Michael Cogswell was a musician and historian who managed the Louis Armstrong House Museum in Corona, Queens. He was interviewed by Fresh Air in 2001.
by Bruce Chadwick
In this scintillating new one man show, Armstrong, in his dressing room between Waldorf concerts, reminisces about his life and career over the tumult of racial history, rekindling sometimes bitter and sometimes sweet memories.
SOURCE: Associated Press
The museum had unveiled a plaster life mask Armstrong made in 1950s.
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