One half of a U.S. Military issued tent owned by G.T. Garrison. The tent is a flat, nearly square piece of cotton cloth. Along the two sides and the upper edge there are button holes, above each of these notches are white circular bone buttons sewn to the cotton, several of which are missing. One edge has neither buttons nor notches. The side on which the buttons are stitched has [Co. I / 55th] stamped in black pigment in the lower-right quadrant. At the top in small, faded letters [H.S. McCOMB / WILMINGTON] is stamped in red pigment. The opposite side of the tent is undecorated.
A plaque presented to Eulace Peacock on November 13, 1935 by Howard High School. The wooden plaque is round with a beveled edge and two (2), interior, concentric, beveled rings painted with gold metallic paint. At the center of the plaque is hand painted gold text that reads [Presented / to / EULACE PEACOCK / of / Temple University / Nov. 13th · ‘35] and additional gold text around the edges of the plaque that reads [HOWARD HIGH SCHOOL] at the top and [8A2 CLASS] at the bottom. The back of the plaque is covered with a green paper backing and two (2) metal mounting brackets on either side of the plaque.