Benjamin Lovett with Henry Ford's Old-Time Dance Orchestra in Lovett Hall, 1944

Summary

Henry Ford's Old Time Orchestra play dance music on the band shell in the Lovett Hall ballroom. The musicians are William Hallup (cimbalom), Clayton Perry (violin), Gino Caporali (string bass), Don Van DeVen (accordion), and Ed Baxter (dulcimer). Benjamin Lovett, at the microphone, called the dance steps. Gino Caporali joined the band in the late 1930s, replacing Maurice Castel.

Henry Ford's Old Time Orchestra play dance music on the band shell in the Lovett Hall ballroom. The musicians are William Hallup (cimbalom), Clayton Perry (violin), Gino Caporali (string bass), Don Van DeVen (accordion), and Ed Baxter (dulcimer). Benjamin Lovett, at the microphone, called the dance steps. Gino Caporali joined the band in the late 1930s, replacing Maurice Castel.

Material

Paper (Fiber product)

Technique

Gelatin silver process

Color

Black-and-white (Colors)

Dimensions

Height: 8.25 in

Width: 10 in

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