Letter from the Anacostia Museum to Norma Sklarek. The white paper has a black printed letterhead with a sun logo on the left and text [EXHIBITS DESIGN AND PRODUCTION LABORATORY / THE ANACOSTIA NEIGHBORHOOD MUSEUM SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION]. Below this is contact information. There is a black stamp on the upper right which reads [RECEIVED / AUG 13 1982 / WELTON BECKET ASSOCIATES]. The letter is addressed to Sklarek and begins [Thank you so very much for your prompt reply…]. The letter discusses the revision of an exhibit titled “Black Women: Achievements Against the Odds” and requests a photograph of Sklarek at work for inclusion. The reverse is blank.
A color photograph of Norma Sklarek with Los Angeles mayor Tom Bradley. Sklarek, Bradley, and an unidentified man are in the center of the image. There are unidentified people standing in the background. Sklarek, on the left side, is in profile and wearing a blue top with various patches. Bradley is in the center, facing toward Sklarek. He is wearing a suit, striped tie, and white pinback button reading [NOBODY SERVES REPUBLIC LIKE REPUBLIC EMPLOYEES]. An unidentified man wearing a LAX badge and a plaid shirt is looking at the camera. The reverse has a back print for [FUJICOLOR / PAPER].
Business card for the architect Norma Sklarek. The white card has black printed text. The top half of the card reads [NORMA SKLAREK, F.A.I.A. / ARCHITECT]. An address in Pacific Palisades, California and a telephone and fax number are printed at the center bottom. The reverse is blank. The [F.A.I.A.] on the card designates Sklarek as a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects.
A color photograph of the South Central LA multi-service center. The building is in the center of the image. The front has large central windows and a sloped roof. Above the entrance, there is a sign for [SOUTH CENTRAL LOS ANGELES / MULTISERVICE & CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER]. A few groups of individuals are standing on the sidewalk in front of the building. One side of the building is visible behind a chain link fence on the right side. The photograph has a repeating back print.