- ^ Douglas Martin (2006年4月25日). “William Gottlieb, 89, Jazz Photographer”. New York Times 2010年10月8日閲覧. "William P. Gottlieb, who with a boxy, old-fashioned press camera indelibly defined what jazz looked like in a brief, magical time when both early legends like Armstrong and Ellington and the emerging beboppers ruled the bandstands and radio waves, died on Sunday at his home in Great Neck, N.Y. He was 89. The cause was a stroke, his wife, Delia, said."