Melissa Stevens and a Stevens model sit at a make-up station with their backs to the photographer preparing for photo shoot. A photographer who is standing with her back to the camera and is slightly bent forward is in the foreground of the photograph. The reflections of Melissa and the model can be seen in the mirrors around the room. Posters of cosmetic companies and how to apply make up are on the walls above the mirrors
An African American male photographer wearing a photographer's vest and a female photographer with eyeglasses propped on her head stand by the J.C. Nichols Memorial Fountain on the Country Club Plaza in Kansas City, Missouri and smile at the snapshot photographer. Both hold cameras that are strapped around their necks. A Stevens model wearing a white fur coat looks down at an item a third photographer is handing her as they stand to the left of the first two photographer's during an outdoor photo shoot. The third photographer's back is to the snapshot photographer.
James Fraher, Ramonda Doakes. John Brisbin, Dawayne Gilley stand arm in arm in the doorway of the Mutual Musicians Foundation, 1823 Highland Avenue to participate in the Living Blues Weekend Photo Shoot.
Three cyclists with their bicycles and wearing cycling clothing, meet in at center tennis court during the World TeamTennis All-Star Smash Hits charity event in Kansas City, Missouri. The crowd is visible behind them. A photographer also stands at center court taking their photograph. Alexandra Stevenson smiles as she looks over her right shoulder as she sits next to Bob Bryan and Andre Agassi looking over his left shoulder. John McEnroe's head is visible right behind the photographer and above the net.
Edmond Peck wears a short sleeved business shirt and tie while holding a headshot photograph of possibly Stephanie Powers as he stands in front of metallic-silver drapes and risers with headshot photographs of Stevens models on the risers during a Stevens Studio Event. The second place winner of possibly a photography contest.
Frank "Iron Jaw" Oakley, L.C. Gant, and Dawayne Gilley are smiling at the photographer from their seats during the Kansas City Blues Society's 20th Anniversary at one of the juke joints in Kansas City called the Grand Emporium. The crowd is visible behind them.
Dawayne Gilley stands and seriously hands keys to Jim O'Neal behind the head of a seated and laughing Myra Taylor. Myra is holding two Living Blues Magazine award plaques which state, "Living Blues Magazine 2002 Readers Poll Critics Award presented to Myra Taylor. Best Blues Artist (Female) at Washington Park in Kansas City, Mo on Blue Sunday. A drum set is behind them and a water cooler with eyeglasses and drinks sit to Myra's right. Jim is wearing a Myra Taylor T-shirt.
An unidentified man with his arm around the shoulder of Jo Jones standing next to Buck Clayton, wearing a plaid fedora, a necklace, a sweater and checked suit jacket, standing with his arm around the shoulder of Frank Diggs.
A man, either Michael T. Murphy or Mike McClurg, wearing a short-sleeved business shirt and holding a black and white head shot photograph of two models faces looking over their left shoulders at a Stevens Studio Event. He is the third place winner of possibly a photography contest. There are silver-metallic drapes hanging behind him and head shot photographs on carpeted risers between him and the drapes.
Evie Quarles and Carey Bell during the All Stars Blues Jam at Blue Heaven Studio in Salina, KS. Evie, glasses resting on her upper forehead, smiles at the photographer as she has her left arm around the shoulder of Carey Bell. Carey Bell smiles directly at the photographer.
Well built, unidentified, shirtless man in white shorts walking across the grounds near the Washington Monument during the March on Washington for Lesbian, Gay, and Bi Equal Rights and Liberation; other protestors and American flags can be seen behind him.
The reflection of the face of a seated Stevens model in two mirrors at a make-up station preparing for photo shoot. The back of a standing photographer with her hands lifted, palms towards her face, is in the foreground.
A Stevens model stands with her left side to the photographer and her right side to the J.C. Nichols Memorial Fountain and looks over her left shoulder as she wears a salsa inspired dress. The photographer is kneeling with his back to the snapshot photographer over a camera on a tripod and beside an open metal suitcase. The photographer's assistant stands a few feet behind the photographer at a tripod during an outdoor photo shoot on the Country Club Plaza in Kansas City, Missouri.
Melissa Stevens, wearing a pink blouse and dark skirt, stands with her hands waist high and smiles to her left as she socializes with photographers during a Patricia Stevens Studio event. Leonard Dihel, Jr. stands with his back to Melissa to Melissa's right and speaks with a woman. Michael T. Murphy or Mike McClurg stands in the center of the room, holding a drink in his right hand as he listens to the conversation with Melissa Stevens. Another photographer with his back to the entire crowd is looking down at carpeted risers on the left side of the photograph.
Leonard Dihel, Jr., first place winner of possibly a photography contest, holding a head shot photograph of a model with her hands crossed below her chin during a Stevens Studio event. Silver metallic drapes hang behind him.
Emanuel Cleaver on stage in a group hug with an unidentified woman holding a microphone and Keith Spare (largely unseen) at the GALA '91 Picnic in Southmoreland Park; sound equipment is seen on stage and stone walls, a photographer, and an arc of balloons are behind them.