a photograph of barbers and customers in a barbershop in New Orleans, LA by photographer Leonard Freed. The photo looks down between two rows of barber chairs and depicts several young barbers standing at their charis. Most of the barbers are men but to the right of the center of the photo stands a young woman in a barber jacket. The date and place the photo was taken are inscribed on the back along with the photographer's stamp.
This image depicts a man standing in a barbershop, surrounded by the tools of the trade. He stands with his left foot on the floor and his right foot propped up on the footrest of the empty barber chair next to him. His left hand rests on the arm of the chair, while his right hand rests on the counter to his right. The counter is cluttered with bottles, lotions, electrical cords, and a pair of glasses. The man, wearing a white short sleeve shirt, dark trousers and lace-up leather shoes, is reflected in the wide mirror over the counter. He gazes slightly to the right of the camera. In the background is a couch, an empty coat rack and a wall clock.
A black and white photograph of Johnny Gator's barbershop. The photograph features Pete Boyd and Johnny Gator cutting patrons' hair. In the foreground a young is seated in a barber's chair receiving a haircut from a man in a printed shirt. In the background another man is seated receiving a haircut from a man with a light colored shirt. Both barbers have their proper left hands on the foreheads of the patrons, while their proper right hands work the clippers. A woman and young girl stand behind the chair furthest from the camera in a corner of the room. The wall to their immediate left is mostly covered in mirrors and barber supplies. The back of the photograph has a barcode sticker that contains a file name, credit line, and caption as well as a yellow sticker at center.
A black and white photograph of Jerry Sumpter and barber Clarence Williams inside Crystal Barber Shop and Billiard Parlor. The shop interior, owned by William "Woogie" Harris, is lined with windows and barber chairs. Sumpter sits in one of the chairs, while Williams stands and rests his proper right arm against the back of the chair. The bottom right corner of the image has an inscription that reads: . The back of the photograph is blank.