Jimmy Cheatham, Nolan Smith, Louis Van Taylor, and Rickey Woodard milling about at the Horton Grand Hotel in San Diego; Cheatham is wearing a red hat and laughing, Smith has his back to the camera and only part of Taylor and Woodard's faces are visible in the photo.
Members of the Sweet Baby Blues Band (Dinky Morris, Jeannie and Jimmy Cheatham, unidentified, Curtis Peagler, Rickey Woodard, unidentified, and Ironman Harris) on stage performing at the Jazz Showcase in Chicago.
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 and Dinky Morris standing side by side at an unidentified outdoor venue; Cheatham wearing a hat and holding his trombone and looking directly at the camera; Morris is holding his saxophone and looking to the left.
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 Cheatham on stage at a lectern with Jimmy Cheatham and Los Angeles mayor Tom Bradley standing on either side of her during the presentation of the Cheathams' Lifetime Achievement Award by the Los Angeles Jazz Society; a microphone is on the lectern and glittery musical notes are hanging on the curtain behind them.
Jimmy and Jeannie Cheatham with Dinky Morris, Ironman Harris, wearing sunglasses, and one other, unidentified man posing for a photo together; everyone but the unidentified man is wearing a matching red outfit; at the Jazz Showcase in Chicago.
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.
Unidentified woman in royal blue African style dress standing in front of Jeannie Cheatham and they are passing a copy of Jeannie's autobiography between them; on either side of them are Jimmy Cheatham, in a hat, and Clora Bryant, with a pendant shaped like a trumpet; Clora is looking at something out of the photo's frame; at the Zora Neale Hurston Award given by the National Association of Black Storytellers in 2006 in San Diego.
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.
"Cheatham's Jazz Showcase" performance showing vocalist Gene Lee in a white jacket in front of a microphone while the rest of the band is behind him with Jimmy Cheatham conducting (back to the camera); shown are: Elvin Shepard (tenor sax) ; Bob Crump (alto sax) ; Museyf Shareef (trombone) ; Eggie Riding (trombone) ; Jimmy Cheatham (conductor, arranger) ; Jean Cheatham (piano) ; Jerry Evans (bass violin) ; Cubby Copeland (drums) ; Jimmy Legge (tuba).
"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."
Unidentified Japanese man standing to left of the photo in front of a projection screen on stage looking over to the right at Jimmy and Jeannie Cheatham; Jeannie is seated at the piano with her back to the camera and Jimmy is looking at the camera with his hand up and spread open.