Dark blue elasticized short sleeve shirt on which yellow lettering has been sewn reading [WAYNE / 14]. Bands of gold and blue run down both shoulders from neck to end of sleeves. Gold and blue trim around sleeve openings. On reverse, gold  sewn on upper back. The overall condition of the shirt is poor, as the material is misshaped and much of the elastic has deteriorated. There are holes on both sleeves, and there is a large hole on the back right shoulder. Label at front bottom right reads [MacGregor Goldsmith / Cincinnati, Ohio].
Popularly called "the blue-black speller," many African Americans remember Noah Webster's Elementary Spelling Book as the way they learned to read and spell after slavery.
A faded blue textbook with black text titled “The Elementary Spelling Book: Being an Improvement on the American Spelling Book” by Noah Webster. Printed at the top of the cover is “THE LAST REVISED EDITION.” The title is at the center of the cover surrounded by a floral design and the author’s name. The publisher’s information is printed at the bottom of the cover. The cover is torn and faded. The book contains 168 pages. The pages are white with black text.
Lobby Card for the 1969 movie The Learning Tree by Gordon Parks. The card features a large color image from the film with black bands running vertically along the left side and horizontally across the bottom of the card. The image depicts five teenage boys standing in field. All are wearing overalls and two boys on the right face each other. The other three boys stand off to the left and face the other two. Below the image and to the left is [THE LEARNING TREE] in decorative pink font with last 'T' white and resembling a tree. Below this in small white type is [A film by Gordon Parks based on his novel.]. Along the bottom of the black band is casting and production information. Along the very bottom edge of the card is a copyright notice: [COPYRIGHT 1969 WARNER BROS. - SEVEN ARTS, INC.] and a licensing note from National Screen Service Corp.