A "Eubie Blake Music" letterhead stationary with printed list of "Shows" and "Songs". There is a handwritten address in the upper left corner and the symbol of the American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers in the upper right corner. A handwritten note signed "Sincerely yours, Eubie Blake" is in the center.
A black-and-white photograph of Eubie Blake playing the piano. He is wearing black-rimmed glasses, and a suit and tie, with a white pocket square. He is sitting on a piano bench playing the piano in front of a brick wall with a white window. Handwritten in the top right corner, in black marker is “To Hinsh Cohen / from / Eulie Blake / feb. 9th / 1974.” Stamped in black ink on the back of the photograph at bottom right is “FEB - 9 1974.” Also on the back, handwritten in red ink is “EUBIE BLAKE” in the bottom right corner.
Alembic Stanley Clarke Standard model electric bass guitar with a body made of polished wood. Front of body has inlaid wood down the middle. Inlaid wood has two (2) wide strips of light wood with two (2) thinner strips of dark wood in the middle. Down the center is a thin strip of light wood between the two (2) darker lines of wood. Center inlay extends the length of the back of the neck. On either side of center inlay on the front body is dark wood with rings and dark growth lines displayed. Additional inlay around the outside edges of the body. Headstock has matching dark wood at front and back. On the lower portion of the front body on the PL side, are four (4) knobs and three (3) switches with an input jack. Bass includes two (2) pickups above the adjustable saddles and bridge. Fret board has inlaid mother of pearl of various sizes at various sections down the center. Headstock has four (4) pegs with strings strung to bass. At the top of the headstock is a metal logo of the manufacturer. Logo includes a cloud at the top with hand reaching down out of the cloud holding the body of a dragon that is shaped in a ring. Within the ring is a stylized alembic.
Alto saxophone owned and played by Charlie Parker. The saxophone consists of seven parts: a body, neck, two  mouthpieces, two  ligatures and a reed.
2019.10.1a: The saxophone body is made of brass and has a sterling silver bell. Some of the keys have mother-of-pearl inlays. The bell is decorated with an engraved floral design with text on the front. The text reads [KING / Super / 20 / THE H.N. WHITE CO. /CLEVELAND – O]. Engraved above the bell lug at the bow of the saxophone is [STERLING / BELL]. Engraved in cursive text below this on the bell lug is [Charlie Parker]. Engraved on the back of the body at the bow, below the key guard is .
2019.10.1b: The alto saxophone neck is made of brass and is covered in cork where the neck attaches to the mouthpiece. Engraved on the neck screw at the bottom of the neck is .
2019.10.1c: The alto saxophone ligature is made of circular piece of metal. The ligature has two screws on the bottom to help support the reed in the mouthpiece.
2019.10.1d: An alto saxophone mouthpiece. The mouthpiece is made of metal with a plastic inlay on the beak and red rubber around the shank. Engraved text on the left side of the body reads [Series GG 53]. Engraved text on the front of the body reads [MASTER / LINK / NY / MOUTHPIECE]. Engraved text on the right side of the body reads [MASTER / LINK / NY / MOUTHPIECE]. Engraved text around the shank of the mouthpiece reads [OTTO LINK & CO. INC. NEW YORK].
2019.10.1e: An alto saxophone reed. The reed has black text on the back in the center of the reed. The text is printed over and around a musical clef and staff. Text written vertically and to the left of the musical clef is partially illegible. Part of it reads [Marque]. Text written over the musical staff reads [RICO] Text below the musical staff reads [REG U.S. PAT OFFICE]. Text written vertically to the right of the musical staff reads [V-2].
2019.10.1f: An alto saxophone mouthpiece. The mouthpiece is made of white plastic. It has gold text on the top of the body, near the shank. The text reads [“King” A].
2019.10.1g: The alto saxophone ligature is made of metal and fits on a metal mouthpiece cap when not assembled. The ligature has two screws.
H x W (.b, album jacket): 12 5/16 × 12 5/16 in. (31.3 × 31.3 cm)
1960; re-released 2013
An LP vinyl record (2015.103.3a) and jacket (2015.103.3b) of the "We Insist-Freedom Now Suite" performed by jazz percussionist, drummer and composer Max Roach.
The LP vinyl record (2015.103.3a) has a black-and-white label, with white writing set against a black background. The type on the front of label reads: [So Far Out/ Side A/ OUT5001LP/ WE INSIST!/ MAX ROACH AND OSCAR BROWN, Jr.'s/ FREEDOM NOW SUITE/ DRIVA' MAN (5:10) FREEDOM DAY (6:02)/ TRIPTYCH: PRAYER. PROTEST, PEACE (7:58)]. The reverse side of the label reads: [So Far Out/ Side B/ OUT5001LP/ WE INSIST!/ MAX ROACH AND OSCAR BROWN, Jr.'s/ FREEDOM NOW SUITE/ ALL AFRICA (7:57)/ TEARS FOR JOHANNESBURG (9:36)].
The LP jacket (2015.103.3b) features a black-and-white photograph depicting three African American men sitting at a diner counter, with a white man in a white uniform standing behind the counter. The three African American men are looking over their shoulders towards the camera. A menu board can be seen in the top proper-right corner of the image. Black type on front of LP cover reads: [WE INSIST!/ MAX ROACH'S - FREEDOM NOW SUITE/ FEATURING ABBEY LINCOLN/ COLEMAN HAWKINS, OLATUNJI/ So Far Out/ OUT5001LP].