Studio portrait of a young girl standing beside a classicizing pedestal with a basket of flowers and a painted landscape backdrop. She is a member of the A. J. Roberts family, perhaps his daughter, Myrtle.
Studio portrait of a young boy standing beside a classicizing pedestal with a basket of flowers and a painted landscape backdrop. He is a member of the A. J. Roberts family, perhaps his son, William or Frederick.
Portraits and brief biographical notes on 16 African Americans. Left to right, and top to bottom: Composer-William Grant Still, Labor Leader-A. Philip Randolph, United States Congress Representative-Arthur Mitchell, Architect-Paul R. Williams, Baritone-Paul Robeson, Writer-Claude McKay, Soldier-Benjamin O. Davis, Contralto-Marian Anderson, Educator-Robert R. Moton, Writer-Langston Hughes, Tycoon-Charles C. Spaulding, Sociologist-W.E.B. Du Bois, Scientist-George Washington Carver, Communist-James Ford, Lawyer-Eunice [Carter] Smith, Musician-Edward K. “Duke” Ellington.