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.
A delivery truck parked in front of a three-story brick building in London. The truck has a sign reading "H.M. Stationery Office." There's a small cannon at the base of the building to the right of the truck.
Poster advertising Earle's Fall Fashion and Fur Show on Sunday, October 12, 1952, 8PM, at Music Hall in Municipal Auditorium; attractions include Marva Louis Spaulding, Miss Kansas City Popularity Contest, and $1,000 mink giveaway; $2.00 admission tickets available at Rose Room, Streets Hotel; Earle's, 2628 Indiana; Parkview Drug, 27th and Benton, Millie's Lounge, 26th and Indiana, Mardi Gras, 19th and Vine; photo of Marva Louis Spaulding on poster.
A large stone statue of a man wearing robes and holding a sword in front of a large church somewhere in Europe. The building has a row of large columns. Illegible Latin words are engraved in the base of the statue.