Louis Armstrong Museum

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This week, on an unassuming street in the Corona section of Queens in New York, the Louis Armstrong House opened to the public. Louis Armstrong lived in that house for the last 30 years of his life, and it has been restored to the way it looked when Armstrong last lived there.

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