A hard-sided Olds Ambassador cornet case. The exterior is covered with brown leather with a metal plaque attached on the front. The plaque has a large [O] at the top, above the word [OLDS]. The case's edges are rounded and covered with dark brown leather bumper strips. It has a brown plastic handle and two lockable metal latches. The interior is lined with red plush and is molded to hold a trumpet and mouthpiece with a cavity underneath for additional material. A piece of yellow paper is taped above the handle. [A07468-3 / trumpet] is written on it in pencil.
A set of five black and white photographs of Maxine Sullivan (1.-.5). The headshot features Sullivan facing the camera and wearing a turtle neck and jacket with a music note pin on the collar. The lower left boarder has Sullivan's name and address. The back of the photograph is blank.
2013.46.29.143.1-.4: Four copies of a memo written by Maxine Sullivan for the House That Jazz Built. The memo is on white paper with black ink type. The letter announces a benefit concert in memory of Cliff Jackson. The memo gives background information about the House That Jazz Built and the Arvell Shaw Trio, the group preforming at the benefit. The back of the memo is blank.
A handmade poster advertising a performance by Maxine Sullivan, Earle Hyman, and Dick Hyman. The poster features two black and white photographs. At center, there is a black and white photograph of Dick Hyman. To the right of the Hyman photograph, is a black and white photograph of Maine Sullivan standing with a microphone in her hand. The photographs are surrounded by brightly colored text that reads: [SULLIVAN / SHAKESPEARE / HYMAN / FEATURING / EARLE HYMAN distinguished Actor of Stage, Screen, TV / celebrating April is JAZZ Month and birthday Month of William Shakespeare / DICK HYMAN Pianist, Composer, Arranger / MAXINE SULLIVAN VOCALIST / twilight JAZZ / WED APRIL 14 5:30-7]. The back of the photograph has two inscriptions. The first at top reads: Overseas Jazz Club Posters, etc. / Posters, etc.]. The second inscription found in the bottom right reads: [A07468-3].