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Footnote: This info from Bob Sparkman about one of the pictures in the slideshow: 
Just wanted to comment on the Woody Allen  photo: That's John Bucher on trumpet, Barbara Driewitz on tuba, and Carmen Mastren on banjo! I used to sub for Woody when he was  out of town.  Must be Michael's Pub. Just discovered your great web site. Thanks very much and best regards.

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