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.
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.
Participants from Kansas City in the March on Washington for Lesbian, Gay, and Bi Equal Rights and Liberation in a park with others all around; rainbow flags and a balloon sort of object with the words "Kansas City" across it are seen.
View from behind of some of the crowd attending the Millennium Pride Festival in Washington D.C. and gathered around an archway with rainbow balloons tethered to it; several men are shirtless and the Capitol Building can be seen in the background.
Luqman Hamza (piano) and LaVerne Barker (bass), wearing a ball cap, rehearsing at Mutual Musicians Foundation in Kansas City, Missouri. Ahmad Alaadeen's soprano saxophone can be seen on the left of photograph (mostly obscured).
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.
Columned front entrance of the National Theater in Oslo with banners for Hedda Gabler and Gjengangere (Ghosts), with cobblestone courtyard. Three names appear over the windows above the doors all of which are playwrights, Ibsen, Holberg, and Bjørnson.
Jimmy Cheatham (trombone), Red Callender (double bass), and Snooky Young (trumpet) performing together on stage at an unidentified venue; photo taken from the among the audience and a few blurred heads of the audience members can also be seen.