Colored Training School diploma issued to Regina Egertion Wright on June 25, 1918. This diploma was granted by the Authority of the State of Maryland and the Board of School Commissioners. Wright's years of study were from 1909 to 1911. The diploma was signed by the principal, superintendent, and president of the school as well as the mayor of Baltimore.
The diploma is matted inside a wooden frame along with a small black and white photograph of Regina Egertion Wright in a white dress holding the rolled diploma at her side.
A black and white photograph portrait of Regina Egertion Wright holding a rolled and tied diploma. She wears a light-colored dress. This photograph was originally framed with the diploma, 2011.156.15.1
This is a rectangular rug woven with burnt sienna, brown, and tan threads in a consistent geometric pattern. The central geometric design includes larger sections of tan framing a looser, open pattern of oblong shapes framed by a thick border of a tighter, square dominated geometric pattern which downplays the tan background and brings the burnt sienna to the forefront. Tan fringe edges the short sides of the rug.