Steel helmet with leather chin strap and headband. The exterior circumference of the headband fits inside of the helmet and is made of leather. There are slits every inch, in which cylindrical beads are inserted. The top portion is lined with a white burlap material and netting. The interior is lined with a shiny black fabric.
A black and white photograph of Peter L. Robinson, Sr. in uniform. Robinson is depicted in salute in front of the exterior of a building. His rifle is to his right, propped against the building. In the lower left of the photograph [Photo by Santee KC MO] is visible in white.
A 92nd Infantry Division insignia shoulder patch. The circular patch is hand sewn into a square swatch of army green fabric. The embroidered insignia consists of a navy blue buffalo with its head facing towards the viewer embroidered on a grey background encircled with a 3/16th of an inch navy blue border. The right top corner has the number "92" written in what appears to be black ink.
An undated stereograph produced by the Keystone View Company of an outdoor military scene titled: "(30) 19118 Uncle Sam Provides for Comfort of His Soldiers. Colored Troops En Route to France Taking Train Rest at Railway Division Point", below image. The stereograph is rectangular in shape with two identical albumen photographs that are square-shaped with a curved top edge attached to a piece of gray cardboard. Both images feature a large group of African American soldiers in a military formation waiting at a train depot. The left edge of the stereograph contains the following textual information: "Keystone View Company/ Manufacturers/ Publishers/ COPYRIGHTED/ MADE IN U.S.A." while the right side contains the following textual information: "Meadsville, Pa./ New York, N.Y./ Portland, Oregon/ London, Eng./ Sydney, Aus.". The back of the stereograph contains a long narrative text describing the scene in the photograph.