Letter and envelope written by Paul R. Williams to Harold Williams. The letter (a) has white paper with black printed text. There are crease lines where the letter was folded into thirds. There is a central letterhead for Paul R. Williams above the date May 8, 1973. The letter reads [Dear Harold: / The PARTY was a tremendous success. THANKS for / the great job you did putting ALL of the parts to- / gether. / The telephones are still ringing and telegrams pouring in - all expressing "This Was The Greatest". / How about lunch when you get back in town?]. Paul Williams signed the letter in blue ink. The back of the paper is blank.
The white envelope (b) has black printed text in the upper left which reads PAUL R. WILLIAMS, F.A.I.A. / 3440 WILSHIRE BOULEVARD / LOS ANGELES 90005]. The center left of the envelope reads [PERSONAL [underlined]]. To the right of this is the printed address for [Mr. Harold Williams / Kinsey, Meeds & Williams / 1930 Wilshire Boulevard / Los Angeles, California 90057]. There is a black postmark on the back for Los Angeles with the date of May 8, 1973.
Black-and-white photograph (a) of a group at a dinner in honor of Paul R. Williams with an identifying note (b). Nine (9) men are pictured in formal wear. Five (5) men are seated in the front row, with Carey Jenkins on the left next to Harold Williams and Paul R. Williams in the center. Vincent Proby is sitting on the right side. Four (4) men are standing in the background with John LaConta and Robert Kennard on the left side. There are inscriptions and a photographer’s stamp on the reverse. There is a handwritten note associated with the photograph. The lined paper has the date of the tribute dinner for Paul R. Williams and lists the names of the men in the image. The reverse is blank.
Black-and-white photograph of Paul and Della Williams and Harold Williams at a dinner in honor of Paul Williams. The three (3) people are seated behind a dinner table in the center of the image. Della Williams is in the center with her white top visible. Harold Williams is on the left side of the image, wearing a ruffled shirt and velvet jacket. There are inscriptions and a photographer’s stamp on the reverse.
A chair made from dark brown wood featuring yellow back and seat cushions. Three crosses are engraved at the top of the chair. The back of the chair is consistent in design with the church archway, podium, and windows.