[JPL] NYTimes.com: William Gottlieb, 89, Jazz Photographer, Is Dead

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P.S. Perhaps the Gottlieb obit by Douglas Martin is more accessible in this form. Peter

ARTS | April 25, 2006
William Gottlieb, 89, Jazz Photographer, Is Dead
William P. Gottlieb used a boxy, old-fashioned press camera to document what jazz looked like when both early legends like Armstrong and Ellington and the emerging beboppers ruled the bandstands and radio waves.

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