A black and white group portrait of the members of the photographers' group, Kamoinge. Pictured standing in the back row, from left to right: Adger Cowans, Ray Francis, Herb Randall, C. Daniel Dawson, Beuford Smith, Herb Robinson, Al Fennar, Shawn W. Walker. In the center, Beuford Smith holds a camera up as if he's taking a photograph. Kneeling in the front row, from left to right: Herman Howard, Ming Smith, Jimmie Mannas, Louis Draper, Calvin Wilson, and Anthony Barboza.
A black and white group portrait of attendees of the First Annual Black Photographers' Dinner. The large group contains members of Kamoinge black photographer's group and dinner honorees Roy DeCarava and James Van Der Zee. The group is pictured posing for the camera in an open, loft-like room with white walls and white columns in teh center of the room. DeCarava and Van Der Zee are pictured seated in the middle of the group. Photographer Louis Draper stands just behind and between them, and photographer Anthony Barboza kneels just to the left of Van Der Zee. Photographer Al Fennar stands in the second row, second from the left, next to a man in a white sailor's cap. Fennar stands with his left fist in the air. Beuford Smith is pictured in front of the white columns, wearing eyeglasses, mouth open. The other members of the group have not yet been identified. The only inscription, #66, appears on the back of the print.