A program printed on white paper with black ink. The program is made up of a folded piece of paper making four pages including the front and back pages. Printed at the top of the front page is "Seventh Province Annual Field Days Monroe Kounty." Song lyrics are printed on the rest of the program. Included songs are America, Star-Spangled Banner, Nearer My God to Thee, Onward Valiant Klansmen, Bright Fiery Cross, The Mystic City, Battle Hymn of the Republic, Rock of Ages, Our Mothers of Liberty.
Sheet music for the song "The Bright Fiery Cross" by Alvia O. Deree and George Bennard. The sheet music has two pages and is printed on white paper with blue, red and black ink. The front cover features a red cross surrounded by Klu Klux Klan members in white robes and hoods at center. Written in bold white text is “THE BRIGHT FIERY CROSS / By / Alvia O. DeRee” at top and “OUR SONG / Price 60¢.” The back of the sheet music features an advertisement for a phonographic recording of the song.
Sheet music for the song " Ku Klux Kismet" by Mary Gue. The sheet music has four pages and is printed on white paper with black and red ink. The front cover features an image of a Ku Klux Klan member riding a horse and holding an American flag in his right, outstretched hand. His other hand is holding the reigns of the horse. Both the rider and the horse are wearing robes and hoods with KKK symbols on it. Another KKK member is on the right side of the cover holding a flaming cross. Printed at the top of the cover is “Ku Klux Kismet / MARCH.” At the top right corner of the cover is “MUSIC BY / MARY GUE / ARRANGED BY / WALTER ARDRELL RIGGS.” Printed at the bottom left corner is “PRICE 60 CENTS” and “PUBLISHED BY / WALTER ARDRELL RIGGS / ARANSAS PASS, TEXAS.” The printed words and image are printed with red ink. The back cover of the sheet music is blank.
A black-and-white real photograph postcard of the blues singer and vaudeville performer Ida Cox. This is a full-length photograph of Cox, who is standing and looking straight towards the camera. Cox is wearing a brimmed hat trimmed with plumed, dark-colored feathers, a dark, 2-button overcoat with fur collar and cuffs, a dark-colored blouse or dress, and light-colored shoes. She is wearing light-colored gloves, and is holding a light-colored knitted purse in her right hand. Cox stands in front of a building with wood siding that has stone foundation pillars and a wooden porch. On the porch is a wooden rocking chair. On the verso is standard printed language indicating that this is a printed post card, with [POST CARD] printed vertically along the proper-right side, followed by [CORRESPONDENCE HERE], a center line, [PLACE/ STAMP/ HERE] and [NAME AND ADDRESS HERE].