This publicly distributed handout photo made available by the Library Congress shows 

This publicly distributed handout photo made available by the Library Congress shows from left, Lawrence Brown, Johnny Hodges, and Adele Girard, performing at the Turkish Embassy in Washington, in the 1930s. Pianist Herbie Hancock is looking forward to paying tribute to the special connection between Turkey and jazz music forged decades ago when the Turkish ambassador opened his residence for white and black musicians to jam together at a time when segregation held sway in the U.S. capital. (AP Photo/The Library of Congress, William P. Gottlieb)
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This publicly distributed handout photo made available by the Library Congress shows from left, Lawrence Brown, Johnny Hodges, and Adele Girard, performing at the Turkish Embassy in Washington, in the 1930s. Pianist Herbie Hancock is looking forward to paying tribute to the special connection between Turkey and jazz music forged decades ago when the Turkish ambassador opened his residence for white and black musicians to jam together at a time when segregation held sway in the U.S. capital. (AP Photo/The Library of Congress, William P. Gottlieb)
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