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Grand instrumental concert, under the direction of Carl Sentz, assisted by an orchestra composed of the elite of the profession, will be held at Hendry Hall, Haddonfield. N. J. in aid of the street light fund. on Wednesday evening, October 19, 1

Dr. Diamond Dick's orchestra 1886

Theodore Thomas and his orchestra at Steinway Hall, N.Y. / Bolles, fecit., Bklyn.

Javanese Gamelan Orchestra and Topeng masked dancers, World's Columbian Exposition, Chicago

Hans von Bülow Orchestra and Military Band

Florence military prison series - "Our orchestra"

Waite's Stock Co. and grand orchestra the best for the least money.

[Hampton Institute, Va. - Indian orchestra]

Orchestra, Hotel Astor roof

Farewell tour of Eduard Strauss, Imperial Court musical director and his famous orchestra from Vienna

Beck Orchestra

Buckingham Palace, London, Ball's concert room,orchestra section

Hackel - Berge orchestra

La Scala orchestra

Intn'l Novelty Orchestra

[... Orchestra]

VENUS RESTAURANT ORCHESTRA

CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL. ORCHESTRA

All Star Tournament, 18 Inch Balke Line, Chicago, May 7-14, 1906, Schaefer and Sutton banking for lead, Orchestra Hall

At the Heumann Harlem Casino beginning Saturday, May 4th, Svedrofsky and his orchestra from the Metropolitan Opera House, ever[y] evening

Lennox Hill settlement orchestra

Great Lakes Naval training station orchestra

Happy Walker's Orchestra

Happy Walker Orchestra (Arlington)

Imperial Ladies' Orchestra, Miss Lizzie A. Otto, directress Hoag Lake Theatre, Woonsocket, R. I.

Happy Walker's Orchestra

Unhappy position of a loyal gentleman taking his bath while an amateur orchestra is practising "God save the King" in an adjoining room

Lenox hill Settlement Orchestra

Orchestra, Lowes Plaza Theatre

Petworth, [Washington, D.C.], Orchestra

Photographing music. It was the proudest moment in the life of the Polish peasant orchestra when Ernest B. Schoedsack, formerly a Los Angeles camera man, turned his machine upon them and assured them that they would soon be playing on the screen in America. The orchestra was playing for a peasant wedding which forms one of the scenes in "Harvest skies of Poland"

Hamilton Hotel, 15th and K Sts., N.W. Orchestra in dining room of Hamilton Hotel II

Hamilton Hotel, 15th and K Sts., N.W. Orchestra in dining room of Hamilton Hotel I

Glen Echo amusement park. Orchestra, Glen Echo

[Isham Jones and his orchestra] / Mabel Sykes, Chicago.

[Happy Walker's Madrillion Society Orchestra, Washington, D.C.]

Boernstein's "La Java" Orchestra, Direction Pete Macias, Soothing the Savage Motorists

[Group of seven musicians including Charlie Miller, Elwood Wilson, and Robert Blatt, probably members of a Washington, D.C. orchestra, in a hotel at 2400 16th St., N.W.]

Vincent Lopez, famous orchestra leader with members of his Pa. orchestra in front of the White House

Vincent Lopez, famous orchestra leader with members of his Pa. orchestra in front of the White House

Vincent Lopez, famous orchestra leader and his man "Friday" Bill [...] in front of W.H. [i.e., White House] where they met Coolidge

Miss Washington ( Helen L. Sweeney) and Le[...] Paradis orchestra at Wardman Park pool

Better Ole Club Orchestra at Zoo

Marine band jazz orchestra, [1/9/25]

Better Ole Club Orchestra at Zoo

"Beats the Arctic ice and snow" so said Mr. Polar Bear at the Washington Zoo, when the "Better Ole" club orchestra, assisted by Dolly Daye, dancer, tried their wildest notes and dances in front of Bruno's cage. True to form, Mrs. Bruno developed a streak of jealousy and refused to watch the performance. Music may "soothe the savage beast" but Bruno's chief interest was centered on the little lady ...

Better Ole Club Orchestra at Zoo

Palace Laundry Orchestra

Neighborhood Playhouse and Cleveland Orchestra Again

Personnel of National High School Orchestra, Interlochen, Mich., 1930

Orchestra Gives Epic Program

[National High School Orchestra with President Herbert Hoover, and Joe Maddy (to left of the president,) in front of the State, War and Navy Building, Washington, D.C.]

Makes Capital debut at lavish ball. Miss Helen [...] Eames Doherty, photographed during her debut in Washington, a function of rare proportions even in the cosmopolitan capital. Many members of the diplomatic corps and other notables were included among the 1,000 guests. The entire first floor of the Mayflower Hotel, with its several ball rooms, was reserved for the occasion and the lavish entertainment included radio celebrities and a 22-piece orchestra. Miss Doherty is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Doherty of New York

International Music Hall, Radio City, New York. House with curtain down, from main orchestra

Orch. [i.e. orchestra] playing in Y.M.C.A.

Orch. [i.e. orchestra] playing in Y.M.C.A.

Orch. [i.e. orchestra] playing in Y.M.C.A.

Orch. [i.e. orchestra] playing in Y.M.C.A.

Orch. [i.e. orchestra] playing in Y.M.C.A.

Orch. [i.e. orchestra] playing in Y.M.C.A.

Orch. [i.e. orchestra] playing in Y.M.C.A.

