City Light Jazz Ensemble sits in and stands by a 1946 De Soto convertible in front of the Gem Theater with Ida McBeth leaning on the right front hood. Ahmad Alaadeen holds a soprano saxophone straight up in the air as he blows into it. A bass player sits up on top of the back seat holding a upright bass. Right side of this promotional material advertises the Jazz Lovers' Fall Crawl, October 18, 1988.
Publicity photo featuring the 1988 Playboy Jazz Festival line-up: Ray Charles, Jay Beckenstein, Timeless All-Stars, Jon Faddis, Jeannie and Jimmy Cheatham, Dizzy Gillespie, Ahmad Jamal, Dave Valentin, Airto & Floria Purim, Freddie Hubbard, Bobby McFerrin.
Publicity photo of Wishing Chair (Kiya Heartwood, Miriam Davidson) seated one behind the other on a staircase while holding their instruments (accordion and guitar); both are facing the camera and smiling.
Publicity photo of Thad Jones and Jeannie Cheatham at piano at a concert for the Jazz Society of Lower Southern California; view is from behind Cheatham, wearing a hat and checkered coat, looking at Thad Jones behind the piano holding his trumpet and smiling.
Publicity photo of the members of Sweet Honey in the Rock (Aisha Kahill; Shirley Chilfress Johnson; Carol Maillard; Nitanju Bolade Casel; Bernice Johnson Readon; Ysaye Maria Barnwell); posed in a rough pyramid and all facing the camera.
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.
The Charlie Echols Rhythm Kings on a stage featuring (Charlie Echols, Milton Ellsworth, trumpets, Parker Berry, Kid Ory, trombones, Grover Diggs, Herschel Coleman, Hubert Bumps Myers, Saxophone, Eddie Beal, piano, Joe Lewis, guitar, Joe Mendosa, bass, Preston "Peppy" Prince, drums).
"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."
Portrait of Buck Clayton and his Harlem Gentlemen at the Canidrome Ballroom; Shanghai, China. Teddy Buckner, Joe McCutchin, Reginald Jones, Arcima Taylor, Duke Upshaw, Frank Pasley, Buck Clayton, Bumps Myers, Jack Bratton, Caughey Roberts, Baby Lews, Happy Johnson, Eddie Beal.
Publicity photo of Bubba Jackson and Jimmy Cheatham performing at the Long Beach Jazz Festival; Cheatham is standing to the right while Jackson is standing in front of a microphone while wearing a pair of black underwear over his white pants; audience members and a police officer are seen along the left hand side of the photo and above them is a banner reading, in part, "Jazz FM 88 K---" (likely meaning KLON-FM 88.1).
Ahmad Alaadeen, from his right side wearing a white fedora and sunglasses, stands on a stage with a Kansas City skyline backdrop, and blows into a saxophone for a publicity shot for "Wake Up To Missouri" tourism ad campaign.
Buck Clayton, trumpet, bandleader, and his Harlem Gentlemen (Jack Bratton, trumpet; Happy Lewis, trombone; Herbert Myers, Couchy Roberts, Arcemia Taylor, saxophone; Joe McClutchen, violin; Frank Pastley, banjo; Reginald Jones, bass; Eddie Beal, piano; Baby Lewis, drums). At the Pantages Theatre, Portland, Oregon. Side 1 of 2-sided photo-album panel.