Half length view of an unidentified man, Richard Berkley and Black Archives of Mid-America founder Horace Peterson.
Streets and neighborhoods
Flier advertising Pre-Thanksgiving dance, prom and mixer. Text is printed in various fonts in black or red and from the top to bottom reads, "PRE-THANKSGIVING [black], -D-A-N-C-E- [red], Sponsored by [black], Heart of America Training School [red], PROM and MIXER, -AT- [black], New Prospect Hall, 22nd St. and Prospect Ave. (Over Crown Drug Store) [black], Sat. Nite, NOV 19 [red], 9P.M. to 1 A.M. [black],*CONTINUOUS ENTERTAINMENT* [red], Dancing to the Irresistible Tunes of [black], CELESTER WHITE AND HIS ORCHESTRA [red], ADMISSION: . . . ADVANCE . . . $1.00 AT DOOR . . . [red]" A black horizontal line runs below admission information in the lower center portion of the handbill. Small illegible text is printed below that line.