H x W (Closed): 6 1/16 × 4 13/16 × 1/8 in. (15.4 × 12.2 × 0.3 cm)
H x W (Open): 6 1/16 × 9 5/8 × 1/16 in. (15.4 × 24.4 × 0.2 cm)
A photograph folder. The cardboard folder holds a black-and-white photograph (2013.46.25.264.1). The front and back of the folder is reddish brown with a faux linen finish and is held together with two (2) staples holding the frame in place. Both covers are blank. The interior pages are cream colored. The black-and-white photograph is housed on the right interior page of the folder, in a paper frame. The left interior page is blank. On the top edge of the interior frame is text handwritten in black ink that reads, [Beverley / Aadland / & Errol / Flynn].
Standard police-issued chain style handcuffs. The handcuffs are made of nickel and consist of two locking bracelets linked by a short chain. Embossed on the base of each bracelet is [HIATTS / MADE IN / ENGLAND]. Etched on the side of each bracelet is [CROWLEY].
A hand painted wood segregation sign. The sign is painted with a whitewash background which has thinned with age. In large 3-1/2 inch hand painted lettering, in dark blue paint, the piece reads: [COLORED SECTION.] The board retains two pencil lines used to guide the lettering. The back has only the whitewash, now with a slight green hue from age. There are eye screws on the top and bottom of the sign.
A hand painted wood segregation sign. The sign is painted with a whitewash background which has thinned with age. The board is missing a piece at the bottom. The lettering is hand painted, in dark blue paint with the words: [PINE BLUFF] on the first line. The second line has lettering that has been broken off on the lower half. The words mostly likely are: [SECTION]. There are eye screws on the top of the sign.
A red plastic fan rake with a wood handle used in clean up efforts after the Baltimore riots in 2015. The wood handle inserts into the plastic head of the rake. the tines are curved. A label is still adhered to the head.
The front of the coin features a white woman in profile wearing the headdress of a Native American man. Small text follows the circumference of the coin; to the image's left it reads [UNITED STATES] and to the right of the image it reads [OF AMERICA]. Below the image is the mint year . On the reverse of the coin is the denomination [ONE CENT] encircled with an oak wreath with a striped shield at the top apex of the design.