Some of Louis Prima's colorful clothes are on display at the exhibit.
A publicity photo featuring Louis Prima and King Louie, the character he voiced in Disney's Jungle Book in 1967.
The Grammy award Louis Prima and Keely Smith won in 1958 for "That Old Black Magic."
One of the gold records earned by a Louis Prima album, this one a recent compilation of his greatest hits.
Louis Prima and his wife Gia with Frank Sinatra.
A photo of Louis Prima's tomb at Metairie Cemetery, which includes a line from one of his most well-known songs, Just a Gigolo / I Aint' Got Nobody: "When the end comes I know they'll say just a gigolo. Life goes on without me."