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Albert Nicholas

(1900—1973)


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B. 27 May 1900, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA, d. 3 September 1973, Basle, Switzerland. After taking lessons from Lorenzo Tio, the young Nicholas, a nephew of ‘Wooden’ Joe Nicholas, played ...

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