Jeannie and Jimmy Cheatham on stage at the Blue Note in New York City; Jeannie, in red, is seated at a piano, playing and singing into a microphone; Jimmy, wearing a red hat, is doing something at the right of the photo; several members of the audience can be seen as well as part of a sign for the Blue Note above the stage.
Jimmy Cheatham conducting the UCSD Jazz Ensemble; wearing a vest and hat he's facing the right of the photo with arms raised to shoulder height; an unidentified pianist (white male) is seen beyond him.
Jeannie and Jimmy Cheatham on stage at the Blue Note in New York City; Jeannie, in red, is seated at a piano, playing and singing into a microphone; Jimmy, wearing a red hat, is doing something at the right of the photo with another, unidentified man; several members of the audience can be seen as well as part of a sign for the Blue Note above the stage.
Jimmy Cheatham presenting an award to Count Basie at a UCSD concert; they are standing side by side in front of a microphone with Basie holding the award; Cheatham is looking at Basie and Basie is looking over to the right.
"Jimmy and Jeannie Cheatham receiving the Grand Prix du Disque de Jazz award (for their "Sweet baby blues" album), presented by Concord Records president, Carl Jefferson, while Curtis Peagler watches."
Jeannie and Jimmy Cheatham posing for a photo with Grover Mitchell between them with his arms around them; Jeannie and Grover are looking ahead at the camera and Jimmy has his eyes closed and head turned toward Jeannie.
Jay McShann, in a blue suit with red and blue tie, Jeannie Cheatham with a straw hat, and Jimmy Cheatham in all white and a white hat, all standing together for a photo beside a large beige colored car; all facing the camera and smiling.
Jeannie Cheatham seated between her sisters Jo Anne and Charlotte Evans on a sofa with an unidentified African American man leaning in over them for the photograph; a baby stroller is partially seen behind them all.
Buck Clayton on stage with a group of musicians and two unidentified men (likely: Hank Jones, piano; Freddie Green, guitar; Philly Jo Jones, drums; Eddie Jones, bass; Curtis Fuller, trombone; Frank Wess, reeds; Buck Clayton, conductor; unidentified trumpeter) at the 1984 Kool Jazz Festival, Avery Fisher Hall, New York, N.Y.
A postcard of The City Light Orchestra performing: Tim Whitmer (piano), Ahmad Alaadeen (saxophone), LaVerne Barker (bass), David Basse (drums). The flash of a camera is visible in the mirror behind the piano. Three trees with decorative lights are across the back of the stage. The seated crowd is visible in the foreground