Forty-one black and white photoprints, most of which are portraits of jazz, blues, Cajun, and zydeco musicians, plus a few additional subjects.
Collection consists of 157 8" x 10" black-and-white photographic copy prints of photographs in Frank Driggs's collection: Duke Ellington and his orchestra. Some copy prints have Smithsonian negative numbers.
Closeup of guitarist's hands and guitar. The guitar is decorated with slogans and images.
The collection consists of three music manuscripts created by Paquito D'Rivera, Cuban-born musician and composer and a photograph.
Photographs from a project entitled "Kentucky Coal Country," in which photographer Gordon Smith concentrates on economic and social factors in Kentucky. The photographs document poverty, erosion of the land through strip mining, and other harsh realities in Kentucky.
Papers and photographs related to the immigration experience of Cuban refugee Martinez: a story from the Washington Post, March 12, 1984; a 45-minute cassette recording of an interview (in Spanish) by Richard E. Ahlborn with Martinez; a transcription in Spanish of the interview; six photographs of the hut taken by a zoo photographer; a covering mem...
Twenty portraits, taken in the 1980s, of twenty-one men and women who were active in the civil rights and peace movements of the 1960s.
Henderson is shown smoking a cigarette, with curling smoke.
Title and "Demonstrator for Johnson Products Co. Inc. / Afro-Sheen Specialists" in negative. Nathaniel Mathis displaying young woman's large "Afro" hairstyle. Single weight paper.