A black and white photograph of a young man wearing a messenger cap and holding a radio. Behind him is a building with a sign reading [Empire State Messenger Service, Inc.] and several bicycles with large baskets. On the back of the photograph is the title, date and photographer's signature.
A black and white photograph of a crowd of young people at Coney Island. Most of the people stand with their backs to the camera. Behind them is a chain link fence with amusement park attractions behind it. On the back is the title, date, and photographer's signature.
A black and white photographic portrait of a young woman holding two thread wrapped wooden sticks up to her mouth. The portrait is a close up of the woman who has her chin tilted downwards, but looks slightly up and directly at the camera. She wears a printed scarf and multiple pieces of jewelry, including a dew drop gem against her forehead and suspended hoop earrings with beaded fringe. She holds the wooden sticks in her right hand, which has rings on several fingers. She wears multiple bracelets with suspended pearls on her right wrist and upper arm. Her left hand, which holds the tapered end of the sticks against her mouth, is bare. The back of the photograph has an inscription with the title and date, the photographer's signature, and the photographer's stamp.
A black and white photograph of Jacqueline Santiago and Cathy Lindsey in Bushwick, Brooklyn, New York. The photograph features Santiago and Lindsey with their arms across each other’s shoulders. They are looking to the left of the image and are standing in front of a stuccoed wall. The back of the photograph has the photographer's signature, information about the photograph's subjects, and printing information.
A pamphlet made of black ink on cream-colored paper. The front cover contains the title and publishing information. The interior has twenty-five pages of text. The back cover has an advertisement for Political Affairs Publishers, Inc.
A Prospect Junior High School graduation admissions ticket. The ticket is made of off-white colored paper with type printed in black ink. The type reads: [The Graduation Class / of / June, Nineteen Hundred and Sixty / Prospect Jr. High School / Requests The Honor Of Your Presence / At Its / Graduation Exercises / Monday Morning, June the Twenty-Seventh / At The R.K.O. Franklin Theater / At Nine O'Clock / Please Present This Card For Admission / 161st Street And Prospect Avenue]. The back of the admissions ticket has a handwritten inscription that say [Parents Association / 2].