A black sweater with the letters ECL sewn in gold felt and positioned vertically and overlapping on the proper left side. There are six (6) black buttons going down the proper left center of the shirt. There is a small waist pocket on either side of the sweater, at the third button from the bottom. At the bottom of the sweater and each sleeve is a black cuff.
There is a tan manufacturer's label inside the sweater at the back of the neck. It has black text sewn onto it. There is a black rectangular border. There is a circle logo in the middle, splitting up the text. It is a circle with a black shape in the middle. The text reads [THE / SIGN / OF / QUALITY] and the black shape reads [M & H]. The text inside the rectangle reads [Sportsmen's Outfitters / FISHING TACKLE EXPERTS / 430 Market St. Philadelphia].
Kansas City Monarchs button with metal pin back. The front of the button has a white background with a blue line drawing of a baseball and two crossed baseball bats at top with shading at the bottom. There is blue text at the center that reads "KANSAS CITY MONARCHS."
Baltimore Elite Giants button with a metal pin back. The front of the button has a white background with a red line drawing of a baseball with shading at the bottom with red text that reads "BALTIMORE ELITE GIANTS."
A 20-page souvenir program for the 1924 World's Colored Championship baseball series. The front of the program features an illustration of two baseball players being pulled toward a large magnet that reads: [World’s Series] held by a man in a hat smoking a cigar. The cover text reads: [EAST versus WEST / FOR / World's Colored Championship / 1924 / HILLDALE / CHAMPIONS / EASTERN COLORED LEAGUE / vs / KANSAS CITY / CHAMPIONS /NEGRO NATIONAL LEAGUE / Offical [sic] Souvenir Program / PRICE, TWENTY-FIVE CENTS / LEMAITRE, PRINT.] The interior contains photos and biographies of players on both teams as well as a program for the series and blank box scores. Sections on the first page are underlined in black pen. The back cover features an advertisement for the Philadelphia Tribune. There is an inscription near the drawing of the illustrator's name.