A silver gelatin print depicting a black-and-white image of a group of costumed performers. The group is featured in a spotlight with one man standing in front of the row of performers. The man in front and all of the other performers are featured with their arms extended out at their sides and a slightly diagonal, with their proper right legs forward. In the row of performers there are three (3) men and three (3) women who are wearing matching outfits corresponding to their gender. The men wear banded boater hats, striped jackets, diagonally striped ties, and light colored pants. The women wear white jackets with black three-quarter sleeves, pleated white skirts, plaid blouses, and small white hats with plaid bows. The man in front is depicted wearing a light colored suit and straw boater hat with a black band. On the right side of the image is an inscription in black ink that reads, [To Laurie / With Love_ / Fondly / “Ginger”]. There is a stylized photographer's mark printed in the negative in the bottom right corner. There are no inscriptions on the back of the image.
A silver gelatin print depicting a black-and-white image of a woman jumping. The woman is centrally depicted with her proper right side facing the viewer. Her arms and legs are fully extended out and is caught mid-leap. She wears a white dress and metallic, wedge sandals. On the left side of the image, two-thirds of the way from the bottom, is a bass player. Both people are on a stage with a seated audience in the background, seen in the lower right quadrant. On the reverse, in the center, is an inscription handwritten in blue ink that reads, [Alice Sjôblom / Hästholmsvägen 10 / Stockholm].
A silver gelatin print depicting a black-and-white image of a group of five (5) male performers. The men are posed around a large drum, placed in the lower right quadrant of the image. All of the performers are depicted shirtless. One (1) man is seated cross-legged with a drum held between his knees to the left of the drum. His proper right hand is poised above the drum head and his proper left is resting on the drum. He is wearing a metallic costume that leaves his legs bare. Behind the seated man are two (2) performers. The man on the left has his arms extended above his head, bent at the elbows. The man on the right, kneels in front of a drum with his proper left side facing the viewer. His proper left hand holds the drum and the proper right arm is extended above his head. Behind the large drum, on the right side of the image, is a man kneeling with his proper right hand poised above the drumhead. His proper left hand is extended above his head, bent at the elbow. His hand is held below another performer's hand. That performer is standing behind the large drum. He is depicted wearing white pants with metallic detailing on the proper left side of the front of his pants. His proper left arm is raised to shoulder level and bent at the elbow so his proper left hand is held above a performer's hand. His proper right arm is extended above this head. The background is white wall with large shadows of the performers playing on the wall. In the lower right corner, printed in the negative, is the photographer's mark, [Diaz & / Rogers /N.Y.]. There are no inscriptions on the back of the photograph.
A silver gelatin print depicting a black-and-white image of a ten (10) female dancers in costume. The women are seated and standing in two (2) rows, facing the viewer. There are four (4) women in the front row, five (5) women in the back row, and one (1) partially visible woman standing above the back row. The dancers are all wearing white satiny dresses with gathered bodices, long sleeves, and thick bands of dark sequins that loop around the neck and is sewn down the front of the bodice and along the hemline. All of the women sport up-dos with large, rolled bangs. Laura Cathrell is seated in the front row, second front the left. Her hands are placed on the knees of the women depicted on either side of her. There are no inscriptions on the front or back of the photograph.