Phoptograph shows Warne Marsh playing a saxophone in front of Lou Levy playing a piano, and there is a microphine in front of Warne Marsh's saxophone, so it could be a club, or possibly a recording session.
Black and white photograph of the Buster Cooper Sextet at the Bonaventure Hotel in downtown Los Angeles. Cooper is playing trombone, and behind him is a drum set (the drummer is not visible) and an unidentified saxophonist.
Taken at the John Anson Ford Theater in Los Angeles, California. Also pictured (place order and instrument played labeled on verso of photograph); Oscar Brashear, Garnett Brown, Ray Brown, Bobby Bryant, Jimmy Cleveland, Hank DeVega, Thurman Green, Roger Hogan, Paul Humphrey, Harold Land Sr., Harold Land Jr., Clay Lawrey, Shuggie Otis, Jerome Richardson, Maurice Spears, John Stephens, and Frank Szabo.
Black-and-white photograph taken at the time of the Live broadcast of the performance on KKGO from 7-9pm with jazz musicians Harry Sweet Edison on trumpet, Dolo Coker - piano, Bruno Carr - drums, Harvey Newmark - bass and Bob Cooper - tenor sax, Chuck Miles - MC.
Photo shows Mississippi Smokey Wilson holding a handful of $20 bills smiling and in front of a cash register. It appears that it might be a bar. Wilson is smiling, and dressed in a 1970s style jacket, and wearing a white white hat.
Black and white photograph of the free-jazz Art Ensemble of Chicago performing in Los Angeles on June 26, 1976. The two musicians visible are not identified. The man playing the saxophone is wearing face paint.
Black and white photograph of Peewee Crayton's Ultimates of Soul: Evan Walker on guitar, Bill Clark on tenor saxophone, Leon Goss vocals, Peewee Crayton on guitar and vocals, Charles Brown on drum, Bill Walker on bass.
Black-and-white photograph of jazz band Pan Afrikan People's Arkestra; Charles Chantler (tenor sax), Amos ?, Lester Robinson (trombone); Horace Tapscott (directing). Various other musicians are not identified.