Wash. D.C. Navy band's new organ. William Arbuckle, musician first class of the U.S. Navy, at the new pipe organ which has been purchased to be included in the new 95-piece symphony orchestra which gives its first concert Tuesday night (11/26/35) at the Navy Yard Sail Loft. 11/25/35

Navy band develops first symphony orchestra. This photograph shows a portion of the U.S. Navy Band's 95-piece symphony orchestra for the first time. This orchestra, under the leadership of Lt. Charles Bentor, will give its first concert at the Navy Yard Sail Loft Tuesday night (112635). The Navy Band has had a small orchestra in the past which played at various functions such as White House receptions and other official social gatherings. The new and larger orchestra will give a popular music concert later in the month. 112535

Navy band develops first symphony orchestra. This photograph shows a portion of the U.S. Navy Band's 95-piece symphony orchestra for the first time. This orchestra, under the leadership of Lt. Charles Bentor, will give its first concert at the Navy Yard Sail Loft Tuesday night (11/26/35). The Navy Band has had a small orchestra in the past which played at various functions such as White House receptions and other official social gatherings. The new and larger orchestra will give a popular music concert later in the month. 11/25/35

WPA Federal Music Project of New York City presents free orchestra & band concerts Educational Alliance, 197 East Broadway.

Serenade wild animals at Washington Zoo, Washington, D.C., August 8. "Music hath charms," but not for the animals at the National Zoo. This was clearly demonstrated today when symphonists of the Water Gate orchestra played their hottest tunes for the benefit of the beasts. The animals were more interested in the crowd that followed the musicians than the tempo of the music

Class of '40 presents "Junior prom" Oceanside High School gymnasium : Rhythm Kings Orchestra.

The Athletic & Recreation Dept. presents Nassau Suffolk W.P.A. Symphony Orchestra Guest artist Jeanne Gordon, soprano - Christos Vrionides, conductor : Popular & semi-classic music.

Illinois symphony orchestra

New idea in making wills. Washington, D.C., April 16. Glen Gray leader of the famous Casa Loma orchestra today departed from the 350 year old custom of writing his last will and testament by making a record of the will and having it testified on a photograph record. It is a steel record so his in-laws can't break the will. Left to right: Jim Moran, recorder and witness; H.L. McCormick, attorney and witness; and last Glen Gray talking the will, 4/16/1937

Nat'l Symphony Orchestra, [Venice Boys' Choir, 1/20/38]

[Glenn Miller Orchestra(?), New York, N.Y.(?), between 1938 and 1948]

Bridgeport Symphony Orchestra - Frank Foti, conductor

Nat'l Symphony Orchestra, 1938

[Glenn Miller Orchestra(?), New York, N.Y.(?), between 1938 and 1948]

Bridgeport Symphony Orchestra - Frank Foti, conductor

Specialty number of orchestra at the National Rice Festival. Crowley, Louisiana

Shenandoah, Pennsylvania. Maher's dance hall, showing orchestra platform and dancers

American music festival - Bridgeport Symphony Orchestra - Frank Foti, conductor

Cajun orchestra for fais-do-do near Crowley, Louisiana. Having intermission with drinks

Nat'l Symphony Orchestra, 1938

Nat'l Symphony Orchestra, [Venice Boys' Choir, 1/20/38]

On board a Norwegian-American passenger liner enroute to New York. Children listening to the ship's orchestra

Cajun orchestra at fais-do-do dance near Crowley, Louisiana

On board a Norwegian-American passenger liner enroute to New York. Children listening to the ship's orchestra

Orchestra during intermission at square dance; notice sweated shirt of host, McIntosh County, Oklahoma

THE PRESIDENT AND WIFE OF AIDE ENJOY OPEN AIR CONCERT ON POTOMAC. WASHINGTON, D.C. JULY 12. THE PRESIDENT AND MRS. EDWIN M. WATSON, WIFE OF THE PRESIDENT'S AIDE, SITTING IN THE PRESIDENTIAL CAR LISTENING TO THE WASHINGTON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA UNDER THE DIRECTION OF DR. HANS KINDLER AS THE ORCHESTRA PLAYED FROM ITS BARGE ON THE POTOMAC RIVER NEAR THE LINCOLN MEMORIAL. THE OPEN-AIR CONCERTS, WHICH BEGAN TONIGHT, WILL BE CONDUCTED TWICE A WEEK DURING THE SUMMER SEASON, AND WASHINGTONIANS TURN OUT TO SIT ON THE STEPS OR IN NEARBY BOATS TO LISTEN

Orchestra at square dance in McIntosh County, Oklahoma

Cincinnati Federal Symphonic Orchestra, Works Progress Administration presents young people's concert under the sponsorship of the Hamilton Mothersingers at the Wilson Auditorium

War production workers at the Vilter [Manufacturing] Company making M5 and M7 guns for the U.S. Army, Milwaukee, Wis. Ex-stage orchestra musician, checking an M7 gun with gage, after turning out on a gun lathe. Her two brothers and husband are in the service

Orchestra and audience at Spanish-American traveling show. Penasco, New Mexico

Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Negatives

Member of orchestra which plays outside grocery store on Saturday afternoon tuning his violin, Phoenix, Arizona

Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Negatives

An excursion steamer which goes up the Mississippi River from New Orleans to Saint Louis every summer. It stops along the way at various towns and cities, takes passengers on a four hour "moonlite" ride, has dance orchestra, elaborate ballroom and various kinds of entertainment and amusements. Here it is tied up at Lake Providence, Louisiana before its evening trip

Audience listening to orchestra playing outside grocery store on Saturday afternoon, Phoenix, Arizona

Camp orchestra at dance on Saturday night at the Agua Fria migratory labor camp. Arizona

Orchestra with traveling show (Spanish-American). Penasco, New Mexico

Arizona photographs - Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph.

Piano player with the orchestra at a dance during the San Angelo Fat Stock Show. San Angelo, Texas