Woody Herman speaking outdoors on a lawn with Bob Princus and Lawrence L. Frank of the Crippled Children's Society of L.A in Los Angeles, California. Herman is standing on the left, wearing a light suit jacket and tie. Princus is holding crutches and smiling. Frank is wearing a double breasted suit and looking at Herman.
Publicity photo for Woody Herman and his orchestra featuring Herman facing forward and looking to the side while smiling. Herman is holding a clarinet in both hands and wearing a corduroy jacket and light colored tie.
Newbold Morris, former president of the New York City Council and official of Youthbuilders Inc, is seen here accepting a check for $2,017 from Woody Herman on behalf of Youthbuilders. Woody presented the organization with 50% of the profits of his Carnegie Hall concert. Youthbuilders will use the money to promote racial friendship in the high schools throughout the United States. Student Youthbuilders officials Jeanette Levy and Carol Zide look on in the background (from photo caption).
Publicity photo of Woody Herman playing clarinet. Herman is turning to the side and closing his eyes while playing down into a microphone. Herman is wearing a light jacket and black tie with checkered shirt.
Publicity photo of Woody Herman standing in front of a music stand in a studio. Several microphones hang overhead by the music stand. Herman is looking up and to the side, holding onto the music with one hand.
Igor Stravinsky and Woody Herman looking over a score and discussing the "Ebony Concerto" written for Herman and Benny Goodman. Stravinsky is holding music in his hand and looking down while smiling. Herman is holding a clarinet at his side and looking at Stravinsky while smiling.