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A nighttime look at 52nd Street, former hotbed of jazz, circa 1948.

Errol Garner headlining at legendary jazz club 3 deuces at 52nd st - Manhattan, New York

William Gottlieb, 1948, looking east from 6th

Andreas Feininger, Tourists wander past Club Samoa, Club Downbeat and 3 Deuces on 52nd. Jazz ClubStreet ...

Jeremiah's Vanishing New York

3 deuces 52nd st 1948 | by Al Q

William P. Gottlieb, 52nd Street, May 1948. Collection of the Library of

3 Deuces - 52nd Street

Birdland [The original Birdland Jazz Corner of the World - Broadway & Street, NYCIt was the bebop era, when jazz was at the height of its powers and New ...

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Basin Street Cafe, NYC, New York, 1950 by Herman Leonard. Jazz ...

Closer view when Charlie Parker was playing. William P. Gottlieb, 52nd Street, ca. 1948.

52nd and 53rd Streets, east side

Door to the Three Deuces club on 52nd Street, 1947. The doorman is Gilbert

52nd Street

Note: Schaap's broadcast does include the entire set of recordings from the March 31, 1948 date in question. Just be patient, he will get to them.

... out of Club Pigalle. We see the neon lights of 52nd, we hear the shouts and screams. Hunsecker says it all when he says, "I love this dirty town."

william gottlieb photos of jazz musicians in 1946 - Dizzie Gillespie with girl on W.

Map: 1940's Jazz Clubs of 52nd Street and Times Square. (click to enlarge)

Closer view when Charlie Parker was playing. William P. Gottlieb, 52nd Street,

The Onyx Club where Stuff Smith, the Spirits of Rhythm and many others played on 52nd St, NYC

Me at the same spot on 52nd Street and 6th. Ave. camera facing east

Erroll Garner headlining with Oscar Pettiford and J. C. Heard at Three Deuces nightclub on 52nd Street, May 1948

Businesses moved in--including Jack and Charlie's 21 club--and The Street exploded through the 1930s.

1960s Frith St looking like 52nd St #NYC 1948. They had "3 Deuces", but we had @OfficialRonnies! #jazzpic.twitter.com/Pweedjybaw

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James Dean on 52nd Street, 1954 or 1955, by Dennis Stock. (click to enlarge)

52nd Street between Sixth and Seventh Avenues is "W. C. Handy's ...

The Complete Benedetti Recordings of Charlie Parker (#129)

"Swing Street" street sign

... William P. Gottlieb, Dizzy Gillespie portrait, 52nd Street, between 1946 and 1948

New York City's East Side in the 1925.

THE BROADWAY AND TIMES SQUARE JAZZ CLUBS

"Even the drummers on 52nd St. sound like Dizzy Gillespie!" - Jerry Jazz Musician

The "21 Club"

The William Kissam Vanderbilt mansion "Petit Chateau", designed by Richard Morris Hunt,

Charlie Parker playing at Three Deuces in Manhattan.

William P. Gottlieb Collection, Women Jazz Musicians | Library of Congress

William Gottlieb Photograph - 1948 52nd Street, New York. by Marie-Lou Chatel

Map: Greenwich VIllage Jazz Clubs from the 1930's to today. (click to enlarge)

Shot when Charlie Parker was playing. William P. Gottlieb, 52nd Street, ca

The Seagram Building was completed in 1957 and was designed by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe

Jazz All Day and All Night

52nd Street as seen from 6th Ave, looking east in daylight.

William P. Gottlieb Collection, Cityscape Photographs | Library of Congress

The Three Deuces

Billie Holiday at Café Society, photo by Charles B. Nadell

Nat King Cole plays with his jazz orchestra on the stage of the Apollo Theatre,

Jazz clubs on 52nd Street, New York City, 1948: #Gottlieb

13th August 1925: Traffic on the intersection of 5th Avenue and 42nd Street in New

Joey Alexander.

The 21 Club building at 21 West 52nd Street is the only remaining townhouse remaining up of all the clubs along 52nd Street between 5th and 6th Avenue.

Der Hot Clube de Portugal gilt als ältester noch bestehender Jazzclub Europas

William P. Gottlieb Collection, Cityscape Photographs | Library of Congress

William P. Gottlieb Collection, Women Jazz Musicians | Library of Congress

Art Tatum - Art Tatum, at the Vogue Room, New York (between 1946

and Max Roach (right), leaving The Three Deuces, NYC, 1948.

For a detailed account of the decline of 52nd Street, check out this post from one of my favorite blogs, "Jeremiah's Vanishing New York."

William Gottlieb: Gilbert Pinkus, 1946

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William P. Gottlieb Collection, Women Jazz Musicians | Library of Congress

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The earliest is dated 1948, the latest 1956. None is vintage. The show also includes 1 vitrine with various album covers, letters, and contact sheets.

Frank Sinatra - 1940s - Vintage - Photograph - Jazz - Sinatra - Music - Singer

American jazz band leader and composer, Duke Ellington.

William P. Gottlieb Collection, Women Jazz Musicians | Library of Congress

Birdland (New York jazz club) - Club interior

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[Portrait of Coleman Hawkins and Miles Davis, Three Deuces, New York, N.Y.

Comments/Context: Herman Leonard's portraits of jazz musicians from the late '40s–early '50s are steeped in the cocktails-and-cigarettes glamour of postwar ...

William P. Gottlieb Collection, Women Jazz Musicians | Library of Congress

Comments/Context: Herman Leonard's portraits of jazz musicians from the late '40s–early '50s are steeped in the cocktails-and-cigarettes glamour of postwar ...

Art Tatum performing at Café Society in 1940. Jazz ...

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Birdland (New York jazz club) - Birdland entrance

Comments/Context: Herman Leonard's portraits of jazz musicians from the late '40s–early '50s are steeped in the cocktails-and-cigarettes glamour of postwar ...

The earliest is dated 1948, the latest 1956. None is vintage. The show also includes 1 vitrine with various album covers, letters, and contact sheets.

SO GUYS, FIRST THE THREE DEUCES THEN BIRDLAND…

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William Gottlieb - Louis Armstrong, c.1948 - Howard Greenberg Gallery

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William P. Gottlieb Collection, Women Jazz Musicians | Library of Congress

NYC: Racquet and Tennis Club by wallyg, on Flickr

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Portrait of Louis Armstrong, Aquarium, New York, N.Y., ca. July 1946

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