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.
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.