The collection contains one postcard written from Rosie to her sister, Gladys Meite. The postcard is post-marked from Prairie Du Chien, Wisconsin, and addressed to Dubuque, Iowa, and discusses income taxes and social plans.
One letter from Rosie to Tomie in a Hammar, Ohio, school. The letter explains an incident for which Rosie is now in trouble.
Letters to Louise Rosso of Long Branch, New Jersey about marriage and leaving school.
E. Rothenberg of South Africa writes to Mary Freundlich of Sao Paulo, Brazil in German.
Letter from Bianca Rothschild to Kirk Douglas in November 1991 regarding his second book and her Holocaust experiences and attitudes.
A nineteenth century manuscript French/Choctaw dictionary.
Letter from Rose Rousch while visiting in Butler County, Ohio, to her friend, Katie.
A letter from Mrs. Rowe of Freemont, Pennsylvania, to her son, D. Watson Rowe of Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
J. T. Rowland of Halsey, Oregon, writes to Mr. J. H. Settlemier of Woodburn, Oregon, concerning orders and pricing of books, trees, and possibly strawberries in Settlemier's catalogue. The letter contains some spelling errors and confusing handwriting.
A letter from Roy to Elizabeth Corbin of Oxford, New York, about his upcoming trip to see her and a speaking engagement he has made.
Papers of a Confederate Army officer and Northport, Tuscaloosa County, Alabama resident, including his diary from the final months of the Civil War.
Letter from Confederate soldier stationed in Tullahoma, Tennessee, to his Mother in March of 1863, in which he refers to the fight at Murfreesboro and refers to Union soldiers stripping the people of their corn and stock.
Letter from Alex Ruckman, written in Marietta, Ohio on 29 July 1880, to Captain Clark in West Virginia, explaining his absence.
Letters from Sergent Porter B. Rudolf, Jr. and Corporal. Roy P. Rudolf to their parents in Chicago, Cook County, Illinois. The letters (the majority of which are from Roy) describe daily life in France, mainly after the cease fire on November 11, 1918, and the abundance of rumors about going or not going home.
The collection contains three letters written by Runion, stationed for basic training at Camp McCoy, Wisconsin, during World War II, to Miss Wiladean Brown in Jamestown, Indiana, providing information about daily life in the army camp.
Account book for an unidentified general store, possibly owned by T.B. Rush.
Contains almost daily entries written between April 1835 and July 1836, recording daily sales at a general store in Mount Willing, Alabama.
Presidential pardon dated 18 September 1865
Written to her brother R.D. Robbins in Andover, Massachusetts, Russy's letter details her garden of lilies and plans for pomegranate and guava trees in the future. She also tells a scandalous story about a mutual acquaintance from home whose daughter eloped with a "Dutchman" at the age of 18.
A postcard from Ruth, in Gardena, California, to her parents in Oneida, Kansas. She writes about the upcoming birth of her child.