Hill was wounded during the assault on Ft. Wagner, South Carolina.
Cross with a disk at center (pin on reverse). Front: "E. A.HILL. 54.Ms.Vol/ Co. A" incised around top of disk above Fort Sumter flying an American flag with water in the foreground; "James Isd", “Olustee", "Darien.", "Wagner" are engraved on arms of cross (clockwise from top).
Image of an African American boy marching with a broom for a rifle at his side. Signed in the image: Th. Nast. The card appears trimmed down; caption is truncated: "The Colored Volunteer. Entered according to act of Congress, in the year 1863, by"
A bronze medal depicting Prince Hall and the style of Freemasonry he founded. The obverse features a design of three concentric circles. The innermost circle bears a likeness of Price Hall in relief around which is the text [PRINCE HALL / 1748 / 1807]. The middle ring has text along the bottom that reads [JURISDICTION]. The outer ring features text around the circumference of the medal that reads [FRDSP · MRLTY · BTHLY LVE / F. & A.M.]. The reverse bears a number of Masonic symbols such as the all-seeing eye, square & compass, and the text [UNUM CENTUM].