The Swedish Red Cross Medal of Honor presented to Mattiwilda Dobbs by Queen consort Louise in1957. The medal has a red and white ribbon tied in a bow at the top. A small metal ring connects the bow to the round medal. The medal has depictions on both sides. One side has three crowns over a cross. Lettering around the interior edge reads: SVENSKA / RODA / KORSET. The other side of the medal features a depiction of a person wearing a cape holding the back and arm of another person. Small writing on the interior edge reads: CARITAS. A leaf like patter circles around the outer edge on both sides of the medal.
This poster advertises Lena Horne's appearance at the Olympia Music Hall in Paris, France from August 23 to September 11. The poster is has a green background with white, green and purple text against contrasting color fields. Across the top margin is text that reads "L'Olympia/ votre Music-Hall!" in white lettering against a purple oval. Beneath is a large purple rectangle with white text that reads "La Grande Vedette Internationale/ LENA/ HORNE." There is a white margin around the poster's edge.
Typed "Mozart" Travel Permit for Hall Johnson issued by Harry R. Swanson, U.S. Civilian Chief of the Travel Branch. The permit allows Hall Johnson to travel on the US Military Duty Train "Mozart" to or from Vienna from September 28th, 1951 to October 8th, 1951. The document is double sided. The front side has Hall Johnson's information, the back side has a list of rules relating to travel on the "Mozart."