Three beautiful, old-school portraits of Diana Ross, Florence Ballard, and Mary Wilson: The Supremes!
Each is a foot square and printed on fairly heavy parchment-type paper.
They are a little worn with some dog-ears, but clean and in pretty good shape overall.
The colors are still really vibrant, that's for sure.
A close look reveals that the portraits were album inserts, and a little Googling indicates they are from a greatest hits album by the group.
By the presence of the masking tape on the back of the posters, I would guess the original owner did not fully appreciate the suitability of the images for framing.
But man, these are still pretty slick. I have been listening to a YouTube mega-mix while posting this, and the early sound of The Supremes is timeless. These portraits really evoke the era for me when "girl groups"could rule the charts.
Bonus fact: DJ (and Reverend) Walt "Baby" Love got his nickname from colleague Steve Lundy, who played The Supremes' "Baby Love" right before Walt came on air. "Baby Love" was a nickname I picked up at the Seattle Public Library in reference to that.