H x W x D (2007.7.188a): 3 3/16 × 4 5/8 × 3 5/8 in. (8.1 × 11.7 × 9.2 cm)
H x W x D (2007.7.188b): 1 3/8 × 3 1/2 × 3 1/2 in. (3.5 × 8.9 × 8.9 cm)
A tin coffee mug (2007.7.183a) and lid (2007.7.10.183b) depicting a “picaninny” boy. The mug and lid are white with some black accents around the edge and the handle. The image on the side of the mug features a cartoon depiction of a boy hanging from the letters [J] and [Y] in the word [Jolly] in a red rimmed yellow circle against a green background. Above and below the child, in red letters, is the text [JOLLY / BOY / BLACK TEA].
A cylindrical metal shucking bucket. The bucket has a welded seam along the bottom. The top edge of the bucket is rolled outward to form curved a rim. The handle is a bent metal rod inserted into holes at the top of the bucket. The ends of the rod are bent over on the inside of the bucket.
This a jigger shaped like a gavel.The jigger has narrow cup with two lines around the outside indicating the measurement of liquid. The cup has lip on left edge. On the left side of the cup at the top is etched text that reads "2oz." On the bottom of the cup is additional etched text in gothic-style font that read "Cambridge/ E. P. C./711." On the right side of the handle is a large, curved indentation to be used a bottle opener. The indentation is near the end of the handle. Above the indentation, in the middle of the handle are three small lines. The handle is attached to the center of the cup.
A souvenir spoon from Florida. The raised design on the bowl features a flamingo standing next to a tree on a shoreline with the text [FLORIDA]. The design on the front of the handle features a caricature of a boy's face and an alligator, its tail wrapped around the boy's head. The back of the handle features the back of the boy’s head and three palm trees. Raised lettering on the handle, next to a small four-leaf clover, reads [STERLING · THOMAS TUGBY ·]
A wood handled oyster knife. The rectangular handle knife has three metal rivets and the tang is visible on the top, bottom and pommel sides of the knife. One side of the blade is very worn and chipped. The blade terminates in a curved point.