Research Notes, Articles, and Materials

Scope and content:

This series contains documentation of research undertaken by Sam Stephenson, Dan Partridge, and other Jazz Loft Project assistants, and includes articles, images, notes, printouts of various resources from the internet, and ephemera. Subjects researched include the life and work of jazz musicians related to the Jazz Loft; many facets of New York City history including architecture, crime statistics, music and musicians, artists and artistic spaces, the Flower District, the West Village, and prostitution; and individuals directly related to the Jazz Loft building, including Dick Cary, Thelonious Monk, Hall Overton, and David X. Young.


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