A silver gelatin print depicting a black-and-white image of a Mary Tillman. Tillman is depicted from shoulders up against a black background. Her back is to the camera. She is looking over her proper left shoulder towards the viewer and she is smiling. She is depicted nude and wearing large, metal hoop earrings. There is an inscription in black ink on the bottom left corner of the photograph that reads, [To Sally, A Swell / Lady. Theres[?] Luck / to go around[?] our / friendship. / Sincerely / Mary Tillman]. To the left of Tillman’s signature is date, handwritten in black ink, [April / 9th / 1937]. The photographer's mark, printed in the negative in the bottom left corner reads, [YOUNG / ST. LOUIS]. There is a pen mark in black ink on the back of the photograph.
Two (2) photographic postcards depicting three (3) black-and-white images of Lue Swarz. The photographs are divided into three (3) panels divided by (2) vertical black bars. The bar on the left has a white panel with vertical, black script the reads, [AS / A / P / E / R / S / O / N / A / L / I / T / Y] with an arrow and three flourishes below. The bar on the right has a white panel with vertical, black script the reads, [AS / S / O / U / J / O / U / R / N / E / R / T / R / U / T / H] with three flourishes below. The central panel depicts an image of Swarz resting her arms and chin on a black surface with a rounded top. There is a white panel below her with black script that reads, [Affectionately / Yours, / Lue Swarz]. Swarz’s head is slightly tilted to the right and she is looking up towards the left edge of the image. On the left is an image of Swarz seated on a white block in front of a white arch shaped background. Next to her is a large rectangular planter with white flowers. At her feet is a basket of more white flowers. Swarz is wearing a black jacket and skirt over a white, ruffle neck blouse. She has a flower corsage pinned to the front of her jacket. A number and the photographer's mark, printed in the negative in the bottom left corner read,  and [YOUNG / ST. LOUIS]. On the right is an image of Swarz, depicted in profile, seated on a wooden back chair. Swarz is wearing a black, nineteenth century dress and bonnet. The photographer's mark, printed in the negative in the bottom left corner reads, [YOUNG / ST. LOUIS]. On the back of the postcard is black text printed along the left edge that reads, [ORCAJO PHOTO ART, DAYTON, OHIO]. Across the top edge of the postcard reads, [POST CARD / CORRESPONDENCE / ADDRESS] and on the far right is a stamp box with the text [PLACE / STAMP / HERE] inside and the letters [D / O / P / S] at each corner of the box. There are no inscriptions on either postcard.
A silver gelatin print depicting a black-and-white image of Bobbie Davis standing between two (2) columns. She stands with her arms extended above her head with her hands resting on each of the columns. She wears a white dress overlaid with a white tunic. The tunic's sleeves and hem are detailed with rhinestones. At her waist she wears a belt. On the bottom edge of the image, between the woman and the column is white text with the photographer's name [YOUNG / ST. LOUIS]. In the lower left corner of the image is an inscription in blue ink that reads, [To my Pal Sally / Don't forget Detroit / of all places you go. / And I want myself! he he! / Dear old Room 200 / Bobbie Davis / April 9, 1937]. There are no inscriptions on the back of the image.