A black-and-white photograph Mayor Walter Washington outdoors speaking into a microphone. He is wearing a light-colored checked jacket and striped tie. Standing behind him to his right is Dr. Bennetta Bullock, Helen Seldon Brooke, Theresa Brown and David Clarke. They are standing next to musical instrument cases and speakers. Additional people stand behind them. Buildings are in the background. The photograph is stamped on the back.
A black-and-white photograph of Al Nellum standing with Mayor Marion Barry and actor Billy Dee Williams. All three men are dressed in formal attire. Billy Dee Williams and Al Nellum are holding glasses in their hands. Mayor Barry is looking at the camera and smiling. The photograph is stamped on the back.
A black-and-white photograph of two men sitting on a brick wall playing chess. The man on the right is leaning forward, over the chess board, on his left elbow. A third man is looking between the leaning man's arm. The man on the left is laughing. Two women are standing behind them smiling. A girl is leaning against a light post in the background. A city street is also seen in the background. The photograph is stamped and inscribed on the back.
A black-and-white photograph of a man and woman dancing. The man is wearing a dark colored suit and the woman is wearing a dark colored dress. The man dancing is also wearing a nametag. They are dancing in front of a group of people sitting in rows of folding chairs. Some of the people in the audience are wearing winter coats, hats and nametags. The photograph is stamped and inscribed on the back. the inscription identifies the couple dancing as "the Martins."