A steel scythe with a wood handle owned by George Madison. The scythe is made up of a metal blade attached to a curved wooden shaft called a snath. The blade is attached with a metal attachment ring, nails and wire. The snath has two wooden grips attached to it. Each grip is oriented differently.
Loveseat with late Baroque style carved wooden frame and red velvet upholstry. The loveseat has curved front legs with trifid feet and splayed back legs. The high sides have rounded front rails with carved shells at the corners and a scalloped top rail that reaches upward toward the scalloped crest rail of the seat back. The center back of the crest rail has a carved design of feathered vines along the top edge on either side of a large shell. Carved wooden panels at the interior corners where the sides meet the back have a feather vine with a shell at the top. The seat and sides, including the reverse, are upholstered in red velvet. The upholstry covers the front seat rail to approximately one inch above the scalloped wooden edge.
A program for a production of "Angel Street" performed by the Shearer Players consisting of black printed text on white paper. Liz White acted and directed in the production, which was sponsored by New York Esquires, Inc. The show's original name is "Gas Light" but is known in the United States as "Angel Street."
A black-and-white photograph of Jack's Memory Chapel, located at 639 E. Marshall Place in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The business is in a front-gabled house that has one story in the front and two or more stories in the back. The building has brick porch posts, light-colored wood siding, and a screened-in porch with a porch swing. The house number  is visible above the mailbox at the proper-left side of the photograph. At the center of the photograph, below the house's gable, is a neon sign [JACK'S MEMORY CHAPEL]. The photograph has a white border around the image with scalloped edges on all sides.
A program for the play "Angel Street" starring the Shearer Players and headlined by Liz White consisting of black printed text on white paper. The show's original name is "Gas Light" but is known in the United States as "Angel Street."
Rectangular light tan wooden table with tapered legs and an electric sewing machine. The legs have metal tips. The front side panel of the table has a grooved rectangular pattern with two drawer pulls attached to it. The proper left side panel has a hinge on the front side to allow the panel to swing out and act as a support for the lid. Two halves of two metal hinges are attached at the proper right side of the table, though the hinged lid for the top is missing. The top of the table has a rectangular piece with round edges that is cut from the top and is hinged. The black Singer brand sewing machine is hinged at the back side so it can be stored underneath the table top. The machine has gold lettering across the horizontal arm that reads "SINGER" and an applied gold-colored ovular metal plate on the upright arm with the company's logo and a rectangular metal plate with the serial number "AM523565". The machine has a light and an electrical box attached to the back of the upright arm. Two electric cords protrude from the electrical box, with one end having a two-pronged plug and the other end having a metal rectangular foot pedal.
High-backed wooden side chair with an upholstered seat and back. The chair has early Baroque ball turned front legs and straight back legs. There is a carved scallop with feathered edges at the center of the front stretcher, the side stretchers are straight and there is no rear stretcher. The crest of the seat back has a carved late Baroque style shell design at the center and two inward-facing ears on each side of the crest rail. The upholstery on the seat covers the front, side, and rear seat rails. The fabric is velvet with a striped design in red, yellow, orange, green, brown, beige, and black. The back upholstery is edged on the facing and reverse sides with blue passemenetrie with an undulating pattern.
This is a small urn with a wide rim. The rim has a raised rope pattern. The urn body narrows near the middle, with the middle portion bulges out in a narrow ring. Below the ring is a tapered base, wider at the bottom. The bottom of the urn has series of concentric rings with etched text in the center that reads "Empire/ STERLING/ WEIGHTED/ 52."