A book by Nick Aaron Ford titled "Black Studies: Threat or Challenge?" published in Port Washington, New York by the National University Publications Kennikat Press in 1973. The book is signed by the author and dated [To Syl Shannon Sincerely Nick Aaron Ford 3/19/1975]. The book cover features a large red question mark with text on top of it, over a white background. Black text in the bottom portion of the cover reads: [Nick Aaron Ford / Black Studies / Threat or Challenge? / An Eminent Educator's Analysis and Recommendations]. The book has 217 pages and contains information and an analysis of Black Studies as a field of education. The back cover features a photograph and brief biography of Ford, as well as, publishing information.
A class photo album made for a Booker T. Washington High School reunion in Tulsa, Oklahoma, held July 20 - 23, 1978, for classes 1916 through the 1920s. The album consists of twenty-eight (28) photocopied pages of black ink printed on white paper and is bound with a light brown paper cover and green cloth binding tape. The cover features handlettered text, [Down Through The / 1920s], above typewritten text [An Album of Memories of Classes from 1916 through the Roaring 1920s] and a photo of children at a hand-pumped drinking fountain. Inside are numerous photos of students and campus life accompanied by typewritten captions and lists of students. Throughout are handwritten inscriptions consisting of signatures, sometimes accompanied by contact information, presumably for other attendees at the reunion.
A black-and-white photograph of young adults and adults marching with flags that say "Overturn Bakke Say No to Racism." The Supreme Court of the United States appears behind them. The photograph is attached to a thick mounting board. The board is stamped on the back.