Carte-de-visite of Mary Ann Donaldson shown in half portrait. She is turned one quarter to her left and looks off frame. Her hair is parted at the center and smoothed down to just above her ears where it is curled in ringlets. She wears a white lace cap with lace tails and black rosettes at the ears on the back part of her head. She has on a dark colored bodice and a white lace collar. Printed below the image is the text "JULIUS ULKE, WASH., D.C.".
There is a mark for Julius Ulke on the back of the photograph.
The photograph is housed in the album 2017.30. The album page has a triple-lined, gold border framing the print. Handwritten in graphite on the album page below the printed frame of the window is the text "Miss Donaldson of Washington."
Carte-de-visite of Walter W. Johnson shown in half portrait. Johnson is turned one quarter to his right and looks off camera. His hair is moderately long and wavy and he has a full beard and mustache. His cheeks are tinted pink. He wears a dark jacket with wide notched lapels, a dark vest, a white shirt, and a dark bowtie. The bottom portion of the image is purposefully faded in the popular style of the time.
Handwritten in graphite at the bottom of the print is the text "Walter W. Johnson / killed by falling down the / shaft of a mine in Va. 25 Jan. / 1879". There is a mark for Henry Ulke on the back of the print.
The photograph is housed in the album 2017.30. The album page has a triple-lined, gold border framing the print.
A sterograph produced by C. W. Woodward, date unknown, of an outdoor scene titled: "1482. Howard University, Washington City, D.C." below the image. The stereograph is rectangular in shape with two identical albumen photographs that are square-shaped attached to a piece of cardboard. Both images feature a stately University building in the background with a large group of African American men and women in the foreground standing or lounging on the lawn. The left edge of the stereograph contains the following textual information inside a decorative banner: "C.W. Woodward, Rochester, N.Y." while the right side contains the following: "Washington City, D.C." inside a decorative banner.