This dark red wool scarf was worn by Joan Mulholland during a Howard University Nonviolent Action Group protest near the White House in 1960. The rectangular scarf is made from a twill-woven fulled wool and has self fringe on each end that is approximately 2 1/2 inches long.
A silk aviator's scarf worn by Woodrow W. Crockett. The scarf is slightly yellowed and has several small brown stains throughout. One end of the scarf is stamped with faded black stenciled letters, reading [W. W. CROCKET] on the left side and [CENTURY FIGHTER] on the right side. The words appear on the same face of the scarf.