A silver gelatin print depicting a black-and-white image of Ubangi Club ballroom dancers, Al Moore and Dennie, reading a copy of Show-Down magazine. Dennie is depicted wearing a black hat, a medium toned double-breasted jacket, a matching calf-length skirt, and pumps. Moore is standing behind her, with his left arm wrapped around her back and his hand resting on her proper left arm. He is wearing a medium tone, pinstriped suit and tie. The two hold a copy of The Show-Down magazine. Both are looking at it and smiling. Behind them is a stage set featuring a facade of close-set buildings. The word [proof] is written across their legs in black ink. There are no inscriptions on the back.
A silver gelatin print depicting a black-and-white image of the male and female dance duo, Moore and Larrye. The duo is depicted standing in three-quarters profile, facing the right edge of the image. The man is wearing a black tuxedo, white vest, and a white bow tie. He has a pocket watch chain hanging at his waist. He is depicted standing behind the woman with his proper right hand held to her waist. The woman is depicted leaning against the man, holding her proper right hand on her hip, her head tilted slightly towards her proper left shoulder, and her proper left arms and fingers extended towards the right edge of the image. She is wearing a dress that has a long white skirt attached to the bodice at the waist. The bodice is a black sequined, V-shaped piece of fabric that covers her shoulders and breasts, but leaves the rest of her torso and arms exposed. She is wearing black sequined, fingerless opera gloves, with sleeves that widen towards her shoulders. She has three white flowers pinned to her hair. There are two inscriptions in pencil on the back: [Valiada / 4” x / Moore & Larrye] at the top right and [Moore & Larrye] in the lower left corner. There are also additional pencil notations written on the back of the photograph.