A color photograph of a framed oval portrait of Samuel M. Jackson Jr. as it is hanging on a wall. As is explained in handwriting on the photograph, the portrait is of Jackson when he was 7 weeks old. The baby is lying on a white blanket on top of a small table, with a cloth wrapped around his midsection, his arms up by his face, and he is facing the camera. The photograph is in a large wooden frame with decorative embellishments at the center left, center right, and bottom center of the frame. There is a white spot near the baby's face made from the camera flash reflecting off the glazing. The corners of this photograph are rounded.
A color photograph of the gravestone for three (3) members of the Jackson family, Samuel M. Jackson Jr. at proper left, Samuel M. Jackson at center, and Eunice Jackson at the proper right. On either side of the gravestone are memorial flower holders, holding white flowers on the proper left and yellow flowers on the proper right. The gravestone has a scrolled border along the top edge, with the family name [JACKSON] inscribed below. Underneath, there are three (3) boxes for individual names. At proper left, the text reads: [SAMUEL M. JR./ AUG. 12, 1925/ SEPT. 23, 1928]. At center, the text reads: [SAMUEL M. SR./ AUG. 4, 1894/ JAN. 13, 1975]. At proper right, the text reads: [EUNICE C./ AUG. 27, 1903].