Portrait of Representative Lloyd Daniel standing outside in the winter on a sidewalk with foot trampled slush near an unidentified building with an awning running along its length and farther along a sign for "Hot Tamale Brown's"; he's wearing a long winter coat and necktie and looking serious.
Group photo of the participants in the Great Day in Hollywood; all seated or standing on a set of concrete steps outside an unidentified building; Jeannie and Jimmy 8th & 9th row up; mixed group of white and African American members.
Publicity shot of Jay McShann at piano wearing a jacket and wide patterned tie; hands on the keys and turned slightly to the right of the photo with head turned back to the camera, smiling; a jacket hanging on a clothes hanger can be seen behind him.
Joe Williams and Jay McShann seated side by side and both holding a microphone with a drum set seen behind them; Williams has his arms spread and McShann is looking at him and laughing; on board the Norwegian Cruise Line ship S.S. Norway.
A publicity photograph of the African American jazz group, Kansas City Scamps likely in the 1970's. From left to right, Lucky Wesley (bass, leader), Albert "Coots" Dye (piano), Arthur Jackson (alto and tenor sax), L.C. "Speedy" Huggins (vocals), and Wallace Lee Jones (drums). They all wear tuxedos with black bow ties. Arthur Jackson wears a dark flat cap. Speedy Huggins wears glasses.
Curtyse A. Foster, standing holding his saxophone in a signed promotional photograph. Handwritten next to his printed signature, "To my family." Printed below the photograph in the margin, "Curtyse Foster and His Find Kansas Citians, 3304 Indiana K.C., Mo. 64128, Call 921-3547 after 6 PM."