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.
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.
An unidentified African American man wearing a suit turns to his right and looks up to the ceiling as he sits at the piano and plays with his left hand. A cowbell lays on top of the piano. The piano lid is open.
An African American jazz pianist, only Memphis Slim's head and shoulders are visible and he does not smile as he holds a microphone across his chest with his right hand and sits at a piano at an unidentified venue. There is a wall mural behind him of mountains and sky. A Schlitz beer sits on a table in the foreground. Memphis Slim wears a light colored shirt, necktie, and suit jacket.
Myra Taylor sings with the Curtyse Foster Band, whose members are African American, at an unidentified venue in Kansas City. Farthest to the left Bunnie "Bumps" Love smiles to her right at the photographer as she sits with her hands on the piano keys. To the right is the unidentified bass player. In the center front is Myra Taylor with her arms spread as she smiles and sings into a microphone on the stand in front of her. She wears a full-length evening gown. To her left behind her on the stage is Curtyse Foster wearing a tuxedo and blowing into a saxophone. To Curtyse's left and behind him on stage is Bill Nolan smiling and playing the drums. To Bill's left and in front of Bill on the stage, Elmer Price blows into a trumpet. There is a derby hat hanging on a stand in front of Elmer Price. The front corners of the stage are decorated with organ pipes.
A band, whose members are African American, sits on stage likely playing jazz at the Jockey Club, 10th and Paseo in Kansas City, Missouri. Farthest to the left is Bill Jones playing drums as he wears sunglasses. In front of Bill and to his left is a seated unidentified sax player blowing into his alto saxophone. To his left in the center of the stage is an unidentified bass player with his head slightly bent forward but his eyes looking up straight at the photographer. Behind the bass player and to his left is William Fisher playing the piano and looking out between the piano and the lifted lid. In front of William Fisher and slightly to his left is an unidentified seated trumpet player blowing into his horn. Around the edge of the stage is a scalloped stage decoration of two horse heads facing each other with a jockey's cap in between them. On the door to the back right there is a "J" over a "C" logo on the window to indicated the Jockey Club.
Joyce Taylor singing into a microphone and accompanied by pianist Terry Grover at the hospital Staff Awards Ceremony. Other instruments, including a drum kit, are on the stage behind them. Other attendees (one African American man, the rest white women and men) can be seen at the left.
Eubie Blake playing piano (facing the right) with Jo Jones, Tyree Glenn, Maxine Sullivan, Billy Taylor, and Bill Bolcom gathered around him watching while celebrating his 89th birthday at the Oversea Jazz Club; Tyree Glenn is holding his trombone and a banner with the name of the club can be partly seen behind the group and a clarinet is lying on the space above the piano's keyboard.
Eubie Blake playing piano (facing the right) with Jo Jones, Tyree Glenn, Maxine Sullivan, Billy Taylor, and Bill Bolcom gathered around him watching while celebrating his 89th birthday at the Oversea Jazz Club; Joe Jones is holding a set of drumsticks and a banner with the name of the club can be partly seen behind the group and a clarinet is lying on the space above the piano's keyboard.
Jeannie and Jimmy Cheatham playing on stage; just Jeannie's head is visible and Jimmy is beside her playing trombone and wearing a red sweater and beret; unidentified musicians are also seen including a saxophonist; on Harbor Island, San Diego.
Jeannie Cheatham playing piano on stage, partially obscured, with the hands of an unidentified white male double bassist seen on the left and Jimmy Cheatham with his back to the camera standing behind Jeannie; a drum set is also seen; on Harbor Island, San Diego.
Eubie Blake dancing with Maxine Sullivan with jazz musicians playing for them (Billy Taylor, piano ; Max Kaminsky, trumpet ; Tyree Glenn, trombone ; Tony Parenti, clarinet ; Charles McGee (likely) ; Roger Glenn, flute ; Jo Jones, drums) at Blake's 89th birthday party at the Oversea Jazz Club in New York City; behind them is a club banner.
Group photo of a group of jazz musicians sitting for a formal portrait and including Jimmy and Jeannie Cheatham; Jimmy is holding his trombone and Jeannie is seated at a piano the others are gathered around; all looking forward at the camera and all holding their instruments.