Satirical cartoon depicting Dave Dexter producing a Capitol Records recording session. The illustration shows band members precariously balanced on desks and suspended in the air with a caption that reads "O.K. cats, ready to cut the master - we finally got the band balanced!"
Publicity reproduction of a painting featuring portraits of Jeannie Cheatham, Sippie Wallace, and "Big Mama" Thornton arranged against a background of blue brush strokes; all are singing; for the KPBS special "Three Generations of the Blues"; artists' signature not clear.
Presidents of the Commercial Club of Kansas City, Missouri, and its successor, the Chamber of Commerce; possibly distributed by Kansas City Chamber of Commerce; first column: L.E. Irwin 1888-1889, F.A. Faxon 1889-1990, J.M. Pattenson 1890-1891, G.F. Putnam 1891-1892, Charles Campbell 1892-1893; second column: J.E. James 1893-1894, Geo. W. Fuller 1894-1895, A.R. Meyer 1895-1896, M.V. Watson 1896-1897, William Barton 1897-1898, H.W. Evans 1898-1899; third column: U.S. Epperson 1899-1900, C.J. Schmelzer 1900-1901, W.B Grimes 1887-1888, WB Thayer 1901-1902, J.F. Richards 1902-1903; fourth column: C.D. Parker 1903-1904, L.M. Miller 1904-1905, J.D. Robertson 1905-1906, O.V. Dodge 1906-1907, H.B. Topping 1907-1908, Leon Smith 1908-1909; fifth column: W.L Bland 1909-1910, J.C. Lester 1910-1911, H.G. Moore 1911-1912, John H. Wiles 1912-1913, H.A. Fitch 1913-1914; sixth column: Chas. S Keith 1914-1915, Chas. R. Butler 1915-1916, Chas. E. Faeth Oct 1 1916-Jan 1 1917, Fred L. Dickey Jan 1 1917-Oct 1 1917, Franklin D. Crabbs 1917-1918, B.A. Parsons 1918-1919; seventh column: W.S. McLucas 1919-1920, F.C. Sharon 1920-1921, Edward O. Faeth 1921-1922, N.N. Dalton 1922-1923, F.J. Bannister 1923-1924.
Caricature of Benny Goodman playing clarinet with his arms raised high in the air. A caption reads: Benny Goodman will bring his sextet and big band to public television Tuesday, Dec. 6 at 8PM on KCET/28. The 60-minute PBS special, made possible by a grant from Atlantic Richfield Company, was taped by WETA at Wolf Trap Farm Park for the Performing Arts near Washington, DC.
Illustration print featuring a caricature of George Gershwin and Ira Gershwin. George is playing the piano while smoking a cigarette and Ira is writing on paper while smoking a cigar. A caption below is advertising the PBS special "Festival 78."