A letter written to George from his mother in Hazelhurst, Wisconsin along with some money as a Christmas gift.
A letter written by George of Chicago, Illinois, to Myrtle about a shortage of coal.
This collection consists of a State of Georgia Confederate bond of five dollars, No. 11548, dated Milledgeville, 6 April 1864. It states "The State of Georgia will pay the bearer five dollars at her treasury on the 25th day of December next, in Confederate Treasury notes issued after the 1st of April 1864, if presented within three months after maturity, otherwise not redeemable except in payment of Public Dues."
Small card printed in an Old German alphabet with Psalm 51:12 (King James Version): "Create in me a clean heart, O God, and renew a right spirit within me."
A collection of German military artifacts from 1914 to 1944, including a World War I Iron Cross ring and World War II Marine belt buckle, Nazi SS long service medal, and concentration camp armband.
Papers of this Selma, Dallas County, Alabama insurance agent and manager of the Edwards Opera House and the Academy of Music, 1879-1896.
Letter dated 28 June 1850 from the U.S. Secretary of the Interior, appointing Gibson as a U.S. Marshal for the Northern District of Alabama
M.C. Giddings writes to friend Harriet Leonard about life at home.
Letter dated 8 August 1864 to her cousin, a soldier in the Confederate Army, discussing interruptions in railroad service, provisions for the army, and poor people at home.
Kittie Gillett receives a letter about her friend's store in Eugene, Oregon.
Letters between Gilliland and his sweetheart (later wife) Josie, church materials from Trinity United Methodist Church in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, greeting cards, and photographs
This collection consists of five letters written to Mr. George P. Gillium, Louisville, Kentucky from his two daughters, Jane Gillium and Merrie Browder, Florence, Alabama, and his grandson (Merrie’s son), Marion Castner Browder, Jr., Florence, Alabama.
Typescript copy of a booklet by Gilmer, containing the last roll and brief history of "Shockley's Independent Escort Company of Alabama Cavalry," a Civil War unit formed by University of Alabama students Branscom Shockley and Henry Burt in March 1864.
Compositions, scrapbooks, correspondence, and clippings of Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, Eddy Lanier King Gilmore, of Selma, Alabama, and his Russian-born wife, Tamara Kolb-Chernashovaya, a ballerina with the Bolshoi Ballet. The bulk of material is from the 1940s, 1950s and 1960s.
One letter from Ginger to her aunt, Laura Hoefer, of Appleton, Wisconsin. Ginger was traveling around Europe with her friend Dot, and wrote to update her aunt on her adventures in Austria, Germany, Italy, France, and England.
A letter to Glady and Gordon from their mother in Columbus, Wisconsin about Bob, who plans to enlist after graduation.
This is a collection of eleven letters from Lt. F. W. (Wesley) Gleason, Jr., U.S.C.G.R. (United States Coast Guard Reserve), aboard the U.S.S. Arthur Middleton, to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Gleason, in New Orleans, Louisiana, during World War II.
Copies of Glickman's plays, musicals, and television scripts, as well as clippings.
Civil War diary of a soldier in the First Alabama Infantry who was born in New York and later lived in Auburn, Alabama, before moving to Chelsea, Massachusetts.
A letter to Lee Godsey of Columbus, Ohio, from Rodie of Cleveland, Ohio, about their recent visit.