Letters recounting an 1820-1821 journey to Alabama by William H. Ely, Commissioner of the Connecticut Asylum for the Deaf and Dumb. The letters describe both the difficulties of his mission and the lifestyle of the early inhabitants of the state of Alabama.
Piece of silk mounted in the window of two pieces of cardboard. The card is tied with a purple ribbon and "Remembrance" is stamped in gold below the embroidered "1919 Souvenir de France."
A collection of the correspondence of O.B. Emerson, an award-winning University of Alabama English professor from 1946 to 1986, much of it with former students and other authors.
Emily of Liberty, Indiana, wrote to Catherine Newton about her brother's illness and impending death. Philander (Emily's brother) asked to be sent home to die and since arriving had been in and out of consciousness.
Emily _____ writes to her sister Mrs. C. Newton about home, friends and family.
This collection contains a letter from Emma of Madison, South Dakota, to her sister, Rhoda, about Fred's hard work in the fields and lumber yard and that it is a busy time because the harvest is just over. She also tells Rhoda that everyone has been sick, but all are better now and they are able to entertain again.
This collection contains a letter written in 1928 to Emma of Chicago, Illinios. The letter was written in Swedