A bronze medal depicting Prince Hall and the style of Freemasonry he founded. The obverse features a design of three concentric circles. The innermost circle bears a likeness of Price Hall in relief around which is the text [PRINCE HALL / 1748 / 1807]. The middle ring has text along the bottom that reads [JURISDICTION]. The outer ring features text around the circumference of the medal that reads [FRDSP · MRLTY · BTHLY LVE / F. & A.M.]. The reverse bears a number of Masonic symbols such as the all-seeing eye, square & compass, and the text [UNUM CENTUM].
A printed copy of the Christian Bible printed in 1869, containing the family history of Richard Collins. Blank pages between the Old Testament and the New Testament are filled in with the marriage, birth, and death dates of various members of Collins's family, including his ancestors and his descendants. The information is written in ink and pencil by at least two different hands. The book has been rebound in a tooled leather-covered cardboard cover. A red satin ribbon page marker is attached at the top edge of the spine.