An engraved Rockford silver-plated trophy cup with three horn handles. The cup has etching on one side. The etching indicates that this cup served as the first place prize awarded on August 8, 1907. The cup has decorative filigree on the top, at the handles, and the base. The three horn handles protrude at the top and narrow at the bottom.
A wooden four poster bed frame with head board and foot board. The side rails screw into the frame providing greater strength and limited hiding places for vermin. This type of frame is known as the "Boyd Bedstead."
A certificate of endowment made out to Edgar Leroy Boyd by the Mutual Endowment Association of the District Grand Lodge of Ohio of the Grand United Order of Odd Fellows. A foil seal is affixed to the document in the bottom left. The certificate has red and black print as well has red and black handwriting.
A photographic postcard of an unidentified woman standing in a wooded area. She is featured standing, facing the camera, and looking to the right of the photograph. She is wearing a long skirt and shirt with a large hat on. The back of the photographic postcard is unused and has [POST CARD] printed in black at the top and blank spaces for [CORRESPONDENCE] and [NAME AND ADDRESS]. In the upper right corner there is a [CYKO] stamp. The back also has printed information about the manufacturer of the postcard.
A black and white photograph of the Oberlin Academy Preparatory School Class of 1892. There are three (3) rows of students. The first row is one (1) girl in a white dress. Her hair is pulled back and she has curls in the front. She appears to be kneeling on the ground.
The middle row contains four (4) girls in white dresses. They are sitting down. The girl on the far proper right side has her hair pulled back with curls in the front. The girl to her left has curly hair which is also pulled back. The two girls to her left do not have curls, but their hair is pulled back with a bow.
The back row contains six (6) students. Three girls in white dresses and three boys in black suits. The boy in the middle is also wearing a black tie. There are two (2) girls on the proper right side. They have their hair pulled back with curls in the front. Eva Dyson is the female student on the proper left side. Her hair is pulled back as well. The boy to her right is wearing glasses.
The photo was taken in an interior setting. A rug, a chair, and some plants can be seen. All of the students are holding what appears to be a diploma in their hands. The photograph is mounted on a black board. The board appears to be marbled because of age and some of the corners are torn.
The image appears to have yellowed with age.
There are some spots on the back of the board. There is also a diagonal white label on the proper left side of the board. It reads [1892 Graduation/10.- DC] in pencil.
2013.46.29.121a: A black and white photograph of an unidentified woman. The woman is posed facing the left side of the photograph. Her head is turned toward the camera. She is wearing a dark dress and a long light colored necklace. The photograph is mounted in a black paper frame (2013.46.29.121b) and has a black paper cover (2013.46.29.121c)
2013.46.29.121b: A black paper photograph mount. The back of the mount is blank.
2013.46.29.121c: A black paper photograph cover. The cover has an inscription on the interior right flap that reads: [THE NORTHLAND STUDIO / CHICAGO / DETROIT / TOLEDO / CLEVELAND / PITTSBURGH / INDIANAPOLIS]. The back of the cover is blank.
Black and white photograph of the Scott family home in Oberlin, Ohio. The two-storied, two-chimney, brick house has a covered portico that wraps that runs the length of the front of the house. There are two men are standing on the portico. One man, wearing a dark suit and white shirt, is facing the camera. To his right is another man, standing in profile, looking towards his right. There are three trees, a grass lawn and a sidewalk visible in the foreground and another house visible on the right of the photograph in the background. The photograph has been cut and torn into an irregular rectangular shape. A handwritten note on the back in black ink identifies the subjects, location and date.