This collection consists of thirty-nine gelatin developing-out photographs depicting life of an unidentified family.
This collection consists of one hundred and eight gelatin developing-out photographs depicting unidentified people, scenes from Duluth and Nickerson, Minnesota and landmarks from Chicago.
This collection consists of thirty gelatin developing-out photographs of an unidentified family.
This collection consists of four cabinet cards depicting unidentified people.
This collection consists of two hundred and nine gelatin developing-out photographs depicting a camping trip around Adolph, Minnesota and other trips in Minnesota of an unidentified family.
This collection consists of a photo album with forty gelatin developing-out photographs depicting scenes from Mammoth Cave, Great Onyx Cave, and various scenes of the Kentucky, Dix, Green, and Stix rivers.
This collection consists of a photo album containing forty gelatin developing-out photographs depicting scenes from Alvin, Texas; New Albany, Indiana; Louisville Kentucky, and Washington, Pennsylvania.
This collection consists of two carte de visite.
This collection consists of one hundred and eighty gelatin developing-out photographs depicting scenes from a vacation of an unidentified family; locations include Anderson and Muncie, Indiana; Louisville and Mammoth Cave, Kentucky; and Bass Lake.
This collection consists of thirty-three gelatin developing-out photographs depicting scenes along the railroad tracks on the Allegheny Mountains.
This collection consists of six gelatin developing-out photographs depicting family members from Erie, Kentucky. Some people on the photographs are identified.
Various sketches and drawings in pencil, pen, and watercolor. Two are signed "Doug."
Letters written to Mary Hallowell from various government officials in Washington, DC, Pennsylvania, and Rhode Island, regarding her request for help for "refugees" from Tennessee during and immediately after the Civil War. These refugees were Tennessee residents who had remained loyal to the Union during and had moved farther north during the War.
Biographical documents concerning Peter Joseph Hamilton.
A photocopy of a typed draft of the manuscript of a biography of Judge Peter J. Hamilton written by his youngest daughter, Rachel Duke Hamilton Cannon (sometimes noted as Rachel-Duke).
A letter from C. Hammel of Callamer, Ohio, to Mr. S. F. Colvin of Fullertown, Ohio, discussing the price of a stove and payment in barrels of cider and apples.
Contains notebooks kept by this Montgomery, Alabama, resident on natural and civic historical topics.
Application, dated 8 July 1907, filed in Jefferson County, Alabama, for a Confederate veterans' pension.
Letter written to the U.S. House of Representatives at the beginning of his term as a member of the House.
Handmade memory book consists of small photographs, perhaps of school friends, accompanied by handwritten verse.