A black and white photograph of Thelma Thompson and her three children, Christopher, Mark, and Barbarette in their home in the Hill District of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The home has peeling wall paper and lace curtains over the windows. Thompson sits on a bed aligned with the left side of the frame with her two sons, Christopher and Mark, seated next to her and on her lap; to her proper left, her daughter, Barbarettem stands next to her. A chest of drawers is aligned with the right side of the frame. The back of the photograph has an inscription of the number: [327.01] and a photographer's stamp.
A black and white photograph of Mrs. Ulysses Williams sitting in an interior domestic space. She is positioned so that her face and body faces slightly to the right. There is a window to the right of Mrs. Williams with its shade lowered to the halfway point; a radiator is positioned below the window. In the background is a cabinet and to the left of the Mrs. Williams is a polished table top. Below the image in the bottom right corner is a handwritten line of text which reads . The back of the photograph is blank.