H x W (2011.133.4b (cover)): 12 1/2 × 12 3/8 in. (31.8 × 31.4 cm)
2011.133.4a: An LP vinyl record called Diana Ross & The Supremes & The Temptations on Broadway: Original TV Sound Track. Side A has four tracks: G.I.T. On Broadway, Broadway Medley, Malteds Over Manhattan, and Leading Lady Medley. Side B has four tracks: Fiddler On The Roof Medley, Student Mountie, Rhythm Of Life, and Finale: Let The Sunshine In/Funky Broadway/G.I.T. On Broadway (Reprise)
2011.1334b: The album cover for Diana Ross & The Supremes & The Temptations on Broadway. The cover features an image of Diana Ross, The Supremes, and The Temptations standing on stage in front of an ornate, gold-colored set.
A black and white photographic portrait of LaVern Baker. Depicted is a woman smiling. She is wearing earrings and a matching headband. Her body is angled to her right and she is looking up and to the right as well. She is wearing a black sleeveless dress. In the bottom right corner white text reads "Bruno/ of/ Hollywood/ NYC." Below the photo it says “La Vern Baker PER. MGT. / S.R.O. Artists/ 200 W. 57th. St. N.Y.C. General Artists Corporation/ New York Chicago Beverly Hills Dallas Miami Beach London."
This image depicts Harry Belafonte Jr., while performing at a civil rights fundraiser. Belafonte was the host of the event and headliners included Sidney Poitier, Dizzy Gillespie, and Martin Luther King, Jr. Dressed all in black, Belafonte holds a microphone in his right hand and gestures with his left. Eyes closed, he holds the microphone close to his mouth. Taken from below, this image gives him a monumental aspect.
This image depicts musician Nina Simone sitting at a piano. Sitting sideways to the viewer at a piano, microphone set up in front of her, she turns her head slightly to her right. She wears a silky, long sleeve dress with jeweled buttons at the cuffs, and a sparkly headband.
A light purple dress (a) with ivory embroidery and coordinating ivory belt (b) with beaded decoration worn by Dionne Warwick.
(a): Lilac purple dress with long sleeves and a full skirt. The dress is made of a lilac organza layered over ivory organza and decorated with an ivory machine-embroidered abstract floral design. Embroidered leaves, attached all over the dress on the bodice, sleeves and skirt, hang loose as three-dimensional elements. The bodice of the dress is fitted with an ivory notched spread collar. The bodice is fully lined with ivory synthetic fabric. The dress closes at the center front with a metal zipper that begins below the waist and ends at the center bust. There is a single metal hook-and-eye fastener above the zipper. The full-length sleeves are fitted to the elbow, with the forearms having large pleats, ending in fitted ivory cuffs that fasten with two (2) ivory fabric-covered buttons on each cuff. The skirt of the dress is very full with a floor-length hemline, and has two under-layers of petticoats. The innermost petticoat is an ivory synthetic fiber lined in an ivory synthetic satin, with two tiers of ivory organza ruffles sewn along at the exterior bottom. The outer petticoat is made of two layers of ivory organza. The initials of the designer, "MT", are handwritten in black ink at the interior proper right back of the bodice.
(b): Wide ivory belt with rhinestones and beaded tassel. The belt is faced with an ivory organza and edged in ivory satin. A large flower made of white and clear rhinestones is sewn at the center front, which is slightly wider than the rest of the belt. Six (6) long strands of varying lengths with white, clear, and silver beads hang from the center of the flower. Each beaded strand ends in a beaded tassel with nine (9) strands. The belt is lined with ivory leather. It fastens at the center back with two (2) metal hook-and-eye closures.