The cornetist on Naylor's recording of "High Society" was Edward "Pinky" Gerbrecht. Pinky was from New Orleans and from a very musical family. His nephew, Jerold Gerbrecht, was the principal trumpet with the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra from c.1966-96 and there were lots of trumpet players and musicians in the Gerbrecht family-to this day, in fact. I studied with Jerold Gerbrecht for a number of years and he told me about his uncle, Pinky, who was a well regarded player in New Orleans. Like many musicians, Pinky wasn't active full time as a musician during the depression but did play with a WPA orchestra during the 1930's. The Naylor recordings are surprisingly good and well worth checking out. Jules Bauduc (Ray's brother) is the banjo player with Naylor and Jules also led a good band in New Orleans in the 1920's-allegedly the first jazz band to broadcast on radio from New Orleans. The other players, excepting Bob Zurke who is on the last recordings by Naylor's band are not well known but I'd bet there's a number of NOLA players among them.