A black-and-white photograph of B. J. Daniels wearing white gloves, a black robe and white face paint. He is standing with his right side facing the camera and has his hands outstretched and is looking down at them. Several men and women are seated in the background. No inscriptions on the front or back.
A black-and-white photograph of Washington D.C. public high school naval cadets dancing on the south mall near the White House. The cadets are dressed in uniform. They are outside with non-uniformed people looking on in the background. The photograph is stamped on the back.
A black-and-white photograph of two men sitting on a brick wall playing chess. The man on the right is leaning forward, over the chess board, on his left elbow. A third man is looking between the leaning man's arm. The man on the left is laughing. Two women are standing behind them smiling. A girl is leaning against a light post in the background. A city street is also seen in the background. The photograph is stamped and inscribed on the back.
A black-and-white photograph of H.D. Woodson High School drum major Victor Fuller doing a 360 degree flip during the 25th anniversary of Brown versus Board of Education victory march to the U.S. Capitol. The photograph is stamped on the back.
A United Golf Association "Amateur Women Championship Flight Winner" trophy won by Ethel Funches in 1968.
2015.249.1a: The trophy is made of metal, probably an alloy painted to look like gold. It is on top of a 5" dark brown wooden square base which is on top of a 3/4" thick flat wooden base. The trophy is a gold cup style. There is a circular base with a textured edge. The column is rounded at the bottom, gets thinner at the top, and ends in a sphere-like shape. The column has a ribbed texture. On top of the column is the main cup part of the trophy. It has a handle on each side that is shaped like a wreath. On top of the cup there is a base with two wing designs and a fleur-de-lis in the middle. At the top of the trophy, there is a figure of a female golfer. Her hair is pulled back and she is wearing a short sleeve blouse and a skirt that falls just below the knee. Her feet are turned and her arms are back as if she is about to swing a golf club. However, the golf club appears to be missing.
2015.249.1b: The plate for the front of trophy is a silver colored metal. At the top there is a logo which reads "United Golf Association 1968". The following words are under the logo- "AMATEUR WOMEN / CHAMPIONSHIP FLIGHT WINNER / FALSTAFF BREWING CO." There are no words on the back of the plate. The front of the plate has a reflective surface.
A single seat from Griffith Stadium in Washington, D.C. The seat is wood and metal painted blue, with remnants of green underneath. There is a brass plaque mounted on center of interior seat backing that reads: [GRIFFITH STADIUM / 1920-1961 / HOME OF THE WASHINGTON / SENATORS]. The proper right leg has text imprinted into it that reads: [PAT. NO 2246160 / MADE / IN / U.S.A.]. The proper left leg has text imprinted into it that reads: [3490 / X / LEV].