Object is a shield shaped plaque honouring Robert Thompson's involvement in the Kale Heywet Church located in southern Ethiopia. The plaque is made of plexiglass pinned to a plywood base that has been painted gold. The plaque's background is aqua with gold lettering, and features in the centre an aerial view of the church building with the emphasize of santuary space with a large window with a cross. Thompson's name is highlighted in a white background.
Plaque reads: "Kale Heywet Church Debre Zeit [above is written the same in Amharic], Robert N. Thompson, [month written in Amharic]. 1984, Sept. 1991."
Object is a lazer engraved wooden plaque in appreciation of Dr. Robert Thompson's service of founding member of the Samaritan's Purse in Canada. The bottom left of the plaque features an engraved image of an individual bent over with their arms extended to assist another individual lying on the ground with their right arm extended. The engraved section has a bevelled edge and the outer edge of the plaque is rounded. On the back there is a manufacturer sticker indicating that it was made in Canada by Laserwood Inc.
The plaque reads: "Samaritan's Purse. Dr. Robert Thompson. With our sincere appreciation for your dedication as a Founding Director of Samaritan's Purse - Canada, and for 15 years of sacrificial commitment and service. Therefore, my dear brothers, stand firm. Let nothing move you. Always give yourselves fully to the work of the Lord, because you know that your labor in the Lord is not in vain. I Corinthians 15:58. Signature by Franklin Graham and the Board of Directors, Samaritan's Purse-Canada, April 29, 1989.
Object is award recognizing Robert Thompson as Christian Chiropractor of the Year. The award is engraved on a metal plate that is affixed to a wooden plaque with a bevelled edge. The plated has a marblized edge of brown, orange and gold with four floret rivets attaching it to the wooden plaque. On the back there is a manufacturer sticker from Craft, Trophy and Ribbon Company located 164 North Colleage Avenue, Fort Collins, Colorado.
The plaque reads: "Dr. Robert N. Thompson, Christian Chiropractor of the Year, Awarded by Christian Chiropractor Association, June 26, 1982."
Object is an award of merit recognizing Robert Thompson service within the Alberta Chiropractic Association. The award of merit is engraved on a metal plate that is affixed to a metal adornation that features a rolled out sroll with laurel wreath behind the scroll, and this feature is attached to a wooden base.
The plaque reads: "Alberta Chiropractic Association, Award of Merit. Be it known that Dr. Robert N. Thompson for having served the chiropractic profession and the public unselishly is hereby given the A.C.A. Award of Merit. March 7, 1981."
Object is a plaque in recognition of Robert Thompson's research and development for World Evangelism. The centre of the plaque features the recognition certificate with the World Evangelism logo on the top centre that features a red short arrow pointed towards a world.
The plaque reads: "Men of Marc. In recognition of the contribution of Robert N. Thompson toward the work of research and development for World Evangelism. Be it known that he has been designated a Member. Signed by Edward R. Dayton, Director on June 15, 1976. Missions Advanced Research and Communication Center, 919 West Huntington Drive, Monrovia, California 91016. A ministry of World Vision International."
Object is an engraved plaque recognizing Robert Thompson's service as a chiropractor. The plaque is mounted onto plywood enclosed in a brass plated frame. On the plaque' back is manufacturer sticker: Walter G. Agnew Ltd., Jeweller.
The plaque reads: "Alberta Chiropractic Association Award. Chiropactor Of The Year, 1959, Dr. R.N. Thompson. In grateful recognition of outstanding service to your profession and to your fellow man.
Object is a framed certificate acknowledging Robert Thompson's service to the 78th Fraser's Highlanders. The certificate is written in cursive and has two red seals for the highlanders. On the far left contains a vertical stripe of Fraser tartan held on the certificate by a red seal. The tartan colours consist of dark and light green with orange.
The certificate reads: "The 78th Fraser's Highlanders. These are to certify that Robert N. Thompson came before me and acknowledged to have voluntarily enlisted himself to serve as a volunteer-serjeant in ye 78th Fraser's Highlanders. And that he acknowledged that he had heard read in him the Articles of War against Mutiny and Desertion. And further, that he has sworn to observe and follow such Orders and Direction as he from time to time shall receive from the Colonel-Commandant or any other Officer according to the Rules and Discipline of War. Attested before me this 9nd day of July 78. J. [Ross] Osborn, Lt. Col. (Officer of the Regiment). By His Lordship's Command [illegible signature]. Entered in the Office, B.B. [Corporal]."
Object is a carved wood board with an engraved gold-coloured plaque reading "Doctor Robert N. and Mrs. Thompson, in Appreciation of Your Service to Our Country, Clearbrook Kiwanis Club". The board has two plastic sun-like decorations at the top.
Object is a gold-coloured medallion set in wood between two pieces of plastic/plexiglass. The medallion displays a crest and a bust along with Ethiopian lettering. The card inside reads "Presented to R.N. Thompson by Prince Makonnen Hailie Slassie Duke of Harrar June 1951".
Object is a wood board with a gold coloured plastic plaque reading "50th Anniversary, Robert and Hazel Thompson, May 4th, 1989 - Our Heartiest Congratulations and our deepest appreciation for your involvement in the E.F.C.C - Your friends of the Lower Pacific District", from the Evangelical Free Church of Canada. Made by the Trophy Centre in B.C.