The May 15, 1968 edition of Soul Force, the official journal of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference. The cover reads [POOR FOLKS' CAMPAIGN HITS D.C. / YOU CAN HELP / "TO MAKE THIS DREAM A REALITY"] and features an illustration by Henry Brownlee of the faces of five individuals. Stories include "Mule Train Moves Out," about travel to Washington, D.C.; "Poor People's University," about a curriculum developed for college students joining the campaign to educate on issues of poverty; and "Campaña De Los Pobres Proposito," a Spanish-language piece on goals and grievances that the Chicano movement seeks to achieve and address through participation in the Poor People's Campaign. Eight numbered pages.
A manuscript of a work, "An Outline of Resurrection City as Used," heavily notated with fiber-tip pen, blue colored pencil, and graphite pencil. The pages are single-sided with typed black ink. The work begins with three unnumbered pages followed by pages numbered 2 through 22, for a total of 25 pages. The second page, unnumbered, features a diagram of Resurrection City on the National Mall. An example of a handwritten note on the object appears on Page 2 in the left margin adjacent to underlined type and reads [WHAT DOES / THIS IMPLY / ABOUT SUCCESS OR / FAILURE OF / R. CITY?]. Handwritten comments appear in at least three separate hands: one in orange pen and occasionally in graphite, one exclusively in graphite, and one in blue colored pencil. Page 4 features an organizational chart of Resurrection City. The front cover has light damage at the corners, and pages are creased at the corners from handling.
A chromogenic print depicting a black-and-white image of four people outdoors in an open space building an A-frame structure from wooden 2x4s and plywood. The man at center, John Wiebenson, stands on a milk crate holding plywood against the 2x4 frame. Two others, faces obstructed, do the same. A fourth swings a hammer. A fifth person squats holding a camera to capture the proceedings. A final person stands with his back to the camera while looking to a piece of paper in his left hand. There are scattered trees in the background. The photograph is dry-mounted on Fome-Cor.