U.S.S. South Dakota Battleship X Coin. The gold colored coin has the U.S.S South Dakota ship and 'Battleship X 1942' engraved on one side and an eagle with a shield and and anchor with the words 'Coined in part from the battleship U.S.S. South Dakota known as battleship X'on the reverse. Ben Reifel received these for his service in the military.
Part 1 and 2 What's New, an Abbott Laboratories publication, which featured the latest medical news and issues during that year. It also included an article titled 'The Problems of Indian Medical Care'.
William Miller greeting constituents at Joe Foss field in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Miller was candidate for vice president candidate in 1964. Alice Reifel is visible in the bottom left hand corner wearing a white shirt and sweater
Plaque presented to Ben Reifel by the Workshop Library on World Humor. The wood plaque has an engraved plate that reads "In recognition of valued contribution to efforts to enrich life and promote world peace through humor the Workshop Library on World Humor presents to the Honorable Ben Reifel the World Humor Award for 1986 Washington, D.C. May 14 1986'.