A glass paperweight featuring a black and white photograph of a church and a cameo-sized portrait of Pastor W. Jefferson Moore in the upper right hand corner. Black type around the photographs reads: [MT. ZION M. E. CHURCH, Magnolia, N.J. / ERECTED, 1903] and [REV. W. JEFFERSON MOORE, Pastor]. The outer edge of the glass is beveled.
A trophy awarded to Carl Lewis featuring a male figure on top of a wooden base. The figure is gold toned and in a running pose and sits on a wooden cube with an inscribed plaque attached to its front. The black plaque is etched with gold type. It is not fixed to the base and sits in its slot quite loosely. The base is hollow.
This photograph (.1) and program (.2) featuring the same photograph depict Rev. John B. Randolph and the Mt. Olivet Baptist Church in Haddonfield, New Jersey. The photograph shows Randolph standing in front of a studio backdrop of a column and flowers. He wears a dark-colored three-piece suit, a dark bowtie, a pocket watch, and holds a key in his right hand. His right arm is bent at the elbow and he stands with his body turned to the left but his face directly at the camera. On the reverse a handwritten inscription erroneously identifies him as Rev. Theodore O. Randolph.
The program (.2) features a print of the same photograph at the center front with text above and below, including his correct name identified in type below the photograph. The interior pages of the program contain the schedule of events for October 25, 1925, celebrating the remodeling of the church. A print of a drawing of the church on the back page indicates a "new cornice" and a "future spire." The program is printed all in black, and is formed from a single sheet of paper folded in half vertically to make four pages.
Two vinyl records (2012.65ab) encased in paper inside housing. The cover (2012.65c) is blue with a red binding and reads: [Ballad for Americans, Paul Robeson, Bass] in black letters over a red and white striped feature surrounding a black and white photograph of Robeson. The inside cover has three photographs and information about the Ballad for Americans. The back cover continues information about the making of Ballad for Americans and provides two more photographs. Both records have Victor labels with track information, manufacturing information, and the Victor logo.