A silver gelatin print depicting a black-and-white image of the Jeter and Pillars Band performing on stage with Joe and Daisy with the Eight Plantation Dollies. A man and woman stand hand-in-hand at the front center of the stage. She is wearing a white, full length evening gown and he, a light colored tuxedo. Eight (8) showgirls in matching light colored outfits fan around them, four (4) on each side. Each showgirl is wearing a hat or a head wrap, a ruffled neck crop top, and flowing tiered skirt held out to the sides. The band is behind them on a raised platform, holding various instruments. The stage set features a repeated circular motif and fountain centered at the back. Photo is inscribed ink white ink at the top left and across the bottom. Text at the top left corner reads [JETER AND PILLARS / BAND / CLEVELAND OHIO]. Across the bottom, a name is written under each of the eight (8) showgirls: [VELMA], [CHICKIE], [VIRGINIA], [BERTHA], [MARGARET], [VIVIAN], [FLOSSIE], and [HELEN]. Written under the man and woman depicted center stage is [JOE AND DAISY / WITH THE EIGHT / PLANTATION DOLLIES / MISSOURI THEATRE / ST. LOUIS MO. 2/1/35]. An inscription written over the two showgirls depicted on the right edge of the image reads, [For [---?] / Laura / Helen]. The photographer’s stamp is on the back of the image. It features a graphic of an eagle clutching a gear in one set of talons and holding lightning bolts in the other and the text [NRA / MEMBER / WE DO OUR PART / P. R. PAPIN PHOTO CO. / ST. LOUIS].
A silver gelatin print depicting a black-and-white image of a stage performance with a band, dancers, and singer against a large backdrop. The backdrop features several, large caricatured instrumentalists playing brass instruments, stringed instruments, and a woodwind instrument, along a long checkered hallway that has been painted in linear perspective. The band is arranged along the back of the stage, with most members sitting behind individual music stands. Front and center on the stage is a male singer standing at a microphone. He is depicted wearing a light colored suit. Three (3) female dancers, in matching short dress costumes with large bows on their heads, are depicted on each side of the singer. All six (6) of the dancers are posed with their hands held towards the right edge of the image. The dancers’ proper left legs are crossed over their right legs. There are six (6) signatures in blue ink on the front of the image, scattered throughout the lower portion of the image. There are no inscriptions on the back.