A cardboard menu from Stubbs BBQ, advertising a James Brown concert. Recto features an image of a young James Brown on a yellow background with red and black text. At top center written in yellow text “JAMES BROWN” surrounded by red flames. On the top left side written in black ink is “MAY 10 – STUBB’S.” Below this is several of James Brown’s nicknames written in red and black text. Verso features a list of food, beverages and prices offered at Stubb’s BBQ.
A baseball cap from Prince’s Jam of the Year Tour 1997. The cap is made of a black cotton-polyester blend fabric and has a low crown profile. The cap's stiff bill is formed by black fabric on top and green fabric on the underside stitched onto cardboard. White embroidered text across the crown reads: [emancipation]. Embroidered on both the proper left and proper right sides of the cap, in yellow thread, is the hybrid male-female symbol representing the Artist Formerly Known as Prince. The back of the cap has a plastic snap closure. Above the adjuster, text embroidered in white thread reads: [NPG]. Below the white text is black embroidered text: [RECORDS]. The interior of the cap has stiffener underneath the two (2) center crown panels of the cap. There is one (1) grommet surrounded by thread in the center of each of the six (6) panels that make up the cap, and one (1) fabric-covered rivet fastener at the top of the crown. A sweatband of the same black material as the cap is stitched along the cap edge. At the interior proper left side is a manufacturer's tag that reads: [YUPOONG/ 60% Cotton/ 40% Polyester/ One Size Fits All/ Made In/ Domincan Republic].
A 3-color handbill for a concert by the singer James Brown held on Tuesday, November 30, 1965 at the Pleasure Pier Ballroom in Port Arthur, Texas. The handbill adversises James Brown and the performers accompanying him for this performance. The top of the handbill lists the concert venue, date, time, and ticket price. At center-right is a cropped portrait photograph of Brown, smiling and looking to the viewer's left, next to white text on a red background, "James/Brown/ "Out of Sight"/ Grits and Soul" "Virginia Wolfe". Below this text and image, from viewer's left to right, are three rows of text and images depicting additional performers, including: James Crawford, The Famous Flames, Bobby Byrd, and T.V. Mama; "Baby" Lloyd and Al Brisco Clark; and James Brown 18-Piece Orchestra. The handbill has text printed in blue and black ink, four text boxes in red with white print, and two text boxes outlined in red with black text inside.