The Don Kinch Collection consists of 26 open reel audio recordings of jazz musician Don Kinch.
Don Kinch was born May 14, 1917 in Kelso, Washington. During his musical career he worked with the Castle Jazz Band, the Turk
Murphy Jazz Band, the Firehouse Five Plus Two, and Don Kinch's Conductors Ragtime Band. Throughout his career he played a
variety of instruments: violin, trumpet, string bass, tuba, and helicon. In the 1970s he moved to Portland, Oregon and operated
a musical instrument repair business. Don Kinch died July 24, 1998 in Portland, Oregon.
1 box [1 linear feet]
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