A 20-page souvenir program for the 1924 World's Colored Championship baseball series. The front of the program features an illustration of two baseball players being pulled toward a large magnet that reads: [World’s Series] held by a man in a hat smoking a cigar. The cover text reads: [EAST versus WEST / FOR / World's Colored Championship / 1924 / HILLDALE / CHAMPIONS / EASTERN COLORED LEAGUE / vs / KANSAS CITY / CHAMPIONS /NEGRO NATIONAL LEAGUE / Offical [sic] Souvenir Program / PRICE, TWENTY-FIVE CENTS / LEMAITRE, PRINT.] The interior contains photos and biographies of players on both teams as well as a program for the series and blank box scores. Sections on the first page are underlined in black pen. The back cover features an advertisement for the Philadelphia Tribune. There is an inscription near the drawing of the illustrator's name.
A rectangular paper booklet of sheet music. Front cover, pink with black type, is borderd by elaborate decorations, especially in the corners, and reads [ORGANIZED A.D. 1873 / Selections of Plantation Songs / AS SUNG BY] at the top, with [THE WORLD RENOWNED / COLORED VOCALISTS / Permanent Address, Delaware, O.] vertically on the left center, and [The Famous Company / RE-ORGANIZED 1881] vertically on the right, with a black-and-white depiction of a man, J.W. Donavin, in profile in an oval shape between, with [DONAVIN'S FAMOUS TENNESSEEANS] along the bottom. Interior pages, four (4) total front and back for each, are music sheets with four staff lines on each side. Songs include "Rise! Shine! And Give God The Glory," "Steal Away To Jesus," and "Good News! The Chariot is a Coming." The first and last pages give a "Decennial Review" written by J.W. Donavin. Back cover, pink with black type, reads [F.T. EVANS. / Gas Power / BOOK & JOB PRINTER / And Binder. / Delaware, Ohio.] in the center. Handwritten in top left corner of reverse, in pencil, reads [M8020/21].