Scrapbook loosely bound and held together by tape with a small color postcard of a young girl wearing a pink ruffled dress and holding two sunflowers with the words "I is just your little blackbird" adhered to the front. The scrapbook created by Louise Jackson Gunn contains newspaper clippings, small black-and-white photographs and other ephemera. The scrapbook primarily documents the career and social life of Gunn, a beauty queen, fashion model, actress and chorus girl. Gunn was active in multiple community organizations, women's clubs, and church groups. Many photographs document her family life, including her son "Billy" (actor and playwright Bill Gunn). Also included are photographs and clippings about fellow vaudeville performers, including Valaida Snow, Texas Guinan, and Wealthy Davis.
This oil painting depicts an impressionist landscape with two dark human figures and two donkeys walking from the left to right frame. One swathed, indistinct figure rides on the back of a donkey, carrying a white bundle on its lap. The second human figure walks between the two donkeys, which are walking parallel to each other, the farther donkey slightly ahead. The four figures are set on a bare road, that can be seen to wind its way into the distance. In the background are low rolling hills, and a small squat tree in the left hand corner. There is a full moon overhead, set in a sky of mottled blue green.
An albumen print mounted on a stereograph-sized card mount depicting a woman identified as Mrs. Whitaker and eleven (11) children. They are all siting on a wooden porch outside of a wooden building and looking at the camera. The two eldest children sit at the left frame on one side of a post, while the rest of the children sit in a row on the other side of the post. Mrs. Whitaker sits in a chair behind the long row of children nursing an infant. The image is mounted on orange cardboard that is pale pink on the reverse. A yellow paper label is adhered at the verso center with handwritten and printed text in black ink identifying the photographer, place, title, and number.