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“Magic Carpet”; Eddie Durham And His Band; Eddie Durham; Decca (8529 B); November 11, 1940



PM, November 11, 1940, p. 8 (Robert Moses’s Super-Roads)


“Fare Thee Honey Fare Thee Well”; Eddie Durham And His Band; Lem Johnson; Alston; Decca (8529 A); November 11, 1940


PM, November 11, 1940, p. 8 (Frank Lloyd Wright at MoMA)

Bomb-Prof City.. Wright Has It


“You Didn’t Steal That Kiss”; Orrin Tucker and his Orchestra; Bonnie Baker; Owens; Columbia (35914); November 11, 1940


PM, November 11, 1940, p. 19, (photo by Gene Badger)

The Colors of a Nation at Peace on Another Armistice Day


“PINEY BROWN BLUES”; JOE TURNER And His Fly Cats; Oran “Hot Lips” Page; Pete Johnson; John Collins; Abe Bolar; A. G. Godley; Joe Turner; Decca (18121 B); November 11, 1940


PM, November 11, 1940, p. 2


“627 STOMP”; PETE JOHNSON’S BAND; Don Stovall; Don Byas; Eddie Barefield; Oran “Hot Lips” Page; Pete Johnson; John Collins; Abe Bolar; A. G. Godley; Dave Dexter; Decca (18121 A); November 11, 1940


“I’M READING YOUR LETTER AGAIN, DEAR”; BOB ATCHER and BONNIE BLUE EYES; Jenkins’ Okeh (06495); November 11, 1941




The New York Times, November 11, 1941

LEPKE ‘FINGER MAN’
HUNTS JOB IN VAIN

Paul Berger Accuses Unions
of Barring Him From Work
for ‘Telling the Truth’


“LET’S START LIFE ALL OVER”; BOB ATCHER and BONNIE BLUE EYES; L. White; Okeh (06495); November 11, 1941




PM, November 11, 1941

Skeletons Dance At Lepke Trial


“Walking the Floor Over You”; Bob Atcher; Ernest Tubb; Columbia (37432); November 11, 1941


Washington Experts Feel War With Japan Is Definitely Possible Before Christmas


“SWEETHEARTS OR STRANGERS”; BOB ATCHER and BONNIE BLUE EYES; J. Davis; Columbia (37432); November 11, 1941

23 Years Have Passed, It’s Armistice Day Again


“Modern Design;” Johnny Messner And His Orchestra; Johnny Messner; Sammy Kaye; Ron Perry; Stanley Broadhurst; Decca (4086 B); November 11, 1941


PM, November 11, 1941

745 Moved to New Prison And Not One Was Lost


“Gotta Find My Baby”; Doctor Clayton; Joe Clayton; Bluebird (B-8901-B); November 11, 1941