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The Louis Armstrong House Museum (LAHM) launches “That’s My Home,” a new online exhibition that shares with homebound citizens around the globe a glimpse into Louis’s life at his home in Corona, Queens, where he lived the last 40 years of his life. LAHM’s Research Collections Director, Ricky Riccardi, has been hard at work with the Museum’s staff to create an online portal documenting Armstrong’s life at home through archival footage, rare photographs, and priceless audio from Armstrong’s own private reel-to-reel tapes. In the coming weeks, the site will add virtual tours of the home (a national landmark), livestream panel discussions, and more.

Check out the virtual exhibition here: