A round pinback button featuring a black and white portrait of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in the center. Printed above and around in white text on blue background is [POOR PEOPLES CAMPAIGN], directly below in blue text on white background is [FOR POOR POWER]. In the center, divided by the portrait are the words ["I have a dream..."] in blue text. Below the portrait, in white text on blue background is [Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.], followed by a union printer's symbol.
Round pin-back button featuring a black and white image of Martin Luther King Jr.'s face. Black type appears on button and reads, [WE MOURN OUR LOSS/1929/1968/REV. DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING JR.] Hanging from the bottom of the button is a purple ribbon with gold type that reads, [I/HAVE/A/DREAM].
A white button with a square black and white image of Martin Luther King, Jr. King is wearing a light suit and tie and is looking to the right. Black text around the image reads: [I HAVE A DREAM / MY LIFE FOR MY BROTHERS]. There are two small stickers on the back of the button. One is round with the number  and the other is a rectangle with text that reads: [rare / MLK]. The back of the button has a metal fastener.
A white button with a black and white image of Martin Luther King, Jr. in the center. King is seen from the shoulders up and looks over his proper left shoulder into the distance. Surrounding the image, along the top and bottom is black, curved text that reads: [I'M FOR / KING'S WAY]. On reverse is a small, white, round sticker with the number . Attached to the sticker and tucked into the inside back is a scrap of white paper with writing: [A116 / $266 / AA-5]. The reverse also has a pin without a fastener.
An SCLC donation can. The can is made of tin and is wrapped in white paper. The paper has a black and white image of Martin Luther King, Jr. and Ralph David Abernathy and text that reads: [I Gave] above an address. There is a slot at the top of the can for the donations.
Framed portrait of Martin Luther King, Jr. Frame is black with gold detail surrounding the inner edge. Image shows King, Jr. in dark suit and tie. Tie is pinstriped blue and white with white polka dots. Along the bottom of the image is a small horizontal white band with black cursive text reading "We Shall Overcome". The print is covered in plastic within the frame.
A memorial pinback button with a black and white image of Martin Luther King, Jr., at center. The image is surrounded by text that reads: [I HAVE A DREAM / LET FREEDOM RING / A GREAT AMERICAN / REV. MARTIN LUTHER KING / JAN. 15, 1929 / APRIL 4, 1968]
Martin Luther King Foundation flier for the film “King: A Filmed Record… Montgomery to Memphis." The front of the flier features a black and white image of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. “KING” is printed in bold white text in the top, right corner. The back of the flier features six black and white images down the center with text on each side. The pictures depict images of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., a burning bus, a police officer, a large group of people marching, a burning cross and Klansmen, and people morning at King’s funeral. The text are reviews of the movie from various news outlets, awards the movie has won and suggested uses for the film. The flier is yellowed, creased, and torn in several places.
A small paper flag attached to a narrow, wood dowel. The flag features a graphic of Martin Luther King Jr. King is seen from the torso up, with a black suit and striped tie. Printed in a circle shape around King's head is black that reads [Martin Luther / King Jr. / 1929-1968, Nobel / Peace Prize]. The image and text is on both sides of the flag.
This poster advertises a memorial for Dr. Martin Luther King. On an off-white background is black text that reads "Mass Memorial/ Noon-Monday Apr 8/ Federal Building/ Golden Gate at Polk St./ We the people honor/ MARTIN/ LUTHER/ KING/ All black political leaders/ must be set free/ now/ Peace & Freedom Movement."