A fifteen page program for the October 17, 1967 boxing match between Tony Doyle and Joe Frazier at the Spectrum in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The cover features an illustration of an African American boxer punching a white boxer. A black and white photograph of Frazier and Doyle also appears on program cover in the lower right corner. Black type on cover's front reads: [FRAZIER VS. DOYLE / Tuesday, October 17, 1967 / Spectrum 25¢]. The Interior features several articles including: one on the Spectrum (Hal Freeman Spectrum President, Home of Big-Time Boxing); one on Doyle; and one on Frazier.
An image of Bernard Hopkins. Hopkins is featured in the center, wearing a robe with its hood up over his head. He is surrounded by unidentified men. Two of the men behind him carry World Boxing Council (WBC) champion belts.
A triangular Philadelphia Stars felt baseball pennant. The pennant is primarily made of red felt with a strip of white felt stitched to the left edge with four red tassels. There is a green, white, and orange screen-printed image of a baseball player sliding into home plate with the catcher standing behind the plate, ready to catch the baseball coming towards him. There is white text next to the image that reads "PHILADELPHIA STARS" with four white stars on either side of the word "STARS."
An image of Muhammad Ali and Joe Frazier in 2003. The two are featured next to one another in their boxing robes. Ali, left, is seated and is wearing a silk Everlast robe. Frazier, right, is standing wearing a silk robe with flowers on it. The background has a structure to make it look like they are inside a boxing ring.
An image of Willie Mays playing for the San Francisco Giants against the Philadelphia Phillies in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The image features Mays at home plate in front of the catcher, mid-swing. The background of the image shows spectators in the stands.
Philadelphia Stars button with metal pin back. The front of the button has three horizontal bands. The tope and bottom bands are red while the center band is white with red text that reads "PHILADELPHIA STARS."
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.