An extensive selection of artifacts from the reign of Haile Selassie I has been loaned to the exhibition by an anonymous donor. These include items from the Imperial dining room, historical magazines and books, an autograph of Ras Tafari from 1916 and later, after he was crowned Emperor, an autograph of Selassie on an envelope postmarked at the United Nations the day he delivered the "War" speech - which Bob Marley later set to music.

Other objects on display include examples of medals, orders and decorations that Selassie wore and a series of Coptic crosses dating back to the 1600s. Rasta recordings and a handsome selection of hand made buttons complete Haile Selassie Hall.