New York demonstration on behalf of Artie Shaw. Unidentified people standing outside and wearing coats are holding signs proclaiming affection for Shaw, likely in support of his discharge from armed service.
Andy Russell and Eileen Barton standing in front of a stage curtain. Russell is holding a microphone and looking forward with a loving expression. Barton is holding Russell's suit jacket with one hand and raising a fist in the air while looking forward with a surprised expression.
Danny Kaye performing with a band featuring Benny Goodman playing clarinet, Tommy Dorsey playing trombone, Charlie Barnet playing saxophone, Louis Armstrong playing trumpet and Lionel Hampton playing vibraphone in a still shot from the film "A Song Is Born" Kaye is holding one arm up and smiling.
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).
Leon and Orchid Jordan standing in the basement of their house in Kansas City with items collected in Africa. They are holding a hammock and Orchid is wearing a handmade hat. The items on display include rugs and containers and other handmade artifacts.
George Paxton, Lee Taylor, and Rosemary Calvin standing around a microphone, performing in a studio. Paxton is standing far left. Taylor is in the middle, holding music in his hand. Calvin is standing far right, holding her hands up in the air with a surprised expression.
Jim Moran, Turhan Bey, Matt Dennis, and Dave Dexter seated at tables with microphones for a broadcast of "Can You Tie That" KLAC radio program hosted by Al Jarvis in Los Angeles, California. An unidentified man sits on a bench at the side. Moran is looking down while Bey, Dennis, and Dexter face each other in conversation.
Lionel Stander, Frank De Vol, Peggy Lee, and Dave Dexter seated at tables with microphones in a tile studio for a broadcast of "Can You Tie That" KLAC radio program hosted by Al Jarvis in Los Angeles, California.