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.
A photo from the side of the stage as Buck Clayton plays his trumpet. The drummer, Jackie Williams, is just visible behind him and Dicky Wells to his left. At the Concert Party at the Irving Center, New York.
Unidentified assistant theater manager, theater manager Harry Greenman, Tex Beneke, holding a piece of cake, Mrs. Sandra Beneke, Paul Regan, and Beneke's manager Don W. Haynes on Beneke's 31st birthday at Capitol Theatre, New York. Everyone is standing against a wall behind a cake on the table.
Richard Bolling speaking at a function for Sewanee University in New York City, New York. Bolling is standing at a podium and looking down. Three unidentified men are sitting at a table beside Bolling.
Buck Clayton on stage with a group of musicians and two unidentified men (likely: Hank Jones, piano; Freddie Green, guitar; Philly Jo Jones, drums; Eddie Jones, bass; Curtis Fuller, trombone; Frank Wess, reeds; Buck Clayton, conductor; unidentified trumpeter) at the 1984 Kool Jazz Festival, Avery Fisher Hall, New York, N.Y.
Buck Clayton, Ben Webster, Eddie Barefield, and an unidentified man in suspenders standing outside the Famous Door on 52nd Street in New York City with the awning for Club Nocturne seen behind them as well as two well dressed men in suits walking towards the group.