Playbill for Ain't Misbehavin'. White background with yellow box at top, graphic center of a skyline, keyboard, and music notes with three people and "AIN'T MISBEHAVIN'" in black across the top. [PLAYBILL/ BELASCO THEATRE/ AIN'T MISBEHAVIN']
Color photograph of Eubie Blake, seated in a wheelchair, accompanied by Marion Blake, Eubie's wife and Lew Jacobs. Eubie is shaking hands with then President, Ronald and First Lady, Nancy Reagan. Blake was visiting the White House because on October 9, 1981, he was the recipient of the Presidential Medal of Freedom, awarded by President Ronald Reagan.
Howard Theater. I used to catch them at the Howard Theater in the fifties when they were performing this song. Just when you thought Ray Charles was going to fall off his seat, he would lean into the mike and really get into the music. They Raelettes were always as fine as they wanted to be. May 17, 1980.
Milton Williams, Moments in Time, 1973-1993 (Nashville: James C. Winston Publishing Co., 1996), 45.
A black-and-white photograph of Ray Charles and the Raelettes performing at the Howard Theatre. Charles is seated at a piano, with the Raelettes standing to the right. The photograph is stamped and inscribed on the back.