Display case included two photos of Donoghue: "William E. Donoghue" is wearing a coat and tie; "'fessor Mojo AKA Bill Donoghue" is wearing a t-shirt with an illustration of Sonny Boy Williamson II, and a bowler hat; an uncorrected proof of William E. Donoghue's No-Load Mutual Fund Guide (1983), and a biographical statement: "Born in West Chester, Pennsylvania, but living most of his life in Seattle, Washington, William E. “Bill” Donoghue (25 June 1941 – 16 January 2017) was an investment expert and author of an investment newsletter and multiple books, including The New York Times best selling William E. Donoghue’s Complete Money Market Guide. Donoghue’s other major passion was Sonny Boy Williamson II. Using the sobriquet ‘Fessor Mojo, Donoghue gave multiple lectures on his blues hero, authored the book “Don’t Start Me To Talkin’” (1997). He was working on a manuscript and documentary intended to be the authoritative sources on Sonny Boy Williamson II. Bill’s family donated his extensive collection to the Blues Archive earlier this year. The items displayed here represent only a small fraction of this collection."