This collection contains an account book, receipts, and clippings pertaining to this national scholastic fraternity for commerce and business.
This collection contains correspondence, 1975-82, bank records, 1975-82, scrapbook, 1975-82, and correspondence, meeting agendas, and minutes from 1989-90, of the University of Alabama chapter of the National Library and Information Studies honorary.
Monthly minutes, lists of members, and dismissals from this Tuscaloosa County, Alabama Baptist church, 1843-1905.
Contains "Historical Sketch of Bethel Presbyterian Church, Bullock County, East Alabama Presbytery." It is dated June 12, 1958, and is six pages in length. Includes a list the tenure of pastors, texts of building dedications, and description of the Presbyterian Church hierarchy.
This collection covers Bevill's term as U.S. Representative of Alabama's Fourth Congressional District, 1967-1997. Also includes some materials on his law practice and personal life.
Documents, mainly letters written to or by Peyton B. Bibb. There are also receipts and minutes from unidentified meetings. There is also a copy of the "Complete Rudiments of Music" by A.J. Showalter (©1906) with the name "George Bibb" written on the front cover and on the first page.
The collection includes copies of patents granted Biedermann, as well as contracts and some scattered miscellaneous papers. The bulk of the collection consists of photographs of projects worked on by the firm of Skinner and Biedermann, including the Anniston Army Depot and many buildings on the University of Alabama campus, including the Engineering building, Lloyd Hall, Denny Chimes, Denny Stadium, Doster Hall, Graves Hall, and others.
This is a postcard with a color image of the cross at Bienville Square, Mobile, Alabama. "Mar 1914" is written in pencil on the reverse side.
Letter from Billie, a Confederate soldier stationed near Camp Petersburg, Virginia, to his sister Maggie in North Carolina, about hearing the "salute of the Yankees saluting General Sherman for landing on the coast." He also asked his sister to tell their father to hide his corn from deserters.
Several newspaper clippings relating to the trial of several white men for the murder of Walter P. Billings, an African-America resident of Sumter County, Alabama, on 1 August 1874, and also a lengthy jury charge by U.S. Circuit Court Judge Ballard decrying violence used by the Ku Klux Klan and other white supremacist organizations against African-Americans.
A letter dated 5 May 1822, from Lower Salem, Sumter District, South Carolina to Bird's son John Goodson Falls of Tuscaloosa, Alabama. Bird asked that he visit her and that she might join him in Tuscaloosa. The letter also includes news of family and friends.
A paper by Birdsong entitled "The Destruction of the University of the State of Alabama," prepared for presentation to the Alabama Historical Association in 1975.
A Birmingham (Alabama) News-Age Herald photo-essay of the University of Alabama's 1931 Rose Bowl game against Washington State University.
Two pages of the 24 August 1930 issue of the Gravure Section of the Birmingham (Alabama) News-Age Herald newspaper, depicting the UA campus as it began its centennial year.
Ledger of shipping records includes destinations, prices and kinds of coal, dates, etc.
This collection consists of a folder containing part of the program and text of the 1940 annual banquet of the Birmingham Real Estate Board, held on 16 January 1941.
A letter dated 16 December 1864, written to his father in Minnesota, while a prisoner of war at Cahaba Prison in Dallas County, Alabama.
A typescript copy of Black's autobiography, "After The Fact: 20/20 Hindsight," which covers Black's youth in Beatrice, Monroe County, Alabama, his upbringing, education, teaching career, and political life in Washington. Also, some correspondence and newspaper articles by Black.
Luella Black's autograph album is filled with rhymes and well-wishes from her friends, schoolmates and family members in Madison, Indiana. Each entry is dated and signed.
Letter from Andrew Blackman to his wife Launetta Blackman in Michigan. He discusses daily life and faith.