Poster advertising performances at Boone Theatre, Kansas City, for eight days commencing Saturday, September 27, 1941; featured events include a "Midnite Ramble Saturday-Sunday-Thursday" and "Jack Schenck presents Darktown Scandals"; poster advertises featured singer Ida Cox, "Plus red-hot stage band", and 'Cast of 35 / 12 singing, dancing, hi-brown babies;" illustration of dancing girl on poster.
New York demonstration on behalf of Artie Shaw. Unidentified people standing outside and wearing coats are holding signs proclaiming affection for Shaw, likely in support of his discharge from armed service.
Exterior shot of the Colonial Tavern in Toronto, Canada, with marquee advertising a performance of Buck Clayton and his Count Basie All Stars and Olive Brown; pedestrians, a fire hydrant and a sign for the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce are also seen.
Cast of "The Brush Creek Follies." Group portrait of 33 individuals on stage with barn scene backdrop. Kit and Kay center front row in large white hats. Colorado Pete standing behind Kit and Kay. Eddie Edwards as "George Washington White" left of front row center. Kenny Carlson with ventriloquist dummy, Scrappy O'Brien, front row fifth from right. Several audience members' heads visible on foreground.
Headshot of KMBC assistant sales manager Miller C. Robertson in dark suit, white shirt and dark patterned tie against light background. Hair parted in center. Robertson facing his left at 45-degree angle away from camera, head turned toward his right and looking further right past camera. Handwritten note and signature in upper right corner: "Best wishes for the Christmas season and always. / Miller C. Robertson / 1943."
Andy Russell and Eileen Barton standing in front of a stage curtain. Russell is holding a microphone and looking forward with a loving expression. Barton is holding Russell's suit jacket with one hand and raising a fist in the air while looking forward with a surprised expression.
Danny Kaye performing with a band featuring Benny Goodman playing clarinet, Tommy Dorsey playing trombone, Charlie Barnet playing saxophone, Louis Armstrong playing trumpet and Lionel Hampton playing vibraphone in a still shot from the film "A Song Is Born" Kaye is holding one arm up and smiling.