A program from a 1938 Christmas banquet. The program has six pages and a yellow tassel. The front of the program reads [CHRISTMAS 1938] at the top and [Second Squadron - - Tenth Cavalry / West Point, New York] at the bottom. There is a silver embossed circle in the center, an image of a green olive branch, a red, white, and blue vertical triangle pennant with stars and stripes and an eagle on top, and a red, white and blue shield insignia with stars and stripes. There are some stains on the front cover. There is also an image of a buffalo with a banner that reads [READY AND FORWARD]. There is a braided yellow tassel on the proper right side of the program. It is yellow because it is the color of the cavalry.
The inside cover features a black and white photograph of Marion Carson, Major, 19th Cavalry. There is also a brief Christmas message from the major. On page three there is a menu and a line drawing of a bell and leaves.
On pages four and five there is a list of members of the Second Squadron, Tenth Cavalry. There is an image of a buffalo with a banner that reads [READY AND FORWARD]. The list of names continues on to page seven. The back of the program is blank.
A pamphlet for the documentary The Negro Soldier. The pamphlet is four pages. The first page has the title "The Negro Soldier" in the bottom right hand corner. Surrounding the title in six separate little sections are military and war photos depicting people and weapons. On the second page the heading reads "Exploitation." Below that is a list numbered one through eleven with varying titles. The third page is titled "Publicity." There is a small photo depicting a military man in a hat in the top left hand corner. The rest of the page is an article with three more small photographs in the bottom right hand corner of the page. The last page is titled "Advertising." Below the heading are four text boxes.