Black American Jazz Legends; Haute-Volta and Chad,1971-72

October 2011
Creative Review;Oct2011 Monograph, Issue 50, p6
Images of 1971-1972 postage stamps from Haute-Volta and Chad are presented which feature jazz musicians including Louis Armstrong, Jimmy Smith, and Duke Ellington.


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