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Elaine Anderson, 80; activist, ex-dancer

By Andrea Levene
Globe Correspondent / April 21, 2004

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Before Elaine (Zeitz) Anderson became an influential activist in Boston's Back Bay, she made her mark in jazz by dancing near the stage as Duke Ellington's band performed at the Newport Jazz Festival in 1956. A photograph from this event would later become the cover of one of Ellington's most popular albums. (Full Article: 653 Words)

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