An Alpha Kappa Alpha metal lapel pin. The pin is in the shape of an ivy leaf with a green center. A gold colored metal circle surrounds the leaf. The leaf is outlined with small pearls. Gold lettering appears in the green center. It reads “A. K. A.”
This white plaster model of the conjoined brains of Ladan and Lalah Bijani was used by Dr. Ben Carson. The veins in the brain are highlighted in a contrasting light blue-green color. Two (2) small holes are drilled into the bottom so the model can be mounted on a stand.
Ebony magazine, Volume LX, Number 12. This edition honors the life of John H. Johnson, the founder of Johnson Publishing Company, publisher of Ebony magazine. The front cover features a photographic portrait of Johnson. Johnson stands with his forearms resting on the back of an orange-red upholstered chair, looking at the camera. He is wearing a blue-gray suit, white shirt, and a red patterned tie. His hands are clasped in front of him and a gold cuff link can be seen on his proper left sleeve. Johnson stands in front of a blurry brown background. Behind his head, in the upper left corner, the publication mast head, a red partially obscured banner, outlined in white with white block lettering that reads: [EBONY] with the letters [NY] completely obscured. Over Johnson's chest, in the center of the front cover, is the main cover line in white text that reads [Celebrating / The Life / And Legacy Of / John H. Johnson / 1918-2005]. In the lower left corner is a white rectangle with a barcode. Below the rectangle is the publication website in white text [www.ebony.com]. In the lower right corner, in dark yellow text, is the publication date and price: [OCTOBER 2005 / USA $3.50 / CANADA $4.99]. Below the price is the publisher information [A JOHNSON PUBLICATION]. The back cover of the magazine features a full length Chevrolet advertisement for the Cobalt SS. The advertisement features three images: a red landscape with a blue road in the top left corner, the silver colored [SS] car emblem in the top right corner, and the car against a blue background on the bottom. There are 217 (two hundred and seventeen) interior pages with color and black-and-white images.