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“Rare photos from Louis and Lucille Armstrong's 15th anniversary party in L.A. in 1957! Nat King Cole, Peggy Lee, Jack Teagarden--wow!”

“Rare photos from Louis and Lucille Armstrong's 15th anniversary party in L.A. in 1957! Nat King Cole, Peggy Lee, Jack Teagarden--wow!”

Louis Armstrong by Harry Warnecke and Gus Schoenbaechler

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Louis Armstrong, shown here in the mid-1960's on the steps of his home in Queens, now a museum is opening the home to trick or treaters on Halloween.

This year's Halloween may have a decidedly musical theme in Queens, with outfits of the recently deceased King of Pop expected to be a favorite and a costumed tribute to the borough's own Satchmo.

Don't you love Louis?  Louis Armstrong on the MGM set of 'High Society', 1956 | Bob Willoughby

Louis Armstrong on the MGM set of 'High Society', 1956 Archival Prints Available At: www.willoughbyphotos.com

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Louis Armstrong: 'The Man and His Music,' Part 2 : NPR

By the early 1930s, Louis Armstrong had already revolutionized jazz. Through the next four decades, he would continue to reinvent himself. Along the way, he produced landmarks of the 20th century in American music and entertainment.