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    • Frank Malambri [1900-]

    • Entertainment; Music; Musician; Dance Orchestra; Radio; Theatre; Quincy, Illinois;
    • Frank Malambri, Sr. [1900-] cello and saxophone. Malambri played with the first Washington Theatre Orchestra in 1924. He performed with various dance orchestras and band in the area. Malambri was the President of the Local Musican's Union in 1923,...
    • Frank A. and Onalee [DeJean] Malambri

    • Entertainment; Music; Musician; Dance Orchestra; Theatre; Quincy, Illinois;
    • Frank A. Malambri [1900-] and his first wife Onalee [DeJean] Malambri [-1951] in the late 1940's or early 1950's. Both were well known musicians in Quincy. Frank played at the Washington Theatre Orchestra, the Frank Malambri Dance Orchestra, South...
    • Campo, Nick - Interview and Memoir

    • Coal Mines and Mining; Divernon (Ill.); Emigration and Immigration; Farms and Farming--Sicily; Illinois--Politics and Government; Italian-Americans; Ku Klux Klan; Prohibition; Railroads; Restaurants; Sicily; Springfield (Ill.)--Businesses; World...
    • Campo, Italian immigrant, discusses life in the early 20th century: early years in Sicily and emigration to Springfield; railroad employment; unions, boarding houses, and working conditions as a coal miner in Pawnee, Kincaid, Taylorville, and...
    • Frank Malambri Orchestra

    • Entertainment; Dance Orchestra; Music; Musician; Quincy, Illinois;
    • Frank Malambri Orchestra Left to right: Frank Malambri, saxophone; Al Tushaus, piano; Johnny Herold, saxophone; Charles Guashell, trumpet; Howard MAnes, bass; Harold "Tubby" O'Farrell, trumpet; Guy Tourney, trombone; Joe Bonansinga, saxophone; Bob...
    • Frank Malambri Orchestra

    • Entertainment; Dance Orchestra; Music; Musician; Quincy, Illinois;
    • Frank Malambri Orchestra about 1929 or 1930. Left to right: Frank A. Malambri Sr.; Gerald Hull; Robert Sheridan; Joe Bonansinga; Virgil Manes; C. Olinger; Albert Tushaus. Orchestra was playing at the Eagles at this time. BW Portrait 8 1/10" x 5".
    • William F. Malambri

    • Entertainment; Music; Musician; Dance Orchestra; Quincy, Illinois;
    • William F. Malambri,trumpet and trombone. Played in Quincy Dance Orchestras before serving as an Army musician during World War II. Son of Frank A. and Onalee [DeJean] Malambri. BW Portrait 4" x 4".
    • Nicholas Malambri

    • Entertainment; Music; Musician; Dance Orchestra; Quincy, Illinois; Military;
    • Nicholas Malambri, drums. Nick played drums while attending Notre Dame High School. Nick retired as an Air Force colonel after attending the Naval Academy in Annapolis, MD. He is the son of Frank A. and Onalee [DeJean] Malambri. BW Portrait 4"x 4".
    • Junior Musolino Orchestra

    • Dance Orchestra; Entertainment; Music; Musician; Quincy, Illinois;
    • Junior Musolino Orchestra, taken in 1938. The orchestra was formerly known as the Joe Bonansinga Orchestra. Left to right: John Musolino, orchestra leader, drums and piano; George "Jazz" Stipp, tenor saxophone; Frank A. Malambri, alto saxophone and...
    • Orpheum Theater Orchestra

    • Entertainment; Music; Musician; Theatre; Quincy, Illinois;
    • Orpheum Theater Orchestra posing outside the building in 1920. Front row: Frank Malambri, saxophone and cello; John Glaspey, drums; Harry Love, piano. Back row: Billy Call, violin and band leader; Earl Barr, organ; Carl Hibbard, trumpet; Jack...
    • St. Francis Choir & Orchestra

    • Churches; Entertainment; Quincy, Illinois
    • St. Francis Choir & Orchestra. Sid Hausmann, str. bass; Frank A. Malambri, cello; Wm. Timpe, violin; Louis Zwick, violin; Wiebner, cornet; Middendorf, flute. Aloys Musholt, top row, six from right. Exterior photo of 78 men, women and children,...
    • WTAD Radio Studio

    • Businesses; Radio; Quincy, Illinois
    • WTAD Radio main studio, in building at Sixth & State Streets. Four Horsemen quartet, Ollie Ferguson, James Borg, Fred Weyant, and Harrison O'Farrell, played here for some time. Also Frank Malambri's Salon Trio, including Andrew Musholt and...
    • O' Farrell Brothers Orchestra

    • Entertainment; Music; Musician; Quincy, Illinois;
    • The O' Farrell Brothers Orchestra performing in May of 1924 at the O' Farrell Danceland on the Hutmacher property on North 12th Street, outside of the city limits. Seated on the far left, Frank Malambri, saxophone; Ralph O' Farrell (1906-),...
    • O' Farrell Orchestra

    • Entertainment; Music; Musician; Quincy, Illinois;
    • O' Farrell Jazz Band performing at Highland Park October 9, 1902. Carl Leifhelm, piano; Roy Rapp, drums; William O' Farrell (1880-1927), violin; Harrison "Buck" O' Farrell (1885- 1941), trombone; Martin "Hick" O' Farrell (1878-1933), trumpet; Frank...
    • O' Farrell Brothers Danceland

    • Entertainment; Music; Musician; Quincy, Illinois;
    • The O' Farrell Brothers Orchestra performed at the O' Farrell Danceland on the Hutmacher property on North 12th Street, outside of the city limits. Members included: Frank Malambri, saxophone; Martin"Hick" O' Farrell (1878-1933), cornet; Harris...
    • Rialto Jazz Band

    • Entertainment; Musician; Music; Dance Orchestra; Quincy, Illinois;
    • Rialto Jazz Band playing outside. Howard C. Saunders, drums and band leader; Frank Malambri, saxophone; Paul Rost, trumpet; Sidney Hausman, trombone; Carl Leifhelm, piano; George W. Jackson, saxophone and violin. BW Exterior 8 /10" x 5".
    • Joe Bonansinga Orchestra

    • Entertainment; Music; Musician; Dance Orchestra; Quincy, Illinois;
    • Joe Bonansinga and his Orchestra, 1934 in the Hotel Lincoln- Douglas Ballroom. Front row: Junie Musolino, M.C., xylophonist, vocalist; George "Jazz" Stipp, tenor saxophone and clarinet; Joe Bonansinga, alto saxophone, baritone saxophone, clarinet;...
    • City of St. Louis at Quincy

    • Boats; Businesses; Transportation; Quincy, Illinois
    • City of St. Louis steamer docked at Quincy. Exterior photo of boat, people on decks and ramp. Crates on the ground. People looking on from shore and Wm. Malambri horse and wagon. Believed to be sidewheeler built in 1883 and burned 1903. B/w,...
    • Sixth and Hampshire Looking East

    • Businesses; Views; Quincy, Illinois
    • Sixth and Hampshire looking east. Exterior photo. Businesses on the north side: 601, Brunswick Billiard Parlors; 601 1/2, Dr. Stannus; 603, Paris Cafe; 605, Walker Chili Parlor; 611, Buehler Bros. Meats; 623, Occidental Hotel. South side: 602,...
    • W.P.A. String Ensemble

    • Entertainment; Dance Orchestra; Music; Musician; Quincy, Illinois;
    • Works Progress Administration String Ensemble in Peoria, Illinois. Top, Ned Picerno ensemble's director and violinist. Mildred Nelson; Frank A. Malambri, cello;and Eva Lightfall. BW Portrait 8 1/8" x 5".
    • Louis Weber

    • Entertainment; Music; Musician; Pianos; Radio; Vaudeville
    • Louis Weber (1893-1930) played piano in Frank Malambri Orchestra. Louis was in vaudeville in the Palmer Act. Played piano in the Music department of Steele and Kresy Dime Store. Louis Weber played in radio station W.I.L. out of St. Louis. He died...
    • Washington Square Theatre

    • Entertainment; Quincy, Illinois;
    • Washington Square Theatre Orchestra members taken at a party in 1925. Front row: Frank Malambri, saxophone; unidentified actor; William "Billy" Call, violin and leader; Joe Brockman, Louis Straley, Herald-Whig; Mr. Miller. Back row: Albert Smelser,...
    • Washington Square Theatre Orchestra

    • Entertainment; Music; Musician; Vaudeville; Theatre; Quincy, Illinois;
    • Original Washington Theatre Orchestra. Organist, Harold Gulbranson. Orchestra leader and violinist, Ned Picerno; Ernest W. Phelps, violin; Frank A. Malambri, cello; M. L. Verniaud, flute; Barney Damhorst, clarinet; George Hoffman, cornet; Leslie B....
    • Washington Theatre

    • Entertainment, Music; Dance Orchestra; Actors and Actresses; Music; Musician; Vaudeville; Theatre; Quincy, Illinois;
    • Washington Theatre Orchestra and stage personnel taken about 1926 or 1927. Ned Picerno was the leader of the orchestra when Washington Theatre opened June 16, 1924. Washington Square Theatre was originally owned by Peter E. Pinkleman and Albert R...

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