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 Louise Mulligan with GerryMulligan

Louise Mulligan with GerryMulligan

Louise Mulligan with her son, Gerry. (Content) Property of Franca R. Mulligan. Used by permission. (Copyright Notice) This item used by permission of the copyright holder. (Standard Restriction)

 Various photographs of young Gerry Mulligan and his brothers

Various photographs of young Gerry Mulligan and his brothers

Multiple photos of Gerry and his brothers when young and Gerry in front of WCAU radio station, 1944. (Content) In top right corner, there are 4 small photos of Gerry and his brothers. Top left is George, top r... more

[ Young Gerry Mulligan in Reading, Pennsylvania]

[ Young Gerry Mulligan in Reading, Pennsylvania]

Two photographs taken in South Temple pool, Reading Pennsylvania. (Content) Gerry on clarinet, Wes Fisher on bass, Jacque Miller on drums, and Robert Weiss on trumpet. Two photographs. Property of Franca R. Mul... more

[ Gerry's Sextet - 1950s]

[ Gerry's Sextet - 1950s]

Gerry with his sextet: l to r :Bob Brookemeyer, Dave Bailey, Bill Crow, Zoot Sims, and Oliver Beener, Gerry Mulligan. (Content) Photographer unknown (Copyright Notice)

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