen in England. "You are invited to visit the American Red Cross Recreation Hut this evening and hear the finest Jazz band in England" reads an invitation which is handed to every solder as he marches into a certain big American "rest camp" in England
Photographer: American Red Cross American Red Cross - Recreation and Sports
American Red Cross - Soliciting Funds - Entertainments - American Red Cross weekly dances at the Gare St. Lazaire are great events for A.E.F. Real American girls and jazz music make this canteen a popular place on dance nights
Photographer: American Red Cross American Red Cross - Soliciting Funds - Entertainments
Bobbed hair has caught the youth of Roumania and jazz music was not far behind. Here is an aristocratic maid in peasant costume at a wayside resort in Roumania In Europe hotel porters are powerful friends or enemies. The kodak made friends with this czar at the palace hotel in Sinaia ; In the market place of Bucharest care is taken to weigh out articles sold.
Photographs show scenes in Romania including: Peasant woman and girl with baskets and upper class girl with woman next to railroad car; hotel porter in uniform at the Palace Hotel, Sinaia, and a man weighing ob... more