Jimmy Smith ("A Date With" cover shot)-11 X 14 Silver Gelatin Print

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This image of Jimmy Smith was shot by Francis Wolff at Smith's "Sounds Of Jimmy Smith" session of February 12, 1957. This rare 1957 photographic print (printed off center) is 11" x 14" was made for designer Reid Miles. It was used as the cover image for the Blue Note albums "A Date With Jimmy Smith, Vols 1 & 2". There are some light brown stains of the back of the print which do not affect the front.
NOTE: The red background is not part of the print.
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Jimmy Smith ("A Date With" cover shot)-11 X 14 Silver Gelatin Print
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