Letters to the Newell family in Lima, Ohio, 1900-1917. Most have been written by other Newell family members and contain news of acquaintances, leisure activities in New York state, and other daily news.
A letter dated 16 July 1918 to a Mr. Owen on the differences between Ku Klux Klan's original prescript and the revised prescript.
Letters to Hiram Newkirk about the marriage of Lizzie Pryor to Mr. Deauval, and proposed visits to Huntington, Indiana and Walton, Kentucky.
Letter from Petey Newman written to his daughter, on 25 July, 1858.
Contains news from home about the weather and the doings of family and friends from a mother and a brother to a man traveling on business across the U.S.
The George Nichols photographs consists of one hundred and thirteen black and white photographs of Nichols as a student at the University of Alabama and the Theta Chi fraternity member in the late 1940s. Collection also includes the photograph from June 1958 in downtown Tuscaloosa of John Patterson's campaign run for the governor of Alabama.
A letter from Corporal E. F. Nickerson, stationed in Fort Barrancas (Pensecola), Florida, to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.F. Nickerson of Worcester, Massachusetts, written in November 1945.
Essay about folk dancing at the Marietta Johnson School of Organic Education, a school founded in 1907 by progressive educator Marietta Johnson in Fairhope, Alabama.
A copy of vol. 38, no. 977 (5 June 1830) of the Niles' Weekly Register published by H. Niles and Son in Baltimore, Maryland.
A letter from Ellen Nilson of Berlin, Wisconsin, to her aunt about the death of her grandmother and the funeral.
Autograph albums and diaries from the 19th and 20th centuries.
A mourning illustration from the nineteenth century.
Contains one letter written from Nip of South Haven, Michigan, to Ellen. He discussed family news and crops.
Letters written to Nixdorf of Lancaster, Pennsylvania, who served in the U.S. Army Special Services during World War II. Some letters are from friends he made while abroad. They discuss daily life, the war, school, and gifts, and some are in French and Spanish.
The records of a country store in Calhoun County which reflect the economic and social circumstances of rural north Alabama in the early twentieth century.
Letter from Gertrude in Pottstown, Pennsylvania, to Sara Noll in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Discusses an upcoming trip to visit Sara.
Typescript copies of several plays, poems, and novels
Minutes and correspondence of this Tuscaloosa, Alabama, women's club.
One letter from E. L. Northrop of the Hotel Pleasant of West Upton to Clara E. Perkins regarding a reservation
The bulk of the collection contains outgoing correspondence from Norton, written primarily from Louisiana, Missouri, and Texas, to Lottie Irene Hooks Norton, dating from the period of their courtship through their marriage and the births of their daughters, recounting information about family matters, difficult economic times, and providing news of Norton's recreational activities.