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.
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.
"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."
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).
Jeannie and Jimmy Cheatham standing on either side of Grover Mitchell who has his arms around them both; Jeannie and Grover are looking at the camera but Jimmy's head is turned to the left of the photo.
Jeannie & Jimmie Cheatham with Jay McShann and Marshall Hawkins at the Jazz Society of Lower Southern California (likely); Jeannie and Jay are seated together at a piano playing a duet; Jimmy is in white with a white hat and seated behind them next to bassist Hawkins.
Jimmy Cheatham directing an unidentified jazz band on an outdoor stage at the La Jolla Jazz Festival; photo taken with Cheatham's back to the camera and the camera at a higher level looking down on the stage.
Sippie Wallace on stage with Big Mama Thornton and Jeannie Cheatham with Jimmy Cheatham and his trombone standing behind them; Big Mama Thornton is speaking into a microphone she's holding in her hand; part of the KPBS special "Three Generations of the Blues".
Photo of Jimmy Cheatham leading a band at the Musicians Club in Buffalo, New York with Gene Lee in a white jacket singing at a microphone; Jimmy's back is turned away from the camera, looking at the band; saxophone, trombones, Jeannie Cheatham on piano and bass are seen.
Publicity photo of Jimmy and Jeannie Cheatham seated side by side in chairs with some sort of raffia covered decorative item between them; Jimmy is wearing a hat and suspenders; Jeannie is wearing a large pectoral necklace.
Jimmy Cheatham at the far left in front of the UCSD Jazz Band directing the performance; he's wearing a hat and light jacket; view of several members of the ensemble seated on risers and facing the left.
Sippie Wallace on stage with Big Mama Thornton and Jeannie Cheatham with Jimmy Cheatham and his trombone standing behind them and an unidentified white musician with a beard seated to the left; part of the KPBS special "Three Generations of the Blues".
Jimmy and Jeannie Cheatham posing for a photo in a corridor on board the S.S. Norway; they're arm in arm and Jimmy is wearing a captain's hat and black and white striped shirt while Jeannie is holding a large red bag and is wearing a black and white striped jacket or sweater.
Publicity photo of Jimmy and Jeannie Cheatham seated side by side in chairs with some sort of raffia covered decorative item between them; the chairs' arms and legs are carved into animal figures; Jimmy is wearing a hat and suspenders; Jeannie is wearing a large pectoral necklace.
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.
Group photo of an unidentified jazz band sitting for a formal portrait and including Jimmy and Jeannie Cheatham; Jimmy is holding his trombone and Jeannie is seated at a piano the others are gathered around; all looking forward at the camera and all holding their instruments.