Lee Stewart [Keith Payton], Joe Knoche, Ray Moler, and Ken Cook in dark suits sitting at Pickwick Hotel Coffee Shop table in semi-circle. Restaurant counter visible in background. Two waitresses in white partially visible on image right side. "Pickwick Hotel Coffee Shop L to R: / Keith Payton [correct spelling Painton], announcer; Joe Knoche, Recording Engineer; / Ray Moler, Chief Engineer; Ken Cook / Note soda fountain background with ad for 25-cent salmon salad sandwich." printed on bottom of image.
Richard Bolling talking with members of the press for a KCSD TV program in Washington, D.C., also broadcast on KCPT. Sitting left to right are John Pierson, with the Wall Street Journal; Mary Russell, with the Washington Post; Bolling; and Henry Clay Bold, with the Kansas City Star.
Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II shaking hands at an event celebrating the 15th anniversary of their musical "Oklahoma." Rodgers is standing on the left and Hammerstein on the right. Both are wearing black tuxedoes.
Richard Bolling sitting on a panel for MIT Center for International Studies Peace Games in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Bolling is sitting second from left with three unidentified men talking and writing in notebooks.
In Hollywood, in 1946, Count Basie smokes his pipe and enjoys the company of his supporters Dave Dexter, Jr., the writer and record producer; John Hammond, who discovered him in Kansas City; and Sonny Burke, the bandleader who later became Frank Sinatra's record producer and who died in 1980 (from photo caption).
Richard Bolling speaking at the Mid-Continent Farmers Association (AKA Missouri Farmers Association) annual meeting in Columbia, Missouri. Bolling is standing at a podium in front of several unidentified people.