This black and white photograph depicts a man standing with a double bass instrument. Wearing a dark suit over a light color shirt, he stands with his bass in front of the large wall mural. The mural features oversize instruments and two small dancing figures. On the back of the photograph is a green sticker with handwritten text that reads "#23."
This black and white photograph depicts Louis Armstrong and his wife Lucille Wilson. They stand in front of a mural of Louis Armstrong, wearing a dark suit and bowtie, playing his trumpet. Louis Armstrong standing in front of his image wears a dark suit with a light colored bowtie. He points with his left thumb at his image. To his left is Lucille Wilson, wearing a dark coat dress, a fur wrap and fur hat. She carries a large black handbag. Over her head on the wall is a sign with text that reads “Cousin/ Jimbo/ for Mayor." On the back of the photograph is a green sticker with handwritten text "#10."
This black and white photograph depicts three band members playing their instruments. The musicians, two men and a woman, stand in front of a busily decorated wall. One man, wearing a dark suit plays a saxophone. The woman next to him, in a light colored suit, also plays the saxophone. The man on her other side wears a light colored suit and plays the trumpet. In the foreground are diners seated at a table with a checked tablecloth. On eh back of the photograph is a green sticker with handwritten text that reads "#16."