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Letter from Charles Reese, probably a Quaker, to friend James Hallowell congratulating James on his engagement.
This collection contains a letter by Reese to a Mrs. Tuomey, describing his arrive in Vicksburg; a letter from William Garrard to H. F. Reese about his brother Henry; and a paper written by H. F. Reese about his brother's life.
A collection of books by Alabamians, about Alabama, and/or published in the state of Alabama. These materials document the unique cultural and historical experience of Alabama.
A letter written on 21 May 1872, from G. Reid of Robinson, Illinois, to his brother and sister.
Postcards documenting the travels of the Marshall and Reid families of Alabama
Letters, greeting cards, scrapbook pages, and other World War II materials belonging to this Locust Fork, Alabama, soldier.
Letters, greeting cards, scrapbook pages, and other World War II materials belonging to this Locust Fork, Alabama, soldier.
Papers and guidebook covering the Battle of Antietam, created by this childhood witness
Letter written by Union sailor, J.D. Rence, to his mother on June 10, 1861, while aboard the U.S.S. St. Louis, moored near Fort Pickens, in Pensacola Bay, Florida.
Reverend Seraphim of Infant Jesus Monastery in Trichur, India, writes to the Reverend Mother Superior of St. Rose Convent in Lacrosse, Wisconsin, wishing Holy Season greetings.
The collection contains one letter written by Reynolds, a young girl in Nevada City, to Alice, giving news of daily life, specifically the recent Christmas holiday.
One postcard from Mother and Daddy of Riddle, Oregon, to Mr. and Mrs. Royce Reynolds of Harlan, Iowa. Topics discussed include family, friends, and winter weather.
William Reynolds of Indianapolis, Indiana, began this journal in 1855 while at Northwestern Christian University. It contains poems and songs, original essays, family news, and a chronicle of his 1858 journey from Indianapolis to New Orleans and back again.
Bernice Shelly writes from Tracy and Oakland, California, to P.F.C. Elmer E. Rhode, stationed in San Francisco, California, about her work as a waitress and at a factory to aid the war effort. A third letter makes a third-party reference to an encounter with Elmer Rhode written by Fred Kimball of San Francisco, California, to Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Payne of Beaver Dam, Wisconsin.
G.T.S., a librarian, invites Mr. Cale Young Rice, a friend of the library in Louisville, Kentucky, to give a talk at a staff meeting.
Letterbook containing copies of correspondence written by Montgomery, Alabama, lawyers Samuel F. Rice, John M. Chilton, Thomas G. Jones, and Ariosto A. Wiley, between 1871-1873.
Marcia Rice writes to parents, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Munn of Dummerston, Vermont, from St. Louis, Missouri while on a trip with her husband. They made a stop in New Orleans where she visited the site of the Battle of New Orleans.
Letter from Ruth Richardson, of Acton, Massachusetts to her daughter, Ann H. Thompson and grandchildren in Landgrove, Vermont.
Seven love letters from Lewis George Richter of Elmhurst, Illinois, to his sweetheart Ernestine Genevieve Kosman in Chicago, Illinois.
Papers and photographs by Civil War photographer Andrew Jackson Riddle.
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