A photographic postcard of a military marching band. The band is marching in an open field. Another group of men is marching behind them. A building is visible in the background. The back of the postcard is unused, but has a handwritten inscription and pre-printed type that reads: [Carte Postale / Correspondance / Adresse].
A black and white photograph of Maxine Sullivan standing at a microphone. She is wearing a long dress with spaghetti straps, earrings, a necklace, and a bangle. The back of the photograph has a photographer's stamp and numbers.
A black and white photograph of Maxine Sullivan standing at a microphone in front of a stage curtain. She is wearing a light colored evening gown with spaghetti straps and a full skirt, earrings, a necklace, and a bangle bracelet. The back of the photograph has a photographer's stamp in red ink reading [S.L. FRY, A.R.P.S. / 15 SOUTH EASTERN ROAD / STROOD, KENT].
A flier advertising a Jazz and Blues festival in Skeppsholmen, Stockholm. The flier is white paper with black type. The filer includes the title of the festival, the dates, the performers and then information in Swedish. The back of the photograph is blank.
A program for a Folies Bergere revue titled "Pardon My French," performed at the London Prince of Wales Theatre. The program consists of three (3) full pages of paper folded in half and bound with two (2) staples to form a booklet. The program has red and black ink on white paper. The cover features an illustration of a woman covering her body with a large feathered fan. She has long, wavy hair and wears gloves and high heels. A 1 9/16 inch stripe forms the left border of the page, behind the woman, and ends in a pool below her feet. Black and red text on the cover reads: [PRINCE of WALES / PICCADILLY / A new / Folies Bergere / revue / PARDON / MY / FRENCH / PROGRAMME PRICE SIXPENCE]. The words "Pardon" and "French" are done in illustrated letters. The first letter of each word is red with white stars, while the rest of the letters are black with white dots. Three (3) red stars are at the bottom right. Additional illustrations of women decorate the pages of the program. A black and white headshot of pianist Winifred Atwell is featured on one page.