A black and white photograph of Robert, Addison F., and George Scurlock in a paper frame with a plastic front. The three boys are posed facing the camera. Robert, on the left, is seated on a wicker piece of furniture. His hands are folded together in his lap. Addison F., at center, stands with his proper left hand resting on the arm of a chaise lounge. George, to the right, sits on the chaise lounge. His hands are resting on his crossed proper left leg. An inscription in the bottom right front of the image reads: [To Grandma Fearing / Mar. 25 '24]. The photograph is inside a plastic and paper frame. The back of the frame has paper extender to prop the frame up. A mark on the back of the frame indicates the frame was made by Collins Photo Frames.
A black-and-white photograph of men seated and standing in front of a doorway. They wear coats, many wear ties, and several hold bowler and top-hats. At the bottom right of the photograph is the address, "11th and Pa. Ave. N.W., Washington, D.C." Below the photograph is written "Republican Notification Comittee / Washington, D.C., / Monday, June 20th 1892." Frederick Douglass stands at the back, just left of the doorway.
Black and white photographic bust length portrait of Madam C.J. Walker. Sitting sideways, her head is turned slightly right towards the viewer. Her gaze is to the lower right. Her hair is smooth, parted in the middle, and falls to ear length, and tucked under. She wears drop earrings and a necklace. An intricately fringed shawl is draped around her shoulders and held in place by a brooch. The bottom left quadrant of the image is partially shadowed. The photograph is surrounded by a white border with an embossed maker's mark at the bottom right. It reads "Scurlock / WASH. D.C."