An Alpha Kappa Alpha metal members badge with a stickpin back. The badge is in the shape of an ivy leaf with a green center. The badge is outlined with small pearls. There is one diamond at the top of the badge. Gold lettering appears in the green center. It reads “A. K. A.”
An Alpha Kappa Alpha members badge with a stickpin back. The badge is in the shape of an ivy leaf with a green center. The badge is outlined with small pearls. Gold lettering appears in the green center. It reads “A. K. A.” The badge is attached to a gold chain. The chain is also decorated with pearls near the clasp.
A circular pin-back button with two ribbons for the Prince Hall Grand Lodge of Massachusetts. The circular button features a street level black-and-white image of an unidentified multi-story building. The back of the button has a gold colored metal straight pin to fasten the badge. The paper on the back of the button is printed with manufacturer's information and a union print shop symbol. Two lengths of ribbon are attached to the lower edge of the button, one (PR) blue and one (PL) purple. Each ribbon has gold printed text on it. The blue ribbon reads [VICTORY CELEBRATION / 1922] and the purple reads [PRINCE HALL GRAND LODGE / F. & A. M. / MASSACHUSETTS].
A metal badge with purple ribbon for a representative of the Prince Hall Lodge, Massachusetts. The badge has a narrow rectangular gold colored metal nameplate at the top with a stamped geometric border and slot to insert a piece of paper. The purple ribbon is looped through a bar on the back of the nameplate and sewn closed. There is a pin fastener across the back of the nameplate as well. The purple ribbon is slightly less than the width of the name plate and is printed with gold text which reads [REPRESENTATIVE / PRINCE / HALL / GRAND LODGE / F. & A.M. / Jurisdiction of / MASSACHUSETTS]. The bottom of the ribbon is cut into an inverted "V" shape, which is fraying.