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Charles Delaware Staigers was an American cornetist. He was born in Muncie, Indiana. In 1919, he played as a soloist with John Philip Sousa's band. In 1926, he joined the Goldman Band and played with them through 1934.
- "DEL STAIGERS, 52, NOTED CORNETIST: Soloist With Goldman Band 1926-34, Dies". The New York Times. 15 July 1950. p. 13.
- "FRENCH MUSIC BY GOLDMAN: To Celebrate Bastile Day Tonight -- Last Night's Concert". The New York Times. 14 July 1926. p. 19.
- "MALL CONCERTS END; CHEERS FOR GOLDMAN: Throng Presents Band Conductor His Portrait in Gold -- Del Staigers Gets Gold Cornet". The New York Times. 13 Aug 1927. p. 10.
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