Skoledirektør Olaf Severin Kristian Rübner-Petersens (1862-1919) soveværelse. En himmelseng med moskitonet ses samt en masse fotografier på bagvæggen. Himmelsengen eksisterer stadig (2019), dog som almindelig seng, hos Kaare Rübner Jørgensen; onkel Olaf var hans farmors farbror. Olaf var skoledirektør på de vestindiske øer fra 1907-17; han tog hjem til Danmark, da øerne blev solgt.
Hus på Kongensgade 1B i Charlotte Amalie, 1946. Følgende citat stammer fra Dante Beretta, december 2016: "Besides being one of the older houses in Charlotte Amalia, it was the home of Alton Augustus Adams Sr. (1889-1987) who is one of our local island heroes. He was my grandmother’s cousin and I remember visiting with the Bandmaster at his house when I was a youth. Alton became the first black bandmaster in the U.S. Navy in June 1917 when he and his band were inducted into the Navy. He also composed ‘The Virgin Islands March’ which is considered the islands official anthem. My mother’s favorite memory of visiting Copenhagen was by chance hearing Alton’s compositions being played by a band while visiting Tivoli Gardens."