Receipt for ten dollars from Lucille Brown, signed by Annie Malone for a diploma for Ida Miller Kennedy. In the upper right corner is the number "51" printed in blue. In the upper left corner is a blank for the amount listed, which is filled in with ink "$10/00." The receipt reads "2-28-1919/ Received from Mrs. Lucile Brown/ Ten Dollars./ For Diploma for Mrs. Ida Miller C. Kennedy/ Annie M. Malone,/ (illegible)." Stamped across the lower left quadrant diagonally are the words "Department (illegible)."
This is a contract for the Poro College Company regarding the instruction of treating the scalp and hair. Fourteen conditions are included in the contract regarding the correct use for Poro instruction method, the cost of taking the course, and the sharing of the instruction method, and the establishment of a Poro agency within the city of the pupil upon graduation. The last page of the contract is signed by Lucille Brown as the agent and witnessed by Mr. Elder Brown of Weir, Mississippi, as well as an illegible signature of Ackerman, Mississippi. Mrs. Ida Miller C. Kennedy signed as a pupil. The contract is signed on March 7, 1919. The center front cover has ""Poro" College Company/ Annie M. Pope-Turnbo Malone/ Founder" in black text. For all signatures and inscriptions, please see Inscription fields on the Other tabs.