A one-year management contract between Sam Cooke and the William Morris Agency. It is comprised of two sheets of white paper with black printed text and additional typed and stamped information. Stapled to the front of the document is a small sheet of white paper with typed text regarding paragraph 3(b) of the contract. Sam Cooke's initials are signed at the bottom of this page.
A black and white photograph of Sam Cooke and an unidentified woman seated at the bar at Club Harlem in Atlantic City, New Jersey. His right hand is around her waist and they are both smoking cigarettes.
A white Apollo Theater flier with blue text and images owned by Ginger Smock. The front of the flier advertises concerts at the theater for the week of Feb. 10, 1961 and has images and names of the people performing. Nina Simone, Horace Silver, Sonny Stitt, James Moody and Eddie Jefferson are pictured. The back of the flier advertises concerts at the theater for the week of Feb. 17th. The top has the Apollo Theater logo and address. Below the logo are images of Brook Benton, The Flamingos, Sam cook and Aretha Franklin as well as the names of additional performers.