This collection consists of one letter from Luther K. Casey, Union soldier in Anderson Court House, South Carolina to his uncle, W. D. Barrell, in Turner, Maine, 16 October 1865. Discusses health of his fellow soldiers (evidently a part of the 1st Maine Battalion) , an incident in which three of his comrades were murdered, and denounces South Carolina as "the hardest Secesh hole in the whole south."
Letters from Sargeant Howard L. Cash to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Cash of Princeton, Kentucky, while he was stationed in England, France and Czechoslovakia. There is also a V-Mail letter from Bill, a nephew of the Cash's and a bill of sale for a 1941 Plymoth P11.
Marcia Cassady writes to her mother, Anna, from the 1904 St. Louis World's Fair. She details the exhibits. Later C.A. Smith writes to Marcia about the vegetation of Florida where he vacations. He also mentions the Ohio floods.
One love letter from William Castleman in Sparta, Kentucky, to Lura C. Baker in Verona, Kentucky.
Six catalogs of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Three are clothing catalogs, one is a plant catalog, one is an automobile supply catalog, and one is a biography/silverware catalog.
Four letters and three envelopes from Horace H. Catinna of Louisville, Kentucky, to Hattie F. Pryor also of Louisville, Kentucky. In these letters, Horace professes his love for Hattie.
This collection contains five postcards written to Merrill and Iris Caudry in Elgin, Illinois, from Mildred and Dwight (John) Caudry in Savanna, Illinois. The postcards discuss general news from home as well as a vacation or possible move by Mildred and Dwight to Texas.
Letter to Mrs. Caufield from her son Ken, a factory worker in New Jersey. He apologizes for a lost letter and thanks her for gifts she has sent to him.
Papers submitted for credit in University of Alabama course EXT318 "Cemeteries and Local History," a course in the New College Life Track. The focus of the papers is on cemeteries as reflecting the history of a locale and may examine burial patterns, customs, ornamentation, or simply be an inventory of interments.
Four photographic albums from 1902 depict different aspects of coal and iron production of the Central Iron and Coal Company in Alabama; from mining to building a furnace, and transporting the material by train, as well as workers living areas, offices, and stores .
Charter and organizational information of the Tallassee Branch of the Central Plank Road Company
City Council minutes for 1890-1891 of this Bibb County, Alabama, city.
Letters written to his mother and brother while serving with the 52nd Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers in the Peninsular Campaign and the Charleston Expedition
Letters written to other members of the Fort Morgan Historical Commission concerning the fort and Chandler's "Little Gems" project.
The depositions of Lewis and Mary Ann Chandoin of Virginia regarding two slave women (mother and daughter) belonging to a deceased neighbor, Mrs. Elizabeth Mimms.
Photocopy of promissory note in which Richard Chanoweth of Kentucky County acknowledges receipt of a barrel of whiskey and promises to deliver deer skins to Philip Engle as payment.
A letter from Dr. Youssef Charaf of Mecca, Saudi Arabia, to Dr. Charles C. Thomas of Springfield, Illinois, requesting a copy of the medical book catalogue at his library.
Charles, writing on stationery from Louisville, Kentucky, tells the recipient, Nora, not to worry about him, to enjoy her visit away from home, and he apologizes for sending a telegram that may have upset her.
Photocopy of several chapters of Charleston! Charleston!: The History of a Southern City by Walter J. Fraser, Jr., and a blank "Research Services" form from The South Carolina Historical Society.
Letters to Elizabeth Chenault written by friends from Camp Eagle Point in New Hampshire, about their schoolwork and leisure activities.