One school composition written by Lillie Weis of Ohio about her summer trip to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
An autograph book containing signatures of classmates, teachers, and others, and two newspaper clippings.
This collection contains a letter from Walker H. Welker, stationed at Camp Upton in Yaphank, New York, during World War One, to his aunt, Wilma Welker, Adirondack Mountains, New York, August 28, 1918. He notes that he is a musician and states, "The major called me over the other day about organizing a band."
Letter written by J. V. Welles of Benton, Saline County, Arkansas, on 11 August 1885, to Charles Tete of Pennsylvania.
Letters written to Helen Wells of Battle Creek, Michigan, by Henry in 1935 and 1936.
This collection contains a letter Lizzie C. Weslow wrote to her cousin Libbie from Dresden, Germany. She included a likeness of herself and asked for news of Libbie's upcoming wedding.
Papers of West Alabama AIDS Outreach, including scrapbooks and notebooks as well educational programs.
Letter from H. V. West to his siblings, telling about the last of the sugar harvest and other family news.
Two prints of men at the Westervelt Lodge in Aliceville, Alabama.
The collection contains one postcard written from J. Wetz to Arch H. Stuart, in Dubuque, Iowa. Wetz is most likely providing news of mutual acquaintances, including at least one reference to a soldier who fought in the American Civil War.
This collection consists of one letter from Lucius D. Whaley at Frankfort, Kentucky, to his sister Mary M. Whaley of East Cleveland, Ohio, 23 November 1862. The letter is written on stationery with a engraving illustrating "Desperate Bayonet Charge at the Battle of Winchester" [today labeled the First Battle of Kernstown], March 23 1862. The accompanying envelope is also illustrated with a scene depicting a soldier bidding his wife or girlfriend farewell, the words "The Girl I Left Behind Me" beneath it, and below them a stanza from an unattributed poem. Whaley was evidently a convalescing soldier about to be discharged and sent home, and that subject occupies the bulk of his letter.
Confederate General Joe Wheeler wrote to John Calvin Brown, a Major in the General Confederate Army, from the U.S. House of Representatives.
Letter written on 1 November 1858, by L. D. Wheeler of Greenfield, to her brother.
Contains the diary of Confederate soldier Adam H. Whetstone of Prattville, Alabama
This collection contains a letter written by Caroline C. Whitaker to Mrs. Bangs while visiting a friend in Colchester, Connecticut. She is on her way to see her sister Julia in Willington, Connecticut and writes of her brother in California who has recently purchased an interest in one of the mines. The contents of the letter cover the rest of the family as well as the local religious community.
Letter from Marcus White to his wife in Worcester, Massachesetts, describing the train ride to New York City and his fun-filled activities while there.
Whiteman, Crew & Co. of Knoxville, Tennessee, shipping bill to Joseph Johnston & Co. of Madisonville, Tennessee. Contents shipped on the steamboat Grid in the Holston River bound for Decatur.
Papers of this Marengo County, Alabama, plantation family including correspondence, financial papers and business receipts, land sale documents, and Nathan Bryan Whitfield's presidential pardon.
A letter from Mike Whitners to his grandmother while aboard the USS Yosemite on a cruise through the Mediterranean.
Letters between Peyton Norvell Wiggins and his father and stepmother, Charles Ruben Wiggins, Sr. and Elizabeth Toombs Wiggins.