Nat Pierce with Buck Clayton in front of a large advertising sign for Pacharn Natural (liquor), with text: Tu copa natural, and pretending they are holding onto the pictured glass; to the left is a woman looking at the camera and holding a child close to her to avoid walking into the camera's range but they're in the photo anyway.
Clora Bryant, Curtis Peagler, and Dinky Morris, standing with an unidentified group of three Women , one holding a toddler; Peagler and Morris are standing behind the main group; at the Jazz Showcase in Chicago.
Drew Cady and Jeannie Cheatham with five other people setting up for "An Evening of Note", honoring Jeannie Cheatham, held at the Museum of Making Music's 7th Annual Gala; Jeannie and Drew are standing by her piano and most others have their backs to the camera.
Jeannie Cheatham, Jimmy Cheatham, Dinky Moore, and Curtis Peagler on stage with an unidentified group of people including one woman holding a toddler in her arms; a sign for the Jazz Showcase is above them.
San Marcos High School Jazz Ensemble performing at the entrance to "An Evening of Note", honoring Jeannie Cheatham, held at the Museum of Making Music's 7th Annual Gala; band director Matt Armstrong and unidentified woman in a purple dress are standing together and facing the camera to the right of photo beside the band.
Members of the Sweet Baby Blues Band standing in front of a bus (Jimmy Cheatham, Dinky Morris, Jeannie Cheatham, Rickey Woodard, unidentified white woman in a red jacket, Curtis Peagler, Clora Bryant and Ironman Harris); hanging above them on the side of the bus is a computer printed banner reading "Bobbie Blue Bland eat your heart out".
Jeannie and Jimmy Cheatham posing for a photo with an unidentified blonde woman and an unidentified African American man; all facing the camera and smiling; all wearing name tags but the individual names are unreadable from the photo; unknown event.
Group photo of the participants in the Great Day in Hollywood; all seated or standing on a set of concrete steps outside an unidentified building; Jeannie and Jimmy 8th & 9th row up; mixed group of white and African American members.
Jay McShann standing with Bert and Gwen Bauer of York, Nebraska; McShann is standing a little in front of the Bauers; both Jay and Bert and looking over to the left and Gwen is holding a drawing in her hands and looking directly at the camera.
Four unidentified jazz trumpet players with their instruments (three women in matching outfits and one man a gray suit with glasses); the three women from the right of the photo are laughing together, the man is looking at the camera and woman beside him is looking straight ahead; an unidentified African American woman in a hat and coat is seated in front of them looking ahead of her.
Duke Ellington (left) with unidentified men and women (one African American man); members of the press around seen around them with cameras, and microphones; they are standing by a large stone hearth with modern painting above it.
Jay McShann posing for a photo with unidentified woman in glasses in the stairwell; McShann has one arm around her and his holding a paper cup and a pack of cigarettes in the other hand; both facing the camera and smiling.
Jay McShann seated in his blue recliner at his home; an unidentified man is kneeling next to him shaking hands; Marianne McShann (Thelma Adams) is standing on the other side of the recliner looking off camera.