Mix Pictorial Magazine, vol. 1 no. 3, featuring three (3) black-and-white photographs on the front cover. The top fourth of the front cover is the masthead. The masthead is in a black field with the magazine title in white text that reads, [MIX], on the left in a stylized font, and [Pictorial Magazine] on the right. Just below is the magazine’s subtitle, [Voice of the Nation's Mixologist], printed in black text over a narrow white stripe above two (2) black lines. Below is a white field with the main cover line, [The Winners! / (SEE CENTER PAGES)] printed in black ink and the magazine date and price, [October] and [15¢] printed in white in a black rectangular illustration featuring a dog and a pumpkin. To the left and below the cover line are three (3) black-and-white photographs printed in two (2) black circles and a square. In the top left corner is a circular shaped photograph of a woman holding a trophy and flowers. Three (3) men and a woman standing next to the woman with the flowers. Below, on the left, is a square shaped photograph of two (2) men and two (2) women standing closely together. Below, to the right, is a circular shaped photograph of a woman holding a trophy and flowers. To her right are two (2) women. Along the bottom edge is a narrow black field with white text that reads, [Theatrical Society Radio Sport] with star symbols in front of each word. Along the right edge of the front cover of the magazine is a handwritten inscription in black ink that reads, [To my future / Laura / Richard / Hughes]. The back cover also features three (3) black-and-white photographs printed in two (2) circles and a square. In the top left corner is a circular shaped photograph of six (6) men. Below is a caption title that reads, [MAKING DANCE PLANS]. In the top right corner is a square shaped photograph of men and women seated at a long table. Below is a caption title that reads, [“TAKING ON A FEED”]. In the bottom left corner is a circular shaped photograph of a man and a woman embracing. Above is a caption title that reads, [NOTED “PRO’ IN TOWN]. The bottom right corner features an advertisement for Hyde Park beer. The interior pages features black-and-white text, photographs, and illustrations. This magazine issue is twenty-five (25) pages including the interior page of the back cover.
A silver gelatin print depicting a black-and-white image of the Jeter and Pillars Band performing on stage with Joe and Daisy with the Eight Plantation Dollies. A man and woman stand hand-in-hand at the front center of the stage. She is wearing a white, full length evening gown and he, a light colored tuxedo. Eight (8) showgirls in matching light colored outfits fan around them, four (4) on each side. Each showgirl is wearing a hat or a head wrap, a ruffled neck crop top, and flowing tiered skirt held out to the sides. The band is behind them on a raised platform, holding various instruments. The stage set features a repeated circular motif and fountain centered at the back. Photo is inscribed ink white ink at the top left and across the bottom. Text at the top left corner reads [JETER AND PILLARS / BAND / CLEVELAND OHIO]. Across the bottom, a name is written under each of the eight (8) showgirls: [VELMA], [CHICKIE], [VIRGINIA], [BERTHA], [MARGARET], [VIVIAN], [FLOSSIE], and [HELEN]. Written under the man and woman depicted center stage is [JOE AND DAISY / WITH THE EIGHT / PLANTATION DOLLIES / MISSOURI THEATRE / ST. LOUIS MO. 2/1/35]. An inscription written over the two showgirls depicted on the right edge of the image reads, [For [---?] / Laura / Helen]. The photographer’s stamp is on the back of the image. It features a graphic of an eagle clutching a gear in one set of talons and holding lightning bolts in the other and the text [NRA / MEMBER / WE DO OUR PART / P. R. PAPIN PHOTO CO. / ST. LOUIS].