A business contract between Club Harlem and Johnny Lynch obligating the musician to perform at the club for thirteen (13) weeks starting December 7, 1955 for four hundred and forty-one dollars and sixty-five cents ($441.65) to be paid at the end of each week. The contract was drawn up on a contract form created by the American Federation of Musicians of the United States and Canada. The seal for this organization is visible in the upper top left-hand corner. The contract is signed and dated by Johnny Lynch.
A letter (a) and business contract (b) between Club Harlem and the musical group the Delltones obligating the musicians to perform at the club for two (2) consecutive days starting March 31, 1956 for one hundred and twenty-five dollars ($125.00) paid immediately after the first performance. The contract was drawn up on a contract form created by the American Guild of Variety Artists. The contract is signed and dated by the Delltones: Ben, Stan and Pat. A letter is attached to the contract from Gale Agency Inc., addressed to Pop Williams, stating that the contract between Club Harlem and the Delltones is enclosed and is a copy for his files. The letter is signed by Bill Peterson.
A business contract between Club Harlem and Flash Gordon booking the exotic dancer to perform at the club starting February 20, 1956 for seven (7) days for one hundred dollars ($100.00) to be paid weekly. In the contract, Gordon also agrees to an option of extending the agreement for three (3) consecutive additional periods of two (2) consecutive weeks each, immediately following the conclusion of the original engagement. The contract is on a contract form created by the American Guild of Variety Artists. The contract is signed and dated by Flash Gordon.
A wood chair with four legs. The back rest has two (2) horizontal slats with the top slate taller than the one below. The leg support is one curved piece of wood attached on the inside to the lower back legs and upper front legs.
A rectangular table with a particle board wood top and metal base. The base is made up of a large tube with a round base and circular support attached to the underside of the table top. Four (4) small holes are drilled into the four (4) corners of the table top.