Hand-drawn portraits of American, British, Japanese, French, Italian, Belgian, and Chinese delegates to the Washington Conference on the Limitation of Armament, 1921-1922. Portraits are autographed by their subjects.
Portrait of Princess Marie José of Belgium, painted on ivory and ornamented with jewels, presented to J. K. Dickie in gratitude for relief activities of her parents, Vernon and Charlotte Kellogg, with the Commission for Relief in Belgium.
Photographs, depicting communist leaders from various countries, and including delegates to congresses of the Communist International; and letters, other writings, and diagrams, relating to the residence of Karl Marx at 4 Anderson Street, Chelsea, London, from 1849 to 1850.
Letters of appointment, commendation, and appreciation, certificates, and awards, relating to the charitable volunteer work of M. von Etter. Includes a record book of patients at the Russian Red Cross von Etter Infirmary, 1915-1916, and a memorial album with an engraved sterling silver plaque dedicated to Ivan Sevastianovich von Etter, from the Russian Imperial Kiev officers under his command, containing photographs and autographs of the officers.