Length of printed textile by Vlisco customized with added printed graphic portraits of Barack Obama. The fabric features a white ground with an abstract design in tones of blues with teal and olive. There are three (3) rows all the same, but with the top and bottom rows having olive details and the middle row having teal details. The design is a very large scale pattern of diamonds set horizontally in a row, the corners covered by large abstract flowers printed in tones of blue that connect the diamonds together on all sides to create a grid. The diamonds are shell-like, with undulating borders in dark blue and are infilled with thin dark blue undulating lines and a pebbled batik technique. The top and bottom rows have the olive batik and the middle row has the teal batik. There are partials of the pattern with the teal batik near the selvedge at both ends as well. The white spaces between the batik filled shell-like diamonds are also shaped like diamonds with the corners covered by the stylized flowers, and are also filled in with thin dark blue undulating lines. An oval-framed portrait of Barack Obama is custom printed in black and white onto the manufactured printed fabric. Text inside the frame reads "BLACK PRESIDENT'S DAY FEBRUARY 21, 2011 / BARACK OBAMA 44TH PRESIDENT OF TEH U.S.A." The added prints are placed on top of the olive and teal filled shell-like diamonds in an alternating pattern so that there are two (2) portraits stacked vertically in the top and bottom row of olive diamonds with the teal diamond in the middle between them left blank. In the next column, the olive diamonds are blank and the teal diamond contains the added printed portrait of Obama. Manufacturer's information is printed on both selvedges that reads in repetition "GUARANTEED DUTCH WAX VLISCO *SUPER-WAX* A1094 *SUPER-WAX".
Handwritten poster from the 2017 Women’s March on Washington with a cardboard handle. The white poster has black text which reads [W?MEN’S / RIGHTS / TRANSCEND / B?RDERS]. At the bottom are hand drawn flags for Canada and the Netherlands with text for [ON THE MARCH]. Both sides of the poster have the same message.
I.A.C. second place medal for the 100 Meter event awarded to Eulace Peacock on August 12, 1934. The medal is round, bronze colored, and has a bezel attached to a jump ring. The obverse of the medal has a relief depiction of the Olympic Stadium in Amsterdam. Several rows of stadium seating are visible along the bottom edge. The lattice frame of the stadium’s roof and a row of four (4) flags are also visible. In the background. Behind the stadium is Marathon Tower; a tall, thin tower with a large cauldron at the top and a lit Olympic flame. Smoke billows from the flame. On the reverse of the medal is stamped text that reads [I.A.C. / 1934 / 100 M. / 2e PRiJS] centered near the top. Below is a relief image of a crown and blank shield with laurel leaf embellishments on either side of the shield. Relief letters [B] and [O] are printed at the base of either laurel leaf branch, below the crown and shield emblem.
A paper pass in a plastic sleeve attached to a cloth lanyard by a clip. The paper is blue with blue and black ink. A white adhesive label, laser-printed, is affixed to the center portion of the badge with the excess wrapped around to the back. At the bottom of the badge several restrictions are listed.The badge is attached to a finely-woven cloth lanyard.