*O'Malley's master key for Dodger Stadium with O'Malley's name engraved on it.
*O'Malley's shovel used during groundbreaking ceremonies for Dodger Stadium on September 17, 1959.
*O'Malley's 1963 World Series ring, with a large "4" etched on the shank, representing the four-game sweep of the New York Yankees.
*A hand-carved and painted model of the Dodger-owned Lockheed Electra II airplane, named "Kay O'" in honor of O'Malley's wife Kay, and used to transport the Dodgers from 1962-70.
*O'Malley's Executive Box, Seat No. 1 ticket to Opening Day of Dodger Stadium on April 10, 1962, which is inscribed to his wife Kay.
*Four autographed Sandy Koufax baseballs - one from each of his Dodger no-hitters, including his perfect game on September 9, 1965 - personalized to O'Malley.
*The "Spoon Man" Award presented to O'Malley, honoring him as the outstanding overall student of the 1926 class at the University of Pennsylvania.