Buck Clayton, Ben Webster, Eddie Barefield, and an unidentified man in suspenders standing outside the Famous Door on 52nd Street in New York City with the awning for Club Nocturne seen behind them as well as two well dressed men in suits walking towards the group.
Unidentified man in a white tank top and a long-necked beer glass (almost empty) walking in front of a drag queen stopped to check her shoes for something during the pride festival at Barney Allis Plaza in Kansas City; fencing can be seen beyond them and there's a partial view of another unidentified man at the left of the photo.
Portrait of Representative Lloyd Daniel standing outside in the winter on a sidewalk with foot trampled slush near an unidentified building with an awning running along its length and farther along a sign for "Hot Tamale Brown's"; he's wearing a long winter coat and necktie and looking serious.
Evening shot of the neon signs of the Paramount Theatre marquee in Times Square advertising performances by Count Basie & Band, Sister Tharpe and a showing of the film Say it in French starring Ray Milland, Olympe Bradna and Mary Carlisle.
View of a trash can marked "Litter box", sandy paths and a few people milling about; in the distance part of the crowd for the Second National March on Washington for Lesbian and Gay Rights is seen along with the Jefferson Memorial beyond them.
Shot of the crowd at the pride festival on Barney Allis Plaza in Kansas City clearly meant to feature the front of the shirtless leatherman photographed earlier from behind; he is wearing leather short chaps with blues shorts underneath and a clear outline of his penis showing, leather harness, bicep bands, hand straps, and a blue cowboy hat.
Man in a pink cape and costume turned to face the banner and marchers of the Lesbian and Gay Coalition for Justice Banner, Tennessee at the Millennium March on Washington; spectators, trees, and an unidentified building in the background.
Entry in the 1992 Kansas City pride parade from the Kansas City Rainbow Society for the Deaf consisting of a Volkswagen van painted with rainbow stripes with an American and rainbow flag on top; two unidentified people are sitting on the van's roof and the sign behind them (white triangle, pink background) is of their logo and the sign at the front of the van reads "A part of… Not apart from"; other marchers and spectators and another car can also be seen.
View of some of the passing crowd from a seated position during the Millennium Pride Festival in Washington D.C.; lighting is poor so the people are all shaded; a tent awning and traffic light can also be seen.
Well built, unidentified, shirtless man in a ball cap, sunglasses and jeans standing in front of an awning by a chain-link fence with empty boxes and litter on the ground at the Millennium Pride Festival in Washington D.C.; a few other people and buildings are also seen.
Marchers with the banner for the Gay and Lesbian Caucus of the National Education Association in the Millennium March on Washington; a crowd of spectators is seen along the route and the Washington Monument can be seen in the background, also the top part of a tipi behind the crowd.