A white circular button with an image of the Prince Hall Masonic Temple in Newark, New Jersey. The front of the badge features a street level black-and-white image of a four-story building at the center. Text printed in black and curving around the upper and lower edge of the button reads [PRINCE HALL MASONIC TEMPLE / NEWARK, N.J.]. There is no fastener on the back of the badge, which has a circular metal insert and blank white paper backing.
An Automobile Competition Committee for the United States/F.I.A. International License for Leonard W. Miller. Yellow plastic card with rounded edges. Blue type at top reads [AUTOMOBILE COMPETITION COMMITTEE/FOR THE UNITED STATES/Federation Internationale de l'Automobile/F.I.A. INTERNATIONAL LICENSE], with the F.I.A. logo in the left top corner. White rectangular blank with [ENTRANT] to the left, has handwritten [Leonard W. Miller] in blue ink, cursive, with [Signature] in small type below. In raised/relief black print, in bottom left corner of front, reads [E20691-75/BLACK AMERICAN RACERS/130 W. STATE ST./TRENTON, N.J./08608]. In small type on bottom right side, reads [PAT. NO. 3.034.430/LIC. NO. D.O.B./B.T. & S.S. NO./NAME/ADDRESS]. Nothing on reverse.
A copy of Newsweek magazine from the week of August 3, 1970. [Newsweek] appears in bold red letters across the top of the magazine. The cover story appears in black, blue, and yellow type on the right edge of the magazine [The / Black / Mayors / How Are / They Doing? / Newark's / Kenneth Gibson]. The cover features a photograph of Kenneth Gibson standing outdoors in a suit and tie, positioned just to the left of the text.
The cover article appears on pages 16-22. In addition to Kenneth Gibson, the article also features Mayors Carl Stokes of Cleveland, Ohio, Richard Hatcher of Gary, Indiana, and Walter E. Washington of Washington D.C. The article discusses a number of black politicians holding local office, including Richard Austin of Detroit and Maynard Jackson, Jr. of Atlanta. There is also a section dedicated to the court case involving Newark mayor Hugh J. Addonizio, Gibson's predecessor. The article was written by Assoc. Editor David M. Alpern with assistance from other staff.