b. 19 March 1919, Pickens, Arkansas, USA, d. 10 January 1990, Toledo, Ohio, USA. Although his initial years had been spent in Louisiana, Mitchell was raised in Detroit after his mom passed away around 1926, where time he previously already adopted the harmonica. Hoboing back the south, he spent a long time going through Louisiana, Arkansas and east Tx. Because of his diminutive stature, he gained the nickname Small Walter time before Walter Jacobs appropriated it. Inducted in to the military, he claims to get fought in both European and ASIAN promotions before a feet injury caused his discharge. Time for Detroit, he come up with the Boogie Blues Children, which also highlighted his cousin, guitarist L.C. Green. In 1948, Mitchell documented for Joe Von Struggle with a music group that included Robert Richard on second harmonica and pianist Boogie Woogie Crimson. Four years afterwards, he followed Green on the program in Gallatin, Tennessee, for Dot Information. The pair continued to be together through the entire 50s, and Mitchell caused several Detroit music artists, including Baby Boy Warren, Eddie Melts away as well as the Griswold brothers. Though sparsely documented, Mitchell’s records stay sought-after collector’s products.