An Esterbrook pen with an Esterbrook 2668 nib. The pen has a black plastic grip and a clear plastic body, with [THE PRESIDENT- THE WHITE HOUSE] printed in white ink. [ESTERBROOK] and [MADE IN U.S.A.] are imprinted on the black pen grip. Type reading: [ESTERBROOK / 2668 / MADE IN USA] is imprinted on the nib. The pen was one of the pens President Lyndon B. Johnson used to sign the 1964 Civil Rights Act.
Photograph featuring President Barack Obama bent over allowing a child to touch his head. The child, Jacob Philadelphia is in the center of the image standing in front of the Presidential desk in the Oval Office. Obama stands slightly to the child's PL. The child raises his PR arm with his PR hand on the President's head. Obama wears a dark suit with his hands in his pockets. On the left side of the image are two (2) adults and one (1) child who stand and watch the interaction between the President and Philadelphia. The two adults, one woman and one man, stand in profile to the camera with their PR sides facing the viewer. The child stands in the foreground, slightly out of focus, also with his PR side facing the viewer. In the lower right corner yellow couch cushions can be seen. The image is bordered in white.