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Published November 1, 1935. Louis Armstrong—trumpeter, vocalist, and jazz pioneer—was not only the godfather of America's first genuine art form but was also among the most influential figures in 20th-century popular music. He is photographed here, horn in hand, by Anton Bruehl in the November 1935 Vanity Fair. Artist by Anton Bruehl
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