Atlanta Braves "away" or "road" jersey worn by Hank Aaron during the 1968 or 1969 MLB season. Jersey is grey in color with blue and red stitched type on front and back. Type on front chest area reads, [Braves]. Type on back reads, . Patch on PR sleeve features an MLB logo with red type that reads, [100th ANNIVERSARY]. Patch on PL sleeve features an illustration of a caricatured American Indian face. Hank Aaron autograph in lower portion of jersey's front. Next to signature are several labels including a Spalding label and a size "40" label. Label with blue ink on inside of neckline reads, [44 40 68].
A 1996 Olympic torch from the Atlanta Summer Games signed on the middle handle by Muhammad Ali. The signatures reads: [Muhammad Ali / 1996] in blue marker. The torch features 22 aluminum "reeds", one for each Olympic Games up to 1996. Additionally, it features two gold plated brass rings, the first displaying the inscription: [Atlanta 1996] with the Atlanta Games emblem and the second featuring the names of the host cities of the Olympic Games of the modern era. The torch was designed to be grasped in the middle with the handle made of Georgian pecan wood.
A color photograph of Muhammad Ali holding the Olympic torch during the Opening Ceremony of the 1996 Summer Olympic Games in Atlanta, Georgia. Ali is looking off to the left of the photograph and holds the torch in his proper right hand. Above his arm, in gold ink is Ali's signature. A logo for Online Authentics is visible in the lower right hand corner.
Set of seven (7) predominantly yellow paper Olympics tickets with black, white, and green type. The center of each ticket features a quilted leaves design. The official Athletics pictogram appears in the top right corner of each ticket. Tickets are for an athletics event taking place at 6:00 PM on July 29th, 1996. The event took place at Olympic Stadium. All of the tickets are for aisle 120, row 7. Ticket's specific seats range from 106 to 112.
Olympic Spirit award, consisting of silver and gold colored metal, awarded to Carl Lewis. The trophy's top has a design resembling a horseshoe shape, with pointed tips. One of the tips is taller and thinner than the other. The base of the trophy is round and cylindrical. The trophy is supported at its center by a gold toned cylindrical piece. The plaque on the front of the trophy is shallowly etched and is very worn and tarnished.
This poster features a prominent photographed of Muhammad Ali at its center. Above and below the portrait are three lines of very large lettering which read: [IT'S YOUR FIRGHT / VOTE / IT'S THE GREATEST EQUALIZER]. Beneath the third line of text are two lines of hand written lettering in capitalized green letters which read: [Hampton Voter Registration / Place: Mercury Mall Date: Sept. 25 12:00-5:00 pm]. Beneath the hand written text is a smaller line of printed black text which reads: [The Voter Education Project, 52 Fairlie St. N.W., Atlanta, Georgia 30303 (404) 522-7495]. The poster is creased in a regular pattern that suggests it was once stored in a rolled position; the top third section of the poster's verso is browned darker than the bottom two-thirds.