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).
Ted Malone, in a publicity photograph for ABC, sits at a desk with an ABC microphone on it to Ted's left and six books that Ted authored or edited standing upright to Ted's right as he is signing a book that lies open on the desk. Ted wears a suit jacket over a white shirt and a dark tie with a swirl pattern. Ted holds a fountain pen in his right hand.
Ted Malone sits at a table with his hands on a tablet and the pen in his right hand. The table has an ABC microphone on it sitting in front of his left shoulder. He wears a dark suit jacket, a white shirt, and a white dark tie with a swirl pattern on it.
Ted Malone is seated in a publicity photograph from his right side holding a pipe in his left hand with the bowl at the top. He wears a tweed suit jacket over a striped shirt with a dark tie with a pattern of small circles.
Ted Malone publicity photograph of his right knee raised to rest his right elbow on it and his left hand resting on his right forearm. He wears suit of tiny checks, white shirt, and dark tie with a lighter swirl pattern.