Nine individual color print illustrations and the title page for the book, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain, taped together. The title page has a shirtless boy wearing cutoffs eating a slice of watermelon reclined on the "H" of Huckleberry with the title, author, and illustrator printed in black. The first illustration is of the same boy, Huck, sitting on a chair in a cabin, looking at a drunken man lying on straw. The second illustration is of Huck lying beside the trunk of a tree watching a steamboat pass by on a river. The third illustration is printed on two panels, and is of a raft floating on a river with two people, Huck and an African American, fishing and eating watermelon. The fourth illustration is of the raft on a river with Huck, the African American, and a white man watching a man in a black top hat and suit jacket dancing on the raft. The fifth illustration is of a funeral in a parlor with people standing and crying. The sixth illustration is of a mob with pitchforks and torches moving through a forest beside a river during a rainstorm. The seventh illustration is of a figure sitting at a table, hanging their head with their glasses discarded on the table. Through a window, Huck watches. The eighth illustration is of two boys sitting in carriages on a road. One boy is leaning out of his carriage to yell at the other boy sitting relaxed in his own carriage.