Singapore Press Club’s certificate and Press Pass for Mr Wee's Honorary Life membership, together with his Press Pass for the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (1971).
A “faculty” armchair – with the attached crest of Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore 1876. Inscribed at the back of the armchair: “In Appreciation to President Wee Kim Wee – Donald M Tilghman, US Organizing Committee Nov 9–14, 1987”.
Peranakan tableware; cut-crystal decanter and matching glasses; light-green glass coffee cups; dinner plate and matching soup cup; silver/silver-plated cutlery; wine glass (from Harrods); sample crested dessert glass (Siglap); sample table decorations (Siglap).
A gift from President of Italy Francesco Cossiga on his State Visit to Singapore, October 1988.
Khor Chwee Tor's calligraphic signature for the establishment of the Hokkien Huay Kuan, reproduced in its "red" book.
National Day programmes which President Wee autographed for his daughter Ms Wee Eng Hwa, with his advice to be treat fellow human beings kindly and respectfully.
President Wee’s handwritten letter dated 30 June 1992 to Rewa Mirpuri – an excerpt of which is printed at the back cover of Mirpuri’s Book of Humour.
Programme for the play "Siapa Lu?", with an article remembering and thanking Dr Wee and Mrs Wee for their support during and after his presidency.
Photo of the tea party given by Dr Wee and Mrs Wee in honour of Crown Prince Masahito and Princess Hitachi of Japan at Raffles Hotel (1995).
Large autographed card from National Council of Social Service volunteers (1995).
(Left) "Gold and jade have filled the hall, thus the whole family will have good fortune". (Right) "Brilliant achievement, and longevity with good health". (13 January 2003)
Mrs Wee made “sesagun”, a lost Peranakan culinary art, for the Singapore Peranakan Association’s fair (14 November 1998).
Bought by Mrs Wee on the ship’s inaugural voyage to Penang, Hong Kong and Japan. Dr Wee had paid for the trip to show his love and appreciation for her (November 1950).
Photograph taken at The Istana by Roger Syn, grandson of Dr Wee (2005).
A few kitchen items: wooden kueh koya moulds, red lacquered ang ku kueh moulds, kueh bahulu beater and mould, kueh bangkit mould and tweezers, apom bokwa moulds.
Cosmetic case, cosmetics, metal-glass powder container, etc., for Mrs Wee's State Visits.