When you were a kid there’s a good chance you participated in making a time capsule, but it’s not often that we hear about 100 year old capsules being opened. That’s what happened in at the First Lutheran Church of Oklahoma City, when a century-old capsule was recently opened. What would you find in there? Quite a bit.

In addition to letters, photos, documents, and a newspaper, the makers of the capsule included a telephone from 1913, a bow made by Choctaw Indian, a pen used by President William McKinley, a phonograph, and clothing from the era.

Click below to learn more about the time capsule and what was found inside: