Photograph of Benjamin Boozé and Magdalene Hendricks Boozé on their wedding day. Benjamin Boozé, seated on a stool with hands on knees, is wearing a suit and tie. He has glasses and a small mustache. Standing behind him is Magdalene Hendricks Boozé. She is wearing a navy blue drop waist silk dress with large roundels of glass beads and embroidery. She wears a watch around her left wrist and holds a small purse on a chain in her left hand. Both figures gaze to the left of the viewer.
Black and white photographic postcard of Daniel Hendricks wearing Masonic apron and collar. He stands facing the camera, wearing a three piece suit, tie, and hat. Around his neck is a wide Masonic collar, decorated with five stars on a light colored background. The collar is oval shaped and edged with thick fringe. Around his waist is a Masonic apron, a square of light colored cloth decorated with fringe, edging, and Masonic symbols. At the top of the apron is a single almond shaped eye. Below is the Square and Compasses. In the background is a painted backdrop of a column on plinth, a brick walkway, and some foliage. On the back is a postcard format. At top are the words "POST CARD." Underneath are two sections, one headed "Correspondence” and the other "Address." At the top right corner is a square section with the words "Place Stamp Here" surrounded on four sides by the word "AZO" with four small triangles at each corner.
The Weary Blues hardcover book written by Langston Hughes. The front cover features a drawing of a man sitting with his head raised upward. His body faces a piano and his arms are raised above the keys. The background of the book is orange and yellow, the man and piano are in in black. Black type at the top reads: [THE WEARY BLUES]. Yellow type at the bottom reads: [By / Langston Hughes]. The interior has 109 pages of black type on off-white paper. The back cover has a stylistic image of piano keys and two boxes.