A black-and-white film negative featuring the image of a group of men posed in front of a vehicle with a sign reading, " Greatest Colored Show on Earth / Rabbit Foot Minstrels ." Most of the men wear t-shirts reading " Rabbit Foot Show " on the front.
A black-and-white film negative featuring the image of a group of women, all wearing Native American themed costumes, surrounding an older woman seated at a table with a birthday cake. They appear to be in the interior of a tent. A dressing table is visible in the foreground
A silver gelatin print depicting a black-and-white image of The Nicholas Brothers, Fayard and Harold Nicholas, from the film Kid Millions. The image features a young man, Fayard Nicholas, and his younger brother, Harold Nicholas; both wearing matching, white tuxedo outfits, complete with white top hats. Fayard Nicholas is depicted on the left side of the image, striking a pose in three quarters profile. He stands with his proper right leg extended out with his proper left arm extended out and bent upwards at the elbow. In his proper left hand he holds his top hat raised slightly above his head. In this proper right hand he holds a cane tucked under his arm. Harold Nicholas, depicted on the right side of the image, stands facing the viewer, with his arms extended at his side and wearing his top hat. He is depicted smiling, open mouthed, at the camera. Along the bottom of the image is black text that reads, [FROM THE FILM "KID MILLIONS"]. On the back of the photograph, along the bottom center edge, is stamp from the photograph manufacturer that reads, [Phone TEMPLE BAR 6547. / PERFECT PHOTO REPRODUCTION Co. / Coliseum Chambers / 24 CHANDOS STREET, W.C.2 / MANAGER: - JOE DAVIS.].
A stereograph depicting an unidentified male minstrel performer. The man is posed in a seated position, holding a fretless, four-string banjo as if playing. He wears a hat, striped shirt and striped pants, and looks straight at the camera. He is seated in front of a photo studio backdrop of a tree and foliage with a house in the distance. The two identical photographic prints are mounted on light green colored card stock. A printed label on the back reads [NEGLECTED GENIUS.].
A chromolithographic print poster with linen backing for [JAMES H. WALLICK'S BANDIT KING CO.] featuring Fred Lyons as the character "Old Bob" with his mule, Calamity Jane. The poster illustration depicts Lyons, "Old Bob," seated on a chair playing a banjo and singing with the mule, Calamity Jane, braying at his side. Lyons is dressed in a minstrel style, wearing a tan jacket, red and white striped shirt, green and tan striped pansts, and a tan top hat. He is seated in what appears to be a living room. At the top of the poster, green text in an Art Nouveau style with floral illustrations reads, [JAMES H. WALLICK'S / BANDIT KING CO.]. Small black text in the lower left corner of the image reads, [Great Western Saint Louis]. Along the bottom of the poster, white and black text in an Art Noveau style reads, [Fred Lyons / as Old Bob / With His Donkey / Calamity Jane] set against a red background with blue and pink floral illustrations.
A black and white photograph of a theatre production. On the proper right side a boy is sitting in a chair. He is wearing a suit and tie. His legs are crossed at the ankles and his hands are on his lap. There is a boy standing behind him. He is wearing a white chef's coat and hat, and is wearing blackface. On the proper left there is a girl sitting in a chair. She is wearing a fancy white ruffled dress. Her dark hair is pulled back and is parted in the middle. Her hands are folded on her lap and she has a bracelet on her proper left arm. There is a girl standing behind her with a striped dress, an apron, and a headscarf. She is also wearing blackface. The boy sitting in the chair is Oliver Howard Horner.
Part of a doorway is visible on the proper right side. It is mostly covered by a folding screen with floral fabric. There is also a folding screen with fabric on the proper left side. There is fabric hanging on the wall in the center and there is a fake fireplace in the middle. It is made with fabric and hand drawn bricks with a hand drawn grate in the center. There is black fabric draped on top for a mantle. There are two pictures on top of the "mantle" and there is also a picture hanging on the wall on the proper left side.
The photograph is dry mounted on a dark grey board. The bottom proper right corner of the board is missing. There are several areas along the edges where the grey part of the board has peeled off. The back of the board is grey. There is a long white stain in the center at the bottom. The corners have peeled of slightly.