This cream-colored fur coat with a tourmaline mink collar is similar in style to a fur coat worn by the character Georgia, played by Sheila Frazier, in the movie "Super Fly." The coat is a cream fur with a wide notched lapel collar of tourmaline mink fur. The coat has a three (3) button closure and a parallel row of three (3) decorative buttons, creating a double-breasted coat silhouette. The buttons are large, made from cream pearlized plastic, and have a smooth front. The coat closes in the front using three (3) white elastic loops attached on the edge of the proper left side. The sleeves are full length and taper toward the wrist. There are two (2) exterior set-in pockets on the proper left and proper right fronts, both lined with a gray flannel fabric. On the back of the coat, there is a large center vent, and a decorative belt at the waist made from the same cream fur as the coat body. The belt is sewn into the proper left and proper right side panel seams.
On the interior, the coat is fully lined with a synthetic satin weave fabric. The lining fabric has a silvery gray ground with a woven design of dark brown squares. There is one (1) interior set-in pocket at the upper right edge of the proper right front side, located at the seam where the lining meets the fur. It is lined with the same fabric as the coat.
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 pack of View-Master 3D reels. The title of the pack is: [How to Breakdance]. The package contains three reels with a total of twenty-one pictures. The front of the package features a man in a red outfit breakdancing. Text throughout the packaging advertises that the viewer can: [Learn to breakdance with the New York City Breakers]. The three reels are secured by a plastic cover at the bottom of the package. The back of the package features additional information about the reels and an advertisement for other reels.