Queens College plans to make Louis Armstrong's house a public museum

April 1996
Jet;4/8/96, Vol. 89 Issue 21, p22
Reports that Queens College has signed a licensing agreement with the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs to convert the home of Louis Armstrong into a museum. Launching of an international fund-raising campaign.


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