December 2007
Jet;12/24/2007, Vol. 112 Issue 25, p48
The article discusses an auction of goods owned by late soul singer Luther Vandross. The auction was called "Elegance On Stage, Elegance in Life," and was held at the Dawson & Nye Auction House in Morris Plains, New Jersey. Items that were sold included an original Picasso charcoal drawing, about 400 pairs of shoes, and a platinum diamond bracelet. A quote is presented from Vandross' mother, Mary Ida Vandross.


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