*1955 Brooklyn Dodgers World Championship black bat.
*1931 Ebbets Field blueprint showing surrounding streets.
*John Cullen Murphy's original color framed artwork of Walter O'Malley, Walter Alston, Ebbets Field, Duke Snider and Pee Wee Reese. The artwork shows O'Malley's plan to replace aging Ebbets Field with a new domed stadium for the Dodgers in Brooklyn. Artwork was displayed originally in Sport magazine in July 1957.
*1949 World Series ticket for Game 4 on October 8 at Ebbets Field between the Dodgers and the New York Yankees. The ticket was for Private Box 100.
*A famous color photo of some of the Dodgers' all-time great players talking around the batting cage at Ebbets Field (L-R: Pee Wee Reese, Carl Furillo, Jackie Robinson, Carl Erskine, Gil Hodges, Don Newcombe, Duke Snider and Roy Campanella).
*A framed color photo of the interior of Ebbets Field, showing ads in the outfield and a portion of the famous scoreboard in right field.
*Original Brooklyn Ball Club (Dodgers) stock certificate issued to Charles H. Ebbets for 62 shares in the Dodgers on October 11, 1907.
*Black and white photograph of Marvin Kratter (right) with Buzzie Bavasi, signing a contract for the sale of Ebbets Field on October 30, 1956.
*Original letter sent by Los Angeles City Councilmember Rosalind Wiener Wyman on September 1, 1955 to Dodger owner Walter O'Malley expressing her desire to meet with him along with councilmember Edward Roybal in New York.
*Carbon copy of letter sent by Dodger owner Walter O'Malley to Los Angeles City Councilmember Rosalind Wiener Wyman on September 7, 1955 responding to her request to meet with him in New York.
*Black and white photograph from 1955 of Dodger owner Walter O'Malley and R. Buckminster Fuller looking inside a large-scale model of the proposed domed stadium for the Dodgers to be privately built by O'Malley at the intersection of Atlantic and Flatbush Avenues in Brooklyn.
*Black and white photograph of Dodger owner Walter O'Malley, who inspects a model of a proposed new domed stadium for the Dodgers in Brooklyn with city officials and business leaders on February 28, 1956 (L-R: Thomas Goodfellow, President, Long Island Railroad; Robert Moses, Parks Commissioner for the City of New York; Bernard Gimbel, President, New York Convention Bureau; O'Malley; and John McGrath, attorney for the committee studying the site for a new stadium in Brooklyn.)
*Original copy of Sport magazine from July 1957, which includes the artwork of John Cullen Murphy showing O'Malley and his idea of a domed stadium in Brooklyn for the Dodgers to replace aging Ebbets Field.