- WWII Naval Air Station Fort Lauderdale Pillow Sham
- Complete WWII wool Navy uniform set.
- Silk tie and white sailor's hat.
- NASFL Historical Association member hat.
- Commemorative plaque of NAS New York Reunion, 1995.
- Memorial flag of Leonard Zanky Aviation Machinist Mate First Class MM1C USNR.
Jess Karcher, a Police Service Aide, with the City of Fort Lauderdale, is an avid collector of WWII artifacts.
He donated the following items:
- 8 military books with WWII themes.
- 3 WWII gas masks, each with kit & bag.
- 2 WWII wool US Navy uniforms, and one white sailor's hat.
- 1 US wool Navy peacoat.
- 1 USMC combat shirt.
- 4 WWII ammunition belts.
- 4 WWII helmets.
- 1 Marine training hat.
- 1 Camo poncho.
Maureen Campbell Clark & Kenneth Campbell, relatives of Walter R. Parpart, Jr., donated the following artifacts relating to Flight 19:
- Original Aviators Flight Log Book, with all pages, belonging to Flight 19 crewman Walter Reed Parpart, Jr., Seaman First Class, United States Navy Reserve.
- Seven black and white photographs of Walter and friends, taken at Fort Lauderdale's New River, and friends at the NAS Fort Lauderdale naval base, circa 1945.
- Four original pages from correspondence to Mrs. Parpart, typewritten. Two of them hand-signed by Katherine Taylor (Charles Taylor's mother). Dated November 25, 1946 and December 18, 1950.
- One original page from Katherine Taylor to J.W. Prince, a treasure hunter from Florida. Dated November 7, 1950.
- One original page from J.W. Prince answering Mrs. Taylor. Undated.
- Four original pages from Mr. Neal Gorman (engaged in scientific authorship and research during the 1940's), in answer to Mr. Walter Parpart, Sr., dated December 26, 1947.
- A Presidential Citation "In Grateful Memory" of Walter R. Parpart, Jr., hand-signed by President Harry Truman.