Untitled acrylic painting by S.E. Walk of a seated African man holding a long stick in his right hand and wearing a bracelet with a tooth dangling from it on his left. Origin Liberia, but artist is not Liberian.
Ostrich egg shell for storing and drinking water; "Happy Easter Josephine" is inscribed along with two hearts, most likely an Easter gift from Colin Turnbull to Joseph Towles during their time studying the Ik people of Uganda.
Framed oil painting depicting a village scene with three grass-covered dwellings, three seated women, and one woman with a child on her back, several trees; signed "Kioswa" bottom right; origin unknown.
Framed oil painting depicting three men in a conoe, two people swimming, two people bathing, and two men in the foreground, one with a walking stick and one seated; origin unknown; signed "Kioswa" lower right.
Untitled oil painting depicting a sailing vessel led by a tugboat. A buoy appears in the forefront and a city is visible in the background. Back of framed image reads "To our Friends The Sanfords; Xmas 1927; Elise and Teddy Harleston."