A black and white photographic print of men marching down the street at night. The men are walking in a single-file line and are wearing light-colored suits with ribbons pinned to the lapels. The man leading the march is holding a torch. A police officer is standing next to a vehicle on the far left side of the photograph. Street lights flank both sides of the street. There are no inscriptions, front or back.
A black and white photograph of an event held by the Chicago branch of the Atlanta Life Insurance Company. The photograph is of group women and men who are dressed up for a social event. Standing just to the right of the center of the photograph is Fred Toomer, wearing a tweed jacket, medium toned pants, a patterned tie and glasses. Behind him and slightly to the right is Gilbert DeLorme, Sr. Charles W. Greene stands to the far right wearing a light colored suit with a light flower and dark tie. The other men in the photograph are all wearing suits and ties. Three of the women on the left side of the photograph are wearing mink coats and hats. Dr. Henry Leon Lang wears glasses and stands behind a woman wearing a mink coat and holding light colored gloves in her hands. One woman on the far left of the photograph is wearing a dark coat, dark hat and a five stand pearl necklace choker. There is a fern tree in the left foreground. A stamp in purple ink on the back, center identifies the photographer. A handwritten note in blue ink on the back identifies the subjects and location.
A black and white photograph of Mae Reeves posing with an unidentified woman. Both women stand in 3/4 profile and face the camera. Reeves wears a dark dress with white gloves, clutch, and necklace. Her companion wears a white lace dress and dark colored shawl. The women are posed in front of a decorative gate placed in front of cut out paper pasted to a wall in the shape of a tree. Signs are painted on either side of the gate and behind Reeves a sign is visible reading [PARKWAY / BALLROOM]. Just below that is handwritten in black ink on the photo [CHICAGO / "1953"].