An African American woman in a hat and scarf looks right. Behind her, a man smiles and looks at the camera. In the background, the bay window of a house. A label from Shapiro Gallery on the back of the mat identifies the image as "Easter Sunday, Harlem."
A black-and-white photograph of Tiffany Ellis and Calvin O. Butts IV. She is wearing a wedding gown and veil while he is wearing a suit. They are embracing each other and kissing. Her left arm is holding his head while her right arm is wrapped around his shoulders. Additional people can be seen in the foreground and background of the image. No inscriptions on the front or back.
A black-and-white photograph of Tiffany Ellis wearing a wedding gown and veil. Her arms are outstretched at shoulder height and she is smiling. She is holding a bouquet of flowers in her left hand. Additional people can be seen in the foreground and background of the photograph. The print is signed on the front. No inscriptions on the back.
Poster with green geometric lines across the top and bottom. Between the lines, taking up the majority of the front, is red and black text [25th ANNUAL/AFRICAN-AMERICAN/DAY PARADE/(Largest Black Parade In America)/Sunday, September 26, 1993/at 1:00 P.M. in HARLEM/PARADE ROUTE:/111th St. & Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Blvd. to 142nd Street/MORGAN STATE UNIVERSITY BAND/GRAMBLING COLLEGE BAND/WE ARE URGING BLACK ORGANIZATIONS/TO COME OUT AND MARCH/For further information contact:/ABE SNYDER or GEORGE BROWN at (212) 348-3080/African American Day Parade, Inc./1 West 125th Street, Room 208/New York, N.Y. 10027/"MARCH WITH DIGNITY AND PRIDE"/THIS IS YOUR DAY!].