A program from the interment services for Joe Louis. The program is printed in brown ink on tan paper. The front page features a bust portrait of Joe Lewis wearing a suit jacket, dress shirt, and neck tie. Text above and below the image reads [Internment [sic] Services / for / Joe Louis / (Barrow) / May 13, 1914 - April 12, 1981 / ARLINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY / Fort Meyers Memorial Chapel / Arlington, Virginia / Officiant / THE REVEREND GENE EWING]. The obituary by Ella Kay Mays is printed on the second page, the order of ceremonies on the third page, and honorary pallbearers and quotes about Louis on the back page. The program is two (2) pages with a front and back cover.
A photographic postcard a female performer in costume at Club Savannah. The woman is depicted standing in three quarters profile on a stage, with her head turned towards the viewer, and her left foot is extended in front of her. She is wearing a pink bathing suit style costume with large pink feathers in her hair, and white, elbow length gloves. Her proper left arm is extended upwards and her proper right arm down and outward. She is holding the sides of a pink sheer cape so that the fabric is displayed. Behind her is a tan curtain with the word [Savannah[?]] embroidered in red sequins over the curtain. On the back, text along the top edge reads [“A SAVANNAH PEACH” / appearing nightly / CLUB SAVANNAH / Greenwich Village, N.Y.C.]. Printed in the bottom left corner and down the middle is information about the photographer and printer. In the text box on the left is an inscription in blue ink that reads, [To Maggie: - / My most warmest / and Sincerest to a “most / personable Lady” My / Love to you always. / Sincerely / Pat Lumen[?] / (Mc Cealla[?])]. The postcard is addressed on the right side, [Dearest Maggie / Happiness Street / Love Always, N.Y. / xxxxxx (Kisses)].