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Title: Edwin Neutzman


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Images of Ed Neutzman playing with Don Shaw and His Orchestra playing in Lead (S.D.) in the summer of 1942, the Carl Colby Band at Park River (N.D.) in the spring of 1942, and leading another band.

The State Historical Society of North Dakota copied these photographs from the collection of M. Edwin Neutzman in April 1989.

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00820-01              Saxes: Sam Meblin, George Elseth, Bob Thornton, Tom Skodie; trombones: Harold Kepler and Jerry Hager; trumpets: Gordy Andreason, Bill Pond, Al Gillespie; drums: Warren Lindgren; bass: Ray Bostrum; piano & leader: Ed Neutzman (28 yrs old); vocalist: Pattie Owens 1947
00820-02              Junior-Senior Spring Prom at the UND Armory 1948. Trumpets: Owen Landsberg, Wendy Ellefson; vocalist: Bill Spornitz; trombones: Harold Kepler, Jerry Hager (vocalist) Bob Walker; saxophones: John Todd, Orville Blackstad, Bob Klintberg, Stewart Olson; formerly with the Gene Krupa Band Ryan Otto; Bass: Ray Bostrum; drums: Mel Goodard; piano & director: Ed Neutzman; front man: Bunk Paxton; vocalist: Marion Stern
00820-03              Carl Colby Band at Park River (N.D.) Spring 1942: back: Bob Johnson trumpet, Jack Archer drums, Dave Heiser bass, Ed Neutzman piano; front: Jerry Evanson, Ted Zeno, Butch Medbury, Carl Colby
00820-04              Don Shaw Orchestra members in front of the tour bus, Lead (S,D,) 1942: Mike Shaw, 2nd trombone, Tiny Blasic bass, Ed Neutzman piano

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