A black and white photograph of the Olympia Kunsteisstadion (also called the Olympic Eissport Zentrum) of Garmisch Partenkirchen, Germany. The front of the rink has a series of flag poles on the façade. On either side of the entrance at the corners of the building are the Olympic rings. The rink takes up the top half of the image with the parking lot on the lower half. Two cars are parked in front of the building and two men are walking away with their backs to the camera, one in the middle ground and one further away. The image has a thick white border.
This chromolithographic postcard features a color image of Tom N. Wills, a cowboy from Arizona roping a steer. Wills is on horseback and is trailing a steer. He is holding the end of a lasso with the other end around the steer's head. There are other cowboys watching on the far right of the photograph. Text in the top left corner reads [12-"Tom N. Wills of Arizona, a Great Roaper." The back of the postcard reads [POST CARD.] across the top in green text. Green text on the left edge reads [PUB. BY T.P. & CO.NY.Y MADE IN GERMANY]. Handwritten text in the top right corner reads [$250]. The number  is written under it and is circled. Handwritten text in the bottom right corner reads [K11S234].
A black ink on yellowed paper pamphlet. At center on the front cover there is a black and white photograph of a colonial governor and four chiefs. The interior consists of thirty-one pages of articles and photographs. The back cover has an illustration of a man over a globe breaking chains.