The tan necktie with brown stripes is lined with silk-like textile and thicker white woven textile. A stylized brown embroidered “P” is present on the bottom of the tie. The white woven textile liner is relatively thick and is not immediately visible as it is wrapped in the outer tie material, but the lighter weight silk-like liner is visible on the bottom verso of the tie. Black text on the silk-like liner reads “Pierre CARDIN”.
The 45rpm 7” record features parts one and two of the song “The Life Story of Madame Bethune” as performed by Otis Jackson and backed by the Dixie Hummingbirds. The record has a black paper label with silver lettering. The label has the Peacock Records logo along the top of the label and the artist and song title listed along the bottom of the label. Wrapped around the edge of the lower half of the label is the Peacock Records address. A horizontal band across the center has text indicating that the record is to be played at 45 rpm and lists the publishing company. The record was originally housed in a white paper sleeve with a musical score design circumambulating the center hole. A Philadelphia phone number is listed on the recto LR corner in blue ink.
A black and white silver gelatin photograph of Ira Tucker and his daughters. The man is seated in a chair on the left and is wearing a light colored button down shirt, plaid cuffed shorts, and wingtip shoes. There is a young girl with glasses and a light colored dress sitting on the left arm of his chair. Another young girl wearing a light dress is seated on a striped ottoman on the right. The figures are seated in a carpeted room with a leaf patterned wallpaper and a lamp on the right side. On the back is the photographer's stamp and a stamped date. Below, in pencil, are three lines reading [Sandra / Linda / [illegible]].