Documents pertaining to the sale of lands belonging to Ko Yoo Quae, Alpetter Hadjo, Co Choc O Nee, Coch Che Yo Ho Lo, and Pelis-hart-ke - all Creek Indians living in Alabama between 1833 and 1841.
A poem and a watercolor by Ethel Creighton featuring the Old Spanish Tower in Mobile, Alabama.
Contains three letters written by Mary Creighton of Boston, Massachusetts, to a Mr. Jenks of Ridgeway, Missouri. She sought information on the whereabouts of her cousin William, whom she had not seen for many years.
Photocopies of the papers of the Crenshaw family, including personal and business correspondence, bills, receipts, etc.
A copy of the Lawyers Common-Place Book, profusely annotated by Crenshaw with notes on Alabama statute and case law through 1886, and miscellaneous additional items.
Insurance policies on the club house, an account book from a Mobile, Alabama, apothecary with the club, and tickets for social events sponsored by this African-American social club.
The collection contains one letter written from Creson in Hudgins, Kentucky, to Mr. Lee Goff, giving news of daily life.
Scripts for several radio plays performed by the Crimson Theatre on the WABP radio station on the University of Alabama campus.
Student newspaper of the University of Alabama.
Letter from William H. Crins, written on 26 April 1876 in Providence, Rhode Island, to Mr. H. M. Sawtelle.
One page of sheet music with handwritten words and music
Letter from W. G. Croft, dated 18 November (circa 1835) from Canebreak, Union Town, Alabama, to his brother, Randall Croft, at Beaufort, South Carolina, discussing cotton crop yields in the area.
This collection contains one handwritten letter from Nathan Crosby, Little Valley, New York, to James, and one letter from Eugenia L. Gibbs, Ellicottville, New York, to Nathan Crosby. Both letters relate to travel money for Willie.
Correspondence between E. C. Crow and Dr. John M. Gallalee of the University of Alabama regarding a newspaper article on Gen. Josiah Gorgas, as well as a newspaper article on the oldest judge in Birmingham, Alabama.
Large certificate featuring a picture of Laurence Crowley in uniform with the information of the place and date of his enlistment in World War II.
A trip diary inscribed on the flyleaf to Mary Mildred Crowley of Indianapolis, Indiana and dated June 1, 1911.
Correspondence of an Alabama family, centered in Talladega and Birmingham.
A collection of records of Crumpler's general store in Sylacauga, Alabama, and of his activities as justice of the peace.
Collection of meeting minutes and membership lists, 1887-1933, for this Cross Keys, Macon County, Alabama, church.
Postcards depicting scenes in Cuba in the early twentieth century