A black-and-white photograph of Samuel M. Jackson in a home, wearing partial Masonic regalia. Jackson is wearing a white long-sleeved shirt with bowtie and suspenders, dark trousers, and a hat. He is sitting on a chair next to a sofa, petting the dog, Scrappy, who is laying on his back over the arm of the couch. Next to the sofa is a wood and glass coffee table, and behind the sofa are curtains in a bold floral pattern. All borders of the photograph are scalloped.
A color photograph of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Jackson dressed to attend a Shriners event. The Jacksons are standing outside, in a driveway or on a sidewalk. Mrs. Jackson is wearing a white dress, a white fez with black tassel, white gloves, white stockings and white shoes, and she is carrying a large white handbag. Jackson is wearing a brown suit with a white shirt and tie, and a red fez with black tassel. Two (2) small spotted dogs stand at Mrs. Jackson's proper right side. There are trees and shrubs behind them.
A photomechanical print advertisement of Eunice and Samuel M. Jackson’s funeral home business. The primary image is a photograph of Jack's Memory Chapel at 639 E. Marshall Place in Tulsa, Oklahoma. At the upper left corner, a photograph of Eunice Jackson in an oval shape is superimposed on top of the photograph of Jack's Memory Chapel. At the upper right corner, a photograph of Samuel M. Jackson in an oval shape also is superimposed on top of the photograph of Jack's Memory Chapel. There is tape all along both sides of the top border of the photocopy.