For almost 30 years of his life, Louis Armstrong lived in a modest home in Corona, Queens, not far from where his fourth wife, Lucille, was from. By the time Louis moved into his New York home, he was a world-renowned entertainer and a millionaire, but at home in his working-class nieghborhood, he took time to play with children and to write lenghty replies to his fan letters. After Louis' death on 1971, his and Lucille's home became a National Historic Landmark. In 2003, it opened as the Louis Armstrong House Museum. For more information go to http://www.louisarmstronghouse.org
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