A pink, yellow, and white quilt with a repeating block design of hand-pieced and appliqued pinwheels. There are nine (9) pinwheels arranged in three (3) columns of (3) and surrounded by sashing. The pinwheels are hand-pieced from plain white and double pink prints creating a striped effect. Each wheel has a saw tooth border and an appliqued pink center. The pinwheel is hand-appliqued to a pink ground. The sashing and the border are made from a bright yellow fabric with a small repeating print of red and black floral bursts and black stippled background. A pink stripe runs through the sashing and there are four (4) pink and yellow nine-patches in the corners of the sashing. The blocks and sashing are surrounded by a border made of the yellow fabric, with two pink strips sewn at each corner of the border. The quilt has thin batting and is backed with a plain off-white fabric. It is hand bound with a red and white striped fabric. The quilting is done by hand in white thread with different design elements including lines that following the wheel of each block, parallel lines in the background of the block, and a scallop or fan motif in the sashing and border. A strip of Velcro is added along the top back edge of the quilt. A fabric label is sewn at the back bottom proper left corner with hand written ink reading "CAVIGGA #8 / PINWHEELS 84" w x 87" l".
A cabinet card with an albumen print of an unidentified man sitting in a dirt yard near a wooden structure. The man is sitting on an overturned wooden crate near a short homemade oven made from stacked bricks. A kettle and other cooking implements are gathered near the oven and the man's crate. He looks at the photographer and has his arms crossed and propped onto his thighs. A short wooden structure held up by two large sticks is in the left background. In the right background is a larger wooden structure with a sloped shingled roof that is made from boards, with several additional boards and sticks used to prop up the original structure. The print is mounted on gray cardboard. An inscription handwritten on the reverse reads, "Cooking his breakfast / Augusta Ga".
A stereograph titled "Plantation Scene; Folks All Home" printed by J. N. Wilson of Savannah, Georgia. The albumen prints depicts six (6) unidentified children in the yard outside a log building with a brick chimney. A girl stands near the center with her hands inside a wooden washtub on a stand. A boy stands to her right with his back at the corner of the building and holding a large full basket on his head. Two younger children sit on a bench outside the building in the background. Two toddlers sit on the left side of the frame, one on the wheel of a small wooden cart and another on the ground next to a box or bin. The prints are mounted on tan card stock. Black text printed on the reverse lists the photographer's name and address. A paper label is adhered below the printed text that reads "68. Plantation Scene; Folks all Home."