23 drawings (11 portraits, 8 botanicals, 2 sketches of a man lying in a prison cell, two garden sketches) and one handwritten letter in previously bound notebook.
One portrait is charcoal. One portrait is signed "Y. Suzuki" or "T. Suzuki" (could possibly be the likeness of Teiichi Suzuki). Seven botanical sketches also have watercolor pigment applied; one uncolored botanical sketch is on the verso of a colored botanical sketch. The included letter is to Fujiki from James K. Sasaki on the occasion of latter's release.
Many of the portraits and three botanicals are signed "F. Fujiki" or "F. F.;" four colored botanical sketches are signed "M. Wada." Portraits bear various phrases, names,