A black-and-white photograph of an Atlanta Life Insurance party. Lucia Bacote standing on the far left, is wearing a halter top dress with a leaf pattern over dark fabric. To her right is Evelyn Thomas wearing a white, lace, shawl style collar dress with a silk flower belt. Helen Martin is wearing a dark shawl style collar dress and dark gloves. Eugene Martin is wearing a black tuxedo with a white collared shirt and dark bow tie. Grace DeLorme is wearing a white, strapless dress and a white shawl. Gilbert DeLorme, Sr., standing on the far right, is wearing a dark, double breasted suit, dark tie, white handkerchief in his proper left breast pocket, and wire rimmed glasses. They are standing in front of a white door and brick wall. A handwritten note on the back in blue ink identifies the subjects and event.
A black-and-white photograph of an Atlanta Life Insurance party. In this photograph, six women and two men are standing in front of a brick building in formal attire. From left to right: Lucia Bacote is wearing a dark halter dress with a leaf print pattern. Evelyn Thomas is wear a full length, white, off-the-shoulders dress with a dark silk flower on her belt. Helen Martin is wearing an ankle length, dark, off-the-shoulders dress and has her arm linked through her husband’s elbow. Eugene Martin is wearing a black tuxedo, a black bow tie, a white shirt and black buttons. Grace DeLorme is wearing a white strapless dress with a sweetheart neckline and white shawl. Constance Nabrit is wearing a dark, calve length dress with a transparent bolero jacket over her shoulders. An unidentified woman is wearing a white blouse with a floor length dark skirt and metal belt. Gilbert DeLorme, Sr. is on the far right, wearing a dark toned, double breasted suit, dark tie, white collared shirt and glasses. In the background on the left is a large window with a rounded top and a dark lace, window treatment. In the center background is a large square window with a white window treatment against a brick wall. A stamp in black ink on the back, right side identifies the photographer. A handwritten note on the back in blue ink identifies the subjects and event.