A reproduced black and white image of Clifton Cushman, Glenn Davis, and Dick Howard on the medals podium after receiving their medals for the 400 Meter Men's Hurdles finals at the 1960 Summer Olympics in Rome. Cushman (silver) stands on the far left and leans in toward the other two, Davis (gold) stands in the middle and is raised above the other two on his platform. Howard (bronze) stands on the lowest platform on the far right. The three men stand facing the camera with their hands stacked one on top of the other in the middle of the image. All three wear dark colored track uniforms with the word [USA] on the front. The image is bordered by a narrow white edge. On the far left is a vertical line of text naming the men in the photo. In pen along the bottom are the medal awards for each person and stamped at the top in black ink is a date.
A color postcard of the Olympic Stadium in Rome. The postcard shows the city from the perspective of the hills to the west of the stadium. Behind the stadium, which takes up most of the foreground, is an eastern looking view of northwestern Rome. The city takes up the bottom two thirds of the image with the sky in the top third. On the left side and along the bottom are hills and foliage. In the bottom left corner in white script is [Roma Stadio Olimpico].
A color photograph of the Opening Ceremonies of the Olympics in Rome in 1960. In the center of the image is a large track and field filled with uniformed people wearing white pants and dark jackets. Surrounding the track are stands filled with spectators. In the background at the top forth is a large hill covered in trees. Along the bottom, below the image, are the Olympic logo, title, and date. The logo is in the lower left corner is a black graphic and features the Olympic rings capped with a statue of the Capitoline Wolf and the date in Roman numerals. The image is bordered by a white edge that is thicker along the bottom.