An advertisement card for a revival week at The First Church of the Nazarene in Detroit, Michigan. The card features a printed photo of a man wearing a suit jacket and tie at the left center. The rest of the card is printed with text in various sizes and fonts with details about church events, including revivals and guest music and speakers. The other side of the card has a typed address for Mr. & Mrs. Ralph Wager and has a postal office stamp dated October 28, 1947.
An advertisement card for a Youth Crusade event at The Detroit Institute of Arts Auditorium featuring the Cleveland Colored Quintet and the speaker Capt. James Deweerd. The card is printed in dark blue and orange ink with details about the event, including speakers and musical guests. The upper center of the car features a printed photo of the Cleveland Colored Quintet, shown standing in a straight line from the waist up, wearing suits and ties and holding instruments. The other side of the card has a printed address for the Wager Family of Mt. Clemens, Michigan, a one cent stamp, and a postal office stamp dated October 27, 1947.
A black-and-white unused photographic postcard of the Cleveland Colored Quintet. Five (5) men are pictured standing in a row in front of a wood paneled wall wearing suits and neckties. They hold, from left to right, a baritone horn, an alto saxophone, a book, a violin, and a soprano saxophone. The man at center holding the book points his right finger at the camera. The AZO paper manufacturer's mark is printed in the upper right corner on the verso as well as text indicating sections for a message and an address to be filled out by hand.
An advertising card for a performance by the Cleveland Colored Quintet with Mrs. Lacy in Detroit, Michigan. The card has a photo of the music group along the top left. The five (5) men are photographed from the chest up in a line and all wear suit jackets and ties. Text detailing the performance schedule and details about a revival at the First Church of the Nazarene is printed to the right and below the photo. The other side of the card has a typed address for Mr. & Mrs. Ralph Wager and has a postal office stamp dated October 15, 1947.