A narrow metal box with a handle on short side. The right side of the box has a small blue seal with the image of a lighthouse. Lettering surrounds the logo: [UNION MUTU / AL LIFE INSURA / NCE COMPANY / FOUNDED 1848]. The front of the box has a three dial lock positioned at: [0-0-0]. There is a sticker on the interior right side, near the handle.
A white cotton t-shirt with yellow and brown silk-screening. At the center of the shirt there is a graphic of a pair of brown boxing gloves between text that reads: [Chris Dundee's / FIFTH ST. GYM / MIAMI BEACH, FLA.].
This trephine was used by Dr. Ben Carson. It is two (2) inches in diameter with a black metal base with a silver rim, and a silver metal shaft. The bottom edge of the base is serrated. A metal drill bit protrudes from the center bottom of the base and is adjusted with a tension screw on the side of the shaft. The text "CODMAN REPAIR 3Q91" is printed on the side of the shaft. A trephine is a surgical saw used to cut a hole in a patient’s skull.
These green medical scrubs were worn by Dr. Ben Carson. The shirt (a) is made from a seafoam green cotton and polyester blend fabric. It is a short sleeved, V-neck T-shirt with straight-cut sides. There is a white strip of fabric along the back collar area. The shirt is reversible, with seams finished on both sides. There is one (1) patch pocket on the proper left breast. One (1) additional patch pocket is sewn at the interior proper left breast. When the shirt is reversed this interior pocket becomes the exterior proper left pocket. A very faded manufacturer's label is sewn at the center back collar that reads "standardtextile / SOFTWEAVE / 55% COTTON / 45% POLYESTER" followed by size and care information.
The pants (b) are made from the same seafoam green cotton and polyester blend fabric. The legs are straight-cut and the pants tie at the waist with woven tape made from a synthetic fiber. The pants are reversible, with seams finished on both sides. There is one (1) patch pocket on the proper left back below the waist. One (1) additional patch pocket is sewn at the interior proper left below the waist. When the pants are reversed this interior pocket becomes the exterior back right pocket. A faded manufacturer's label is sewn at the center back waist that reads "standardtextile / SOFTWEAVE / 55% COTTON / 45% POLYESTER" followed by size and care information.
H x W x D (On Form): 37 1/4 x 23 x 14 1/2 in. (94.6 x 58.4 x 36.8 cm)
H x W (Flat): 37 1/2 × 19 1/4 in. (95.3 × 48.9 cm)
This white medical lab coat was worn by Dr. Ben Carson. The coat is single-breasted with full-length straight cut sleeves and a standard collar with a short notched lapel. The coat closes at the center front with five (5) opaque white round plastic buttons. There is one (1) patch pocket at the proper left breast and two (2) patch pockets, one at each front side waist. A rectangular patch of white fabric is sewn above the breast pocket with black machine-embroidered cursive test reading "Dr. Ben Carson". Slits are placed in each side seam near the waist pockets. A manufacturer's label is sewn at the interior center back neck that reads "uniflair / 'THE ELEGANT LOOK'". A dry cleaner's label is attached to the manufacturer's label with a plastic tag.