Gospel at the Apollo concert program. [Cover page]: "Gospel at the Apollo". Photograph of the outside of the Apollo Theater on cover. [Back of cover]: Photograph of an elderly white man (possibly a staff member of the Apollo Theater). "The Apollo Saga". Below photograph is a brief introduction of the Apollo. [Page 1]: "Gospel at the Apollo". This page continues discussing the Apollo Theater and gospel performers who have performed at the theater. [Page 2]: Photograph of Bobby Schiffman and Honi Coles together. Below photograph is a biography of Bobby Schiffman. [Page 3]: Photograph of T. Ruth. "T. Ruth, promoted the first gospel show December 16, 1955". [Page 4]: Photograph of Fred Bar. [Page 5]: Photograph of Doc Wheeler. [Page 6]: Photograph of Joe Crane. [Page 7]: Photograph of George Hudson. [Page 8]: Photograph of Big Dan, promoter of gospel and spiritual programs. "211 Princeton Street, Hempstead, N.Y. IV 3-8609". [Page 9]: Eight photographs of the greatest gospel performers. [Page 10]: Photographs of The Original 5 Blind Boys, The Pilgrim Travelers, The Dixie Hummingbirds, and The Soul Stirrers. [Page 11]: "Champions of the people". Photographs of John F. Kennedy, Martin Luther King, Jr., and Robert F. Kennedy.; [Page 12]: Photograph of The Mighty Gospel Commanders. [Page 13]: Poems. "the Twenty-third (alcohol) psalms", "'Taint no use of trying", "You may be the biggest fool in the world, but no one will ever know it unless you act a fool". [Page 14]: Photographs of Franklin D. Roosevelt, Martin Luther King, Harry S. Truman, Dwight D. Eisenhower, Lyndon B. Johnson, John F. Kennedy, and Richard M. Nixon. [Page 15]: Photograph of Gloria Spencer, seated, and four women standing behind her. [Page 16]: Photographs of Sam Cook and The Consolers. Two Photographs of unidentified individuals. [Page 17]: Photographs of The...Quintet (name of group is illegible), The Original Gospel Harmonettes Special, The Davis Sister Sisters, The Nightingales. [Page 18]: Photographs of the Utterback Concert Ensemble, The Edwin Hawkins Singers, The Loving Sisters, and the Spirit of Memphis Quartet. [Page 19]: Photographs of Harmonizing Four, Reverend Cleophus Robinson, Sister Rosetta Tharpe, and The Meditation Singers. [Page 20]: Photographs of Reverend James Cleveland, Imperial Gospel Singers, Clara Ward, and Stars of Faith. [Page 21]: Photographs of Alex Bradford and The Bradford Singers, Pilgrim Jubilee's, Swan Silvertones, and The Highway Q.C.'s. [Page 22]: Photograph of The Mighty Clouds of Joy, The Electrifying Evangelist Shirley Caesar & The Caesar Singers, The Dorothy Norwood Singers, and The Brooklyn All Stars.; [Page 23]: Photographs of The Staple Singers, The soulful Salem Travelers of Chicago, Illinois, The Spiritualairs, and The Mighty Southland Gospel Singers. [Page 24]: Phographs of Bill Moss and The Celestials, The Fantastic Violinaires, and The Exciting Gospelaires of Dayton, Ohio. Phogograph of an unidentified woman. [Page 25-26]: Blank.
Big Dan; The Original 5 Blind Boys; The Pilgrim Travelers; The Dixie Hummingbirds; The Soul Stirrers; The Mighty Gospel Commanders; Utterbach Concert Ensemble; The Edwin Hawkins Singers; The Loving Sisters; Spirit of Memphis Quartette; The Supreme Quintet; The Original Gospel Harmonettes; The Davis Sister Sisters; The Nightingales; The Harmonizing Four; The Meditation Singers; Reverend James Cleveland and the Cleveland Singers; Imperial Gospel Singers; Stars of Faith; Alex Bradford and the Bradford Singers; Pilgrim Jubilee's; Swan Silvertones; The Highway Q.C's; The Mighty Clouds of Joy; Shirley Caesar and the Caesar Singers; The Dorothy Norwood Singers; The Brooklyn Allstars; The Staple Singers; The Soulful Salem Travelers of Chicago, Illinois; The Spiritualairs; The Mighty Southland Gospel Singers; Bill Moss anf the Celestials; Fantastic Violinaires; The Exiciting Gospelaires; Gospel at the Apollo (s.d.: New York)