Poster advertising performances at Boone Theatre, Kansas City, for eight days commencing Saturday, September 27, 1941; featured events include a "Midnite Ramble Saturday-Sunday-Thursday" and "Jack Schenck presents Darktown Scandals"; poster advertises featured singer Ida Cox, "Plus red-hot stage band", and 'Cast of 35 / 12 singing, dancing, hi-brown babies;" illustration of dancing girl on poster.
Poster advertising services for Douglass State Bank; services include "Checking accounts, 1 1/2% interest paid on savings accounts, Safe deposit boxes, Low interest rates on automobile loans and financing, Courteous personal service."
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.
Poster advertising concert at Municipal Auditorium, Kansas City, on Thursday, February 2, 1942, sponsored by Paseo Men's Service Club, featuring "The Spotlight sensation" Count Basie; admission 75 cents in advance.
Poster advertising performances at Scott's Club, 18th Street and Highland, Kansas City, for one week starting March 6 through Sunday, March 10; advertised entertainment includes "Charles A. Taylor's latest edition of Bronze Manikins", "Songs-dancing-comedy", "Arnold and his Orchestra, Three Ropesters, 35 colored artists, Ten Bronze Bombshell Beauties;" illustration of dancing girls on poster.
Poster advertising concert on Sunday, May 30, 1943, at Municipal Auditorium, Kansas City; concert featured the Ink Spots and Lucky Millinder and his Orchestra featuring Trevor Bacon, Peg Leg Bates, Red and Curley (not pictured); special added attraction of Sister Rosetta Tharpe; admission $1.00 in advance and $1.25 at the door; tickets on sale at Crown Drug Stores: 12th and Paseo, 18th and Vine, 22nd and Prospect; Monarch Taxi, KCMO; Drew's Pharmacy, Home Drug Co., KCK.
Poster advertising third annual Xmas Frolic presented by R.T. Coles Veterans School on Monday, December 26, 1949, at New Prospect Hall, 22nd & Prospect; featuring music by R.T. Coles G.I. Pranksters; admission listed as 75 cents in advance and $1.00 at door.
Election campaign poster for Freedom Inc. candidates on the Democrat ballot representing the 18th Ward, Kansas City: Jessie Mills and Sterling H. Bryant; includes a black and white photograph of each candidate.
Poster advertising employment and rental services for M & R Employment Agency at 3835 Prospect; jobs listed include "Chauffeurs, Butlers, Waiters, Truck Drivers, Station Attendants, Housemen, Laborers, Store Clerks, Janitors, Bus Boys, Caterers, Mechanics / Office Work, Nurses, Housekeepers, Waitresses, Cooks, Laundress, Receptionist, Typist, Sitters, Cateresses, Maids, Hospital Attendants, Etc."; phone number listed as UN1-2016; Charley Moore, Jr., President and Wilbert E. Rutledge, Sr., Vice President.
Poster advertising Gala Cabaret Party and Floor Show presented by AMVETS at Armory on 18th and Highland on Sunday, June 29, 1947, 10PM to 2AM; music by Gene Carter and Orchestra; $1.00 suggested donation.
Poster advertising the third annual Thanksgiving Day Matinee Dance sponsored by R.T. Coles Veterans Training School from 2PM to 6PM at Prospect Hall; music by G.I. Pranksters; admission 75 cents in advance and $1.00 at the door.
Poster advertising concert at Municipal Auditorium, Kansas City, on Sunday, October 11, 1942, featuring Cab Calloway and his Cotton Club Orchestral; admission 75 cents in advance and 90 cents at the door; tickets on sale at Crown Drug Stores, Monarch Taxi, Cundiff Drug Store, 5th and Quindaro; Drew's Pharmacy, and Home Drug Co., Kansas City, Kansas.
Epperson Megaphone Minstrels promotional composite; engravings by Carlton & Rose Kansas City Engraving Company; top row: U.S. Epperson, E.M. Clendening, John W. Specs, August F. Seested; middle row: K.G. Leavens, Harry Haley, Edwin K. Chafee, Jas. W. Hingston, Geo. W. Curtiss; bottom row: John Behr, Seymour Rice, Gilbert C. Farley, John F. Lumpkin, Walter S. Halliwell.