A commemorative medal for the 100th anniversary of the Prince Hall Grand Lodge of New Jersey. The medal is circular and bronze colored with a bar at the top where a purple ribbon has been looped through. The ribbon is also looped through a pinback clasp. The front of the medal is decorated with two concentric circles. The inner circle features raised masonic symbols, including the compass, seeing eye, and columns. The outer circle features raised text reading [PRINCE HALL GRAND LODGE F. & A.M. / STATE OF NEW JERSEY]. The back of the medal is smooth with raised lettering reading [100TH / ANNIVERSARY / 1848-1948 / BURLINGTON, N.J. / JUNE 12TH] and a small manufacturer's mark along the bottom face.
A letterman patch in the shape of the letter 'W' commemorating the Lockland Wayne High School 1952 Class B State Champion basketball team. Patch is gold yarn on blue felt backing and features [State Champs '52] stitched in blue across the center. Above is is a basketball, and at top left is three half-chevrons.
A letterman patch in the shape of the letter 'W' commemorating the Lockland Wayne High School state champion basketball team. Patch is gold yarn on blue felt backing and features [1955 / State Champs] stitched in blue across the center. Above is at the central peak of the 'W' is a basketball, and at top left is a single horizontal blue line.
A dark blue badge with a metal badge attached with the word: MEMBER. It states that the person possessing this badge is a member of the Deborah Chapter No. 15 O.E.S. with the insigna of the Order of the Eastern Star at the bottom. The reverse of this badge consists of a striped rainbow colored peice of fabric.
The Order of the Eastern Star, est. in 1850, is a fraternal organization that both men and women can join. It is based on teachings from the Bible but is open to people of all theistic beliefs. Members of the Order are aged 18 and older; women must have specific relationships with Masons.