The Louis Armstrong House and Archives in the Corona neighborhood in Queens, was named a national historic landmark by 1977. It recently received a $1.6 million renovation.
The site's memorabilia includes Armstrong's trumpets, his personal scrapbooks and rare photographs.
"Louis Armstrong: The Offstage Story of Satchmo" by Michael Cogswell, published in August by Collector's Press, is the official book of the house. It includes more than 300 never-before-seen photographs of Armstrong.
For more info on the book and Armstrong's house visit satchmo.net.
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