A newsprint advertisement featuring a black-and-white images of WLAC-TV co-anchors, Oprah Winfrey and Vic Mason. Winfrey and Mason are visible from the chest up. Both are facing the viewers and smiling. Mason is on the far right. He is wearing a dark suit jacket and a light toned, button down shirt. Winfrey is depicted behind Mason's proper left shoulder. She is wearing a wearing a light toned, collared garment. The text on the left side of the advertisement reads [5 / takes you / there / live. / Eyewitness News at 10 / Vic Mason / and Oprah Winfrey]. The back of the advertisement features an advertisement for Jim Walter Homes.
A newspaper advertisement for Augustus Washington's photography and dagurreotype business, the Washington Daguerrean Gallery. The adverstisement is black ink on newsprint, and at the top of the notice is a drawing of a woman sitting for her portrait.
This typewritten document advertising tourism in Miami is part of the press kit for the 1964 Liston vs. Clay World Heavyweight Championship fight put together by Dundee-MacDonald Enterprises, Inc. The document offers six pages that read like a promotional brochure for the Miami area.
This flyer advertises the September 1977 issue of the People's Herald. The flyer is blue with black text that reads: [PEOPLE'S HERALD / This Month / RHODESIA/ / ZIMBABWE / Liberation in the Making / STATE OF BLACK AMERICA / What the Blackout brought to light / ON SALE HERE]. The other side of the flyer reads [LEGALIZED GAMBLING? / ANDREW / YOUNG: / A Trojan Horse for Africa / This Month in / People's Herald].