A black-and-white image of members of a Poor People's Corporation sewing cooperative making patchwork animals. The image is in landscape orientation and depicts a group of women sitting in a building with wooden floors, some are sewing. By the window on the left side of the image, a light wood table with two women on either side of the table using sewing machines.The woman at the table facing the viewer is using a white sewing machine and is wearing a stripped shirt; the woman with her back to the viewer is using a dark colored sewing machine and has a white shirt on with checker pants. There is another darker table next to the lighter table (in the middle of the room) with an older woman with her hair wrapped working on a white sewing machine, with lots of squares of fabric laid out on the table. There are four (4) women sitting in the background in chairs against the wall, the woman on the right is holding fabric and the woman next to her (to the left) is holding a piece of paper. There is a table in the back right corner with shelves underneath.
A black-and-white image of Liberty House Rep. Fay Bellamy Powell at a Los Angeles Trade Show. The image is in landscape orientation and depicts a woman wearing a tan suit (jacket and bell bottom pants) standing in the aisle of a booth. A sign in background of booth to the left is white with black and white type, reading [spenco / MEDICAL CORP. / "INNOVATIONS IN / SPORTS & MEDICINE]. The tables are covered with black cloth, and there are various types of textiles laid out on them, a hanging art piece with a sun and crab on the front of the left table, hanging on the side. There is also various shirts and bags hanging on the backdrop for the booth, a chair in the middle of the aisle, and two signs on white paper in the background to the right of the booth, top one is typed and [LIBERTY HOUSE] is legible, and the bottom one appears handwritten. There are two more folding chairs underneath the handwritten sign.