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Ghosts of yesterday

Memories of Boston's jazz heyday live on at Wally's Cafe

James Guilford, 93, cut and styled the hair of many famous jazz artists who came to town. His friend Joseph L. 'Wally' Walcott opened Wally's in 1934.
James Guilford, 93, cut and styled the hair of many famous jazz artists who came to town. His friend Joseph L. "Wally" Walcott opened Wally's in 1934. (Globe Staff Photo / Jonathan Wiggs) Globe Staff Photo / Jonathan Wiggs
By Jack Thomas
Globe Staff / August 8, 2005

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At one of Boston's oldest jazz clubs, Wally's Cafe in the South End, it's the morning after. (Full article: 1590 words)

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