Playbill for Lady Day at Emerson's Bar & Grill. White background with blue box at top; white box below with photograph of a woman with a flower in her hair. The photograph is divided into quadrants with the bottom left quadrant replaced with a photograph of the woman singing. [PLAYBILL/WESTSIDE ARTS THEATRE/UPSTAIRS/LADY DAY/AT EMERSON'S/BAR & GRILL] White circular sticker on back, handwritten 1986.
Jet Magazine, volume 3, number 24, featuring a large black and white image of model Sylvia Fitt, against a blue and white background. Fitt is wearing a long-sleeved turtle-neck shirt. She is facing the camera in three-quarters profile with her proper left side facing forward. The top third of the front cover is the masthead in a white field with blue text with the magazine title, [JET], partially cut off by Fitt's image on the left half. On the right half of the masthead is additional blue text with the dateline and price, [APR. 23, 1953 / 15c / A JOHNSON PUBLICATION], and the coverline [FAMOUS NEGRO / GAMBLERS] below. On the left, center side of the front cover is the main coverline [WHAT MAKES / A GOOD MODEL?] is written in white text. On the right side of front cover, above Fitt’s proper left shoulder, is the model credit, [SYLVIA FITT: / New York housewife / is most-photographed / Negro model in U. S.] in white text. The back cover features a black-and-white advertisement for Joe Louis bourbon. The magazine has sixty-six (66) pages.