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IV Seasons Portuguese Restaurant during dinner and the musical performances of Duarte Tavares, Mario Bulhoes, and Olivete Poulart, Lowell, Massachusetts

IV Seasons Portuguese Restaurant during dinner and the musical performances of Duarte Tavares, Mario Bulhoes, and Olivete Poulart, Lowell, Massachusetts

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Index data: The following photographs were made at the IV Seasons Portuguese Restaurant during dinner and the musical performances of Duarte Tavares, Mario Bulhoes, and Olivete Poulart. 1a, Duarte Tavares with guitarra, and singer, Olivete Poulart; 2a, Cook, Manuel Ferreira; 3a, Assistant cook, Augusto Barret; 4a, Assistant cook. Good photo; 5a-6a, Cooks preparing meals in kitchen; 7a-8a, Waitresses preparing bread and salads; 9a, Cooks in kitchen; 10a, Waitress preparing salad; 11a-12a, Cooks in kitchen; 13a, Waitress with salad; 15a-25a, Cooks in kitchen. 24a and 25a are good photos; 26a-30a, Musicians and diners. 28a and 29a are good photos; 31a, Doug DeNatale with Duarte Tavares listening to recording and somebody else in the background, maybe the restaurant owner. Good photo; 32a-36a, Musicians performing. 32a, 33a, and 34a are good photos.

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01/01/1987
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lowell
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