A black and white photograph of three boys wearing suits and hats standing in front of a wall with graffiti. Hand written at center on the back of the image is "Easter Sunday in Harlem" along with the date and the photographer's signature.
A black and white photograph of two women in front of a store front. One woman is dressed in light-colored clothing and looks to the right of frame. The other woman is dressed in dark colored clothing with sunglasses and faces the opposite. Directly behind them is a store window displaying sunglasses, jewelry and electronics. Above them is an advertisement with an illustration of a little girl on the beach with her bathing suit being pulled down by a dog and the statement "Don't be a paleface!" On the back is the title, date, and photographer's signature.
A black and white photograph of a young man wearing a messenger cap and holding a radio. Behind him is a building with a sign reading [Empire State Messenger Service, Inc.] and several bicycles with large baskets. On the back of the photograph is the title, date and photographer's signature.
A black and white photograph of two men wearing long jackets, sunglasses and hats. The men are standing in front of a coffee shop and an off-track betting company. Additional people are walking in the background. The photograph is stamped and inscribed on the back.
A black and white photograph of a woman sitting on a suitcase on the sidewalk. The woman wears a paisley print dress and looks directly at the camera with her mouth open. She wears earrings with two dropped hoops. Another suitcase similar in size is next to her, perpendicular to the first; it is open slightly. Behind her is the exterior of a brick building, with what may be a doorway mostly in shadow. On the back of the print is an inscription with title and date, the photographer's signature, and the photographer's stamp.
A black and white photograph of a man and a woman on a busy street corner in Coney Island, New York. The woman stands center frame with her back to the camera, in front of the man who is only partially visible. He is facing her and her face is turned away from him, looking towards the right. She wears a striped shirt and has a small bag over her shoulder. He wears a hat and sunglasses. Behind them to the left of the image is a restaurant advertising Bar, Bar-b-q, Coca-Cola, and corn on the cob. Behind them to the right are crowds of people on the street, parked cars, and strands of decorative lights strung across the street. A street sign reads "W 12th." The title, date, and photographer's signature are inscribed on the back.
A black and white photograph of Jacqueline Santiago and Cathy Lindsey in Bushwick, Brooklyn, New York. The photograph features Santiago and Lindsey with their arms across each other’s shoulders. They are looking to the left of the image and are standing in front of a stuccoed wall. The back of the photograph has the photographer's signature, information about the photograph's subjects, and printing information.
A black and white photograph of Denise Oliver, the first female member of Young Lords Party Central Committee. Oliver stands above two unidentified men and holds a document in front of her with her left hand. One of the unidentified men is holding a flag. Buildings and fire escapes are visible in the background of the photograph. The back of the photograph is blank.