Washington quarterback Doug Williams was selected as the Most Valuable Player of the game, and he was the first African American quarterback to win the Super Bowl. Washington won the game 42-10.
A ticket to Super Bowl XXII between Washington and Denver played on January 31st, 1988. The ticket is for Section 40, Row 4, Seat 3 on the Press Level and has a face price of $100.00. The ticket is intact. The front has an image of a white sculptural archway with the Lombardi Trophy underneath it. In the background is an illustrated view of San Diego. The back has a map of the stadium and surrounding roads. The ticket is housed in a plastic case with a label.
A color photograph of the San Francisco 49ers sideline during the singing of the national anthem. Colin Kaepernick at center is down on knee with left elbow resting on left knee. Eric Reid, out of uniform, is to his right with brace on his right hand. Nate Boyer, on Kaepernick's left, wears dark patriotic shirt with jeans and holds hand over heart. The scene is in Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego, California, as the Chargers' fans and logos are visible within the stadium. Signed at bottom right partly over image of Kaepernick: [Coli / Kap / 7]. Repeating watermark on back of photograph reads [MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC].
Far Western Amateur Athletic Union Championship silver medal for the 100 Yard Dash event awarded to Eulace Peacock in 1935. The medal consists of a gold colored pin holding an orange ribbon attached to a silver medal. The pin is rectangular shaped with a safety closure on the back. Below the pin is an orange ribbon. It is crimped to the bar at each side. Attached to the bottom of the ribbon is a clover shaped, silver colored medal held in place with two (2) jump rings. In the center of the obverse of the medal is a relief depiction of a Greek goddess standing in three quarters profile with her proper right knee resting on a round shield decorated with a eight (8) ray sun motif. Her proper right hand is extended, holding a laurel wreath, and draped over her proper left forearm are two additional wreaths. Printed in relief around the central figure is the text [FAR WESTERN A·A·U· CHAMPIONSHIP]. The reverse of the medal has relief text near the bezel that reads, [SAN DIEGO / 1935]. Inscribed in the center of the medal is engraved text that reads [100 YD. DASH]. There is stamp on the bottom edge of the medal that reads [ALLEN / STERLING].