A program for the Yuletide Extravaganza held by the Theodore and Bertha M. Roddey Foundation (TBRF) at the University of South Carolina at Lancaster on December 6, 2002 to celebrate the opening of the photographic exhibition: "Women of A New Tribe" which recognized visionary women who have overcome many obstacles and have helped improve the lives of others. The twelve women represented visionary women from the Foundation's service areas of Chester, York and Lancaster counties (South Carolina).
Rectangular shaped black zippered tote bag with the National Council for Black Studies logo and conference details screen-printed on the front of the bag in yellow ink. This bag was given to participants at The National Council for Black Studies, Inc.'s, 25th Anniversary International Conference that was held March 22-25, 2001 in Charlotte, North Carolina. The theme of the conference was: "Homecoming: Returning to Our African Values".
A commemorative clear plastic plaque awarded at the 25th Anniversary National Council for Black Studies Conference to members of the Council of Elders. A white sticker on the base reads: [NATHAN WINSTON / SERVICES / 217 S. SECOND ST. / DEKALB, IL 60115/ (815) 758-4545].
A gold metal bookmark given to participants at the 25th Anniversary National Council for Black Studies International Conference held March 22-25, 2001 in Charlotte, North Carolina. The bookmark has the NCBS logo etched on the left side and conference details etched in the center.
Square pin-back button featuring a black and white image of the Smithsonian Arts and Industries building. To the left of the black and white photograph is red type that reads, [THE/NATIONAL/AFRICAN/AMERICAN/MUSEUM/Is coming…]. Border of button's back has red type on all sides that reads, [DESIGNED AS THE NATION'S FIRST/MUSEUM, THE NATIONAL MUSEUM/COMPLETED 1881, RENAMED ARTS/AND INDUSTRIES BUILDING 1916].
An American Tennis Association sticker owned by Althea Gibson. The sticker is a blue and white circle and depicts the American Tennis Associations logo. “ATA” is at the top enter of the sticker. A white bird is at the center above “1916.”. Written on the bottom, outside border of the logo is “SPORTSMAN-UNITY-GOODWILL.”