Framed portrait of Major R. R. Wright, Sr. Frame is dark brown with gold and tan details. Smaller gold strip nearer the inner portion of the frame. Image matted under two (2) different mattes. The larger matte is light gray and the inner, smaller matte is dark gray. Image is a black and white photograph of Wright from the torso up. He wears a light suit and dark, patterned tie. His arms are resting on a table with his hands clasped one on top of the other. Wright wears round wire-rimmed glasses. In the lower right corner of the photograph, in gold, is the photographer's signature: "Fabian Bachrach". On the matte in the lower left corner in black text is the image caption: "Major R. R. Wright Sr. / Founder".
A lithographic print of Frederick Douglass. The print is hand colored. Douglass is sitting at a desk and reading a newspaper. His right leg is crossed over his left and he is looking to his right. At the bottom underneath the image is “No. 7.—Our Artistic Correspondent interviewing Frederick Douglass in the District Marshal’s (sic) Office, Washington, D.C..” and “Illustrated Interviews with Eminent Public Men on Leading Topics of the Day.—see Page 258, 1879." The print is matted and framed.