A black and white photograph of Public Enemy. The photograph features, from left to right, Terminator X, Flavor Flav, Chuck D, and Professor Griff. Flavor Flav and Chuck D both hold microphones near the foreground of the photograph. Terminator X stands behind turn tables in the background. Flavor Flav and Chuck D have microphones up near their faces. Professor Griff stands crossing his arms in the foreground. The back of the photograph has several Jack Mitchell stamps at center, caption information in the lower right, a photographer's note in the bottom and the number  in the bottom left.
This clock was acquired in the mid-1980s (exact date unknown) by William Jonathan Drayton Jr., professionally known as Flavor Flav. Drayton wore this clock during the late 1980s and early 1990s during performances and appearances with the group Public Enemy. Drayton said that this was most likely the first clock he wore during a performance with Public Enemy, but he couldn’t be 100% sure. He last wore it on stage while performing with Public Enemy during the NMAAHC’s grand opening concert on 09.24.2016, with the intention to donate it to the museum. .
Clock necklace worn by Flavor Flav in the late 1980s and early 1990s during performances and appearances with the group Public Enemy.
The clock is round and black with an off white face. It has rounded edges and several scratches on it. There is a small black circle on the top of the clock, made out of the same material as the body of the clock. There is a hole on either side. It has a grey rope cord through it with a knot at the top.
The face of the clock is off white and is slightly discolored. It has all twelve numbers in black ink. There are dots going around the outer edge of the face of the clock. There are bold black dots directly next to the twelve numbers, with for smaller black dots in between. There is text above the number "6" white reads [WATER / RESISTANT]. The hands of the clock are black. There is a short, thick hour hand between the "4" and "5", a longer, thinner minute hand at the "29" minute mark, and the longest, thinnest hand, the second hand, is pointing at the "3". The face of the clock is covered with a clear plastic, which has scratches and cracks in several places.
The back of the clock has four visible silver screws, two on the top and two on the bottom. There is a smaller protruding black circle in the middle of the back of the clock. It has raised text which reads [OPEN] and [CLOSE] with an arrow above the words. There are some indented grooves around the edges of the smaller circle. There is a small hole at the bottom of the clock and there is an indented circle going around the entire edge of the clock.
A tecsonic boombox with a light brown metal cover used by Public Enemy. The boombox has a handle at the top, collapsible antenna, six speakers, a radio, a double cassette player, and a number of controls. There are green and black Public Enemy stickers adhered around the left, top, and right sides. There is one sticker on each side and three on the top. All of the stickers have varying degrees of loss. Two cassette compartments marked "METAL / 4 BAND STEREO RECEIVER / DOUBLE CASSETTE PLAYER" and "5-BAND GRAPHIC EQUALIZER MX-900." The large round speaker at the bottom right has a white sticker with black and red print that says "I (heart symbol) / SOWETO / www.iluvsa.co.za / Where: CHAF - POZI / When: 3rd Saturday / of every month." There is a black label with silver text on back of speaker. It reads "TECSONIC / STEREO DOUBLE CASSETTE RECORDER / WITH 4-BAND RADIO / MODEL NO: MX-900 / AC 110/220V 50/60Hz30W / DC 15V"D"SIZE BATTERY x10PCS / MADE IN KOREA."
H x W x D: 4 × 2 1/2 × 7/16 in. (10.2 × 6.4 × 1.1 cm)
A black plastic cassette tape with white writing. Side 1: "PUBLIC ENEMY/ GIVE IT UP (MAIN VERSION) (4:44)" Side 2: "PUBLIC ENEMY/ BEDLAM 13:13 (LP VERSION) (4:13)." Also on the label is “Def Jam Recordings. BMI. 1994 Rush Associated Labels. Cassette brand: Dolby B NR HX PRO.”
L x W (L x W x Diameter x Depth): 17 x 3 7/16 x 3 7/16 x 3/8 in. (43.2 x 8.7 x 8.7 x 0.9 cm)
A black and white Public Enemy necklace. The necklace is made up of a circular medallion with a black cord. The front of medallion has a design of a target over the silhouette of a man. The medallion appears to be made of cardboard covered in a white faux leather material with black plastic lacing around the outer edge. The target, silhouette, and border on front are black plastic. Black text on back reads "Winterland / productions / ROCK EXPRESS ® / TM LA. ART/CELEBRITY T'S · HAYWARD, CA · (415) 732-0946."