Woman in jacket and man in suspenders both seated at a patio table. There are plates, bowls, and glasses on the table, and a tilted umbrella on a pole coming through the middle of the table. There are other tables and chairs, including a person seated and another umbrella at the image left. Everything is in front of a brick building with an open door.
Woman smiling with her eyes closed, wearing a striped dress, with her hands in front of her waist. She is standing next to Warren Durrett in a long sleeve shirt and pants, with his hands behind his back, and something visible in his breast pocket. They are standing in front of a building with a short wooden railing in front of it and the words "PIT BAR-B-Q" painted next to a window.
Durrett family gathered at a restaurant for 50th anniversary. There is a portrait on the back wall and a 7-Up advertisement hanging from the ceiling. Two men stand in the back, behind rows of seated people. There are 22 people in all: men, women, and children. In front of the family is a long table full of plates and glasses, and at the very front of the image is a cash register.
Group of eight boys (one significantly older and taller than the rest) standing in a sandwich shop, with a man in the back left, and Warren Durrett in the back right. There are paper bags on tables in front of them, along with a coat, there are lights on the ceiling, and a painting or photograph hanging on the wall behind them.
Three young children (two of whom are black), standing with Warren Durrett and another man who is wearing a turtleneck, in a sandwich shop. There is a table in front of them with bags on it, a counter behind them, a "Wet Paint" sign on a pillar, and a sign on the wall that says "Sandys Sandwich Shoppe," with illegible writing beneath.
Young boy sitting and smiling towards the camera, with one leg up, and an older gentleman crouched down at his side, hands on the boy's shoe, helping him either put it on or take it off. Another boy is standing behind them, and they are in a sandwich shop with small square tables, chairs, and a checkered floor. There is a paper bag on a table to the left, and a coat around a chair on the right.
Man in a button up sweater over a shirt, standing among a group of children: eight are standing around him, and one is seated to the left. There is another seated back to the right, and other people in the background. There are small dining tables with chairs, a row of pillars, lights on the ceiling, and small paintings or photographs hanging on the walls.
Nine young boys (one of whom is almost entirely obscured by a bag) and six older men in a sandwich shop. There are chairs, tables, a bulletin board, a clock, a door and a window (behind which is another man).
Ruth Anne Gay in a dress with curly hair, seated next to Warren Durrett in a suit and tie, with his arm behind her, at a round restaurant table. There is a patterned tablecloth on the table, as well as drinking glasses, a bowl, and what appear to be gloves and a bag. There are windows behind them, with flower-patterned curtains to the left, and another couple seated at a table off to the right.
Warren Durrett and Ruth Anne Gay seated at opposite ends of a dinner table at the Penguin Room at the Hotel Continental. There are plates of food including bread rolls, bowls, water glasses, silverware, and salt and pepper shakers on the table, which has a long, white tablecloth.