A silver gelatin print depicting a black-and-white image of Henry LeTang. LeTang is depicted from the waist up, seated. His proper right knee is raised and his proper right elbow is resting on it. His proper left shoulder is held slightly forward, his hands folded over each other, and his head is turned towards the viewer. He is wearing a medium toned suit, white collared shirt, and a dark, patterned tie. He has a metal watch on his proper left wrist, a bracelet on his proper right wrist, rings on his proper left pinkie finger and proper right ring finger, and he has a white pocket square in his proper left breast pocket. He is shown against a white gradient background. In the top left corner of the image is a handwritten inscription in black ink that reads, [To Laure / Some day I'll / put those Taps / on your shoes / Sincerely / Henry LeTang]. The photographer's mark, printed in black, located in the bottom right corner reads, [Diaz & / Rogers / N.Y.]. There are no inscriptions on the back of the photograph.
A silver gelatin print depicting a black-and-white image of a group of five (5) male performers. The men are posed around a large drum, placed in the lower right quadrant of the image. All of the performers are depicted shirtless. One (1) man is seated cross-legged with a drum held between his knees to the left of the drum. His proper right hand is poised above the drum head and his proper left is resting on the drum. He is wearing a metallic costume that leaves his legs bare. Behind the seated man are two (2) performers. The man on the left has his arms extended above his head, bent at the elbows. The man on the right, kneels in front of a drum with his proper left side facing the viewer. His proper left hand holds the drum and the proper right arm is extended above his head. Behind the large drum, on the right side of the image, is a man kneeling with his proper right hand poised above the drumhead. His proper left hand is extended above his head, bent at the elbow. His hand is held below another performer's hand. That performer is standing behind the large drum. He is depicted wearing white pants with metallic detailing on the proper left side of the front of his pants. His proper left arm is raised to shoulder level and bent at the elbow so his proper left hand is held above a performer's hand. His proper right arm is extended above this head. The background is white wall with large shadows of the performers playing on the wall. In the lower right corner, printed in the negative, is the photographer's mark, [Diaz & / Rogers /N.Y.]. There are no inscriptions on the back of the photograph.