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.
Publicity photo of William S. Morris, Missouri Lieutenant Governor. He is sitting at a desk and looking forward while holding a pen and paper. Morris is wearing a dark suit and striped tie. An American flag and Missouri flag are in the background.
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.
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.
Publicity photo of Alix Olson squatting or seated against a red, corrugated background; she's wearing a green t-shirt advertising Lucille's Truck Stop, bracelets, earrings, nose ring and a necklace with a labrys pendant.
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".