A tambourine used on-stage during "Baby I'm A Star" at one of seven Wembley Stadium performances during the 1990 Nude Tour. The tambourine has a black frame and head with gold tone rim and the Love symbol in gold painted on the head.
Collection of the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture
Full score for the opera, "The Song of Hiawatha Op. 30", written by the Anglo-African composer, Samuel Coleridge-Taylor. "The Song of Hiawatha Op. 30" is a trilogy of cantatas by Samuel Coleridge-Taylor, produced between 1898 and 1900, which included "Hiawatha's Wedding Feast", "The Death of Minnehaha", and "Hiawatha's Departure". The first part, "Hiawatha's Wedding Feast", was particularly famous for many years and it made the composer's name known throughout the world.
A birth certificate for Richard Walters (Slick Rick) dated January 19, 1965. The certificate is oriented horizontally with red ink printed on a white background. The registration fields are filled out with handwritten black ink: "478 / Fourteenth / January / 1965 / Wilson / Hosptial / [illegible] / Ricky / Martin / Lloyd / Boy / Mellton / Lloyd / Walters / Veronica / [illegible] / Walters / formerly / Hyman / of 3 Durnsford / Court / Wimbledon / [illegible] 9 / Metal / trimmer / (foundry). / V. L. Walters / Mother / 3 Durnsford / Court/ [illegible] 9 / Nineteenth / January / 1965 / Moleman / Deputy."