Female impersonator Skip Arnold performing in front of a microphone at the Jewel Box Lounge in Kansas City; behind her is a piano covered in a pink drop cloth with female impersonator in a blonde wig as accompanist; the backs of three audience members' heads can be see in front; Skip is wearing a green patterned dress.
Photo taken from behind the counter at the Women's History Celebration at Phoenix Books; balloons and several unidentified woman are seen in the store and behind the counter are Kris Winegar and Anne Shelley seen looking up something in the white pages of the phone book.
Richard Bolling, Jimmy Carter, Derek Bok, Leonard Goldenson from ABC, and Gerald Ford standing with unidentified people for a photo before a lunch at the "Voting for Democracy" Symposium in Washington, D.C. Everyone is smiling. Carter is standing second from left and Ford is standing second from right.
Four unidentified people carrying the Kansas City Gāzette's banner during the 1992 Kansas City pride parade; the banner reads "Kansas City Gāzette, KC's #1 Gay & Lesbian publication" with a pick triangle; other parade entries are seen behind them as well a house on the side of the route.
Ironman Harris seated at his drum set and looking directly at the camera; photo taken from behind a bar and two patrons can be partially seen along with one of their drinks; at the Horton Grand Hotel in San Diego.
An unidentified man wearing glasses, standing in front of wooden shelves of records albums, a turntable and games, holding a Buck Clayton album in one hand and a beer in the other hand with a cigarette in his mouth.
Sheila Stevens stands in the second row from the top of casually dressed Alpha Delta Pi Sorority sisters of the University of Missouri-Columbia campus group photograph in a large room in front of a mantle with a coat of arms in the center and a sconce on each side.
Sweet Baby Blues Band's horn section: Nolan Shaheed (trumpet), George Bohanon (trombone), Jeff Clayton (tenor sax), Louis Taylor (clarinet), and John Stephens (baritone sax) performing on stage at "An Evening of Note", honoring Jeannie Cheatham, held at the Museum of Making Music's 7th Annual Gala.