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Duke Ellington Orchestra ‘Sacred Concert’ – Westminster Abbey 24th October 1973 016

Duke Ellington Orchestra ‘Sacred Concert’ – Westminster  Abbey 24th   October 1973 016

Pages 22 and 23 of a programme for a Duke Ellington concert at Westminster Abbey, in aid of the the United Nations, 1973. Both pages feature adverts.

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Catalogue Reference Number NJA/PRO/17
Date Made 1973
Item Format Programme
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Event Date 24/10/1973

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