Four unidentified jazz trumpet players with their instruments (three women in matching outfits and one man a gray suit with glasses); the three women from the right of the photo are laughing together, the man is looking at the camera and woman beside him is looking straight ahead; an unidentified African American woman in a hat and coat is seated in front of them looking ahead of her.
Ginny Coleman (left), unidentified African American woman (center), and D.J. Harris, posing together for a photo wearing pastel colored evening dresses; the woman in the center is holding a drink in one hand; unidentified event and location; all facing the camera smiling.
Terry Hughes playing drums with an unidentified trumpet player in a plaid jacket; the edge of McShann's shoulder and piano and be seen on the right; bookshelves can be seen behind them; unidentified residence in Excelsior Springs, Missouri.
Two African American children facing each other with arms crossed over their heads in the foreground of a shot of an unidentified outdoor festival; other people and tent awnings can be seen in the background; unknown location.
Two unidentified women at a bar posing for a photo by leaning in to each other so their heads touch; the woman in the red shirt is holding a cigarette in one hand; empty wineglasses on the table; unidentified location.
An unidentified group of fifteen African American women sit and stand around one end of a banquet table with a tablecloth at an unidentified venue with a low ceiling during an unidentified event. Seven of the women wear hats. Five of the women wear a corsage of a single rose bud. Seated at the left corner of the table is Bridget. Seated third from the right corner of the photograph is Louise. Louise wears a necklace of several strands of pearls. A woman standing second from the right wears one strand of pearls. The two women seated farthest to the left both wear necklaces of three strands of pearls. All of the women wear earrings. There are opened gifts on the table with a bouquet in the center. Only salt and pepper shakers and glasses of water are on the table with the gifts. The only woman not smiling is the woman farthest to the right. She wears elbow-length dark gloves.
Group photograph of the African American female Lecture Hour students under the direction of Rosa B. Johnson standing in rows on the steps of the Western Baptist Seminary, 2119 Tracy Avenue in Kansas City, Missouri. Most of the women wear coats or suit jackets, anklet socks, and skirts or jumpers. 2119 is on the building between the columns behind the women.