- Poster with a picture of a slave auction and a paragraph describing the slave trade taken from a Harper's Weekly article.
- This pamphlet, published by the Association for the Study of Negro Life and History, describes a "Course in The Negro in American History or The History of the American Nation as Influenced by Contact with the Negro". This course was led by C. G. Woodson and held at the 12th Street branch of the Y.M.C.A. every Wednesday evening, from November 7th, 1917 through February 20th, 1918. The interior of the pamphlet list the "phases of history to be considered" during the course, beginning with "The Negro in Africa" and culminating with "The Negro and Social Justice".
- "A Rule of Law They Say" membership card signed by James Earl Ray.
- Two handbills calling for a boycott of Coca-Cola over discriminatory hiring practices organized by African American ministers of Atlanta, Georgia. Accompanied by internal correspondence from the Coca-Cola Company suggesting a course of action regarding the boycott.