A color photograph of Mae Reeves and Donna Limerick. Mae stands to Donna's right and wears a heavy black coat, and a dark teal and iridescent dress as well as a dark hat. Donna wears a long sleeved red shirt with black belt, and tall furry black hat.
A digital print of a man and woman sitting on the wooden front porch of a house in Lincoln, Nebraska. The woman, sitting on the left, is wearing a white dress and in a rocking chair. The man is seated on the right in a wooden chair and wears a grey suit and mustache. A small cat sits near the man's feet. Three steps lead up to the porch, which has two columns framing the door and is decorated with several potted plants. The windows appear to have lace curtains, there is a thermometer mounted to the left window, and the address plate  is visible to the right of the door. The screen door is closed but shows through to photographs and a piece of furniture just inside the house.
This color photograph shows identical twins wearing popular fashion from the 1980sin the East Flatbush section of Brooklyn, New York, in 1980. The girls are wearing oversized coats, skirts, shirts, and Cazal glasses. The back of the photograph is inscribed with the title and photographer Jamel Shabazz’s signature.
Sepia-toned digital print on archival paper created by the photographer, Gaylord Oscar Herron. The photograph depicts brothers Charlie (right), Ronnie (center), and Robert (left) Wilson. They are all wearing 1970s-style tops and bell-bottom pants with various style hats, one top hat and two in what looks like a cowboy style. All three are seated on a white wooden porch swing. Below the photograph is the following annotation: "1974/095". The back of the print contains the artist's signature and date ("1974").