Phi Beta Sigma fraternity pin from the Epsilon Alpha Chapter at Dillard Univerisity, New Orleans. This gold-colored metal pin has a two-tiered design, with the Greek letter Phi (F) centered atop the letters Beta (B) and Sigma (S). Phi is set with twelve round, white pearls. The back has lettering inscribed across the top reads "E.M. - E.A." Lettering inscribed across the bottom reads "10K" and "12-10-53." This piece has a diagonal bar pin across the back.
A gold chain bracelet with two charms. One of the charms, made ca. 1934 by unidentified, was awarded to Henrietta Bell Wells. It has a cross emblem in the middle surrounded with a wreath around the edges, with etched text on the cross. One side has Greek letters at the top and the following text: [Col. / Chas. E Young / Service / Award / '34]. The other side has [HB] etched in elaborate type on one side with the back of the wreath like motif around the edge. The other charm is circular, gold Bojar charm with  in relief with etched text: [12K G F / BOJAR] on one side, and [DSJ] in elaborate script on the other side, with a rope like spiral around the edges, on both sides. The chain is made of interlocking loops, with a fold-over clasp. There is a smaller chain connected to both ends of the clasp, made of smaller interlocking loops. The chain is a Monet chain.
Woman’s wrist watch worn by Harriette Vyda Sims Moore. The watch has a gold-colored face with black hour and minute hands and black numerals, some of which are partially worn away. Under the numeral six is the word "Swiss." The watch is housed in an eight sided watch case, also of a gold colored metal. Both the face and the case have swirling floral designs engraved on them. The two lugs on either side that attach the strap to the case are made of a dark brassy colored metal. They attach to two silver colored rings that make up the ends of the watch band. The band itself is a silver colored metal and has no clasp as it is a stretch band. It is possibly not contemporary to the watch itself. The back of the watch case has a decorative floral band around the edge. The center is plain, with numerous scratches. The crystal (glass) is missing.