Exterior shot of the Colonial Tavern in Toronto, Canada, with marquee advertising a performance of Buck Clayton and his Count Basie All Stars and Olive Brown; pedestrians, a fire hydrant and a sign for the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce are also seen.
Buck Clayton with his arm around a female music fan wearing a sleeveless dress and holding her keys, sunglasses and purse in front of the swimming pool, most likely during Dick Gibson's Jazz Party in Vail, Colorado.
Sir Charles Thompson playing piano, Jimmy Butts playing bass, Dexter Gordon playing saxophone on the left, Buck Clayton playing trumpet, J.C. Heard playing drums, and Charlie Parker playing saxophone on the right. All are playing during a New York recording session.
Publicity photo of Harry James performing a trumpet solo in a reenactment of the Benny Goodman Orchestra's 1938 Carnegie Hall Jazz Concert for the film "The Benny Goodman Story"; Buck Clayton is seated next to James in the band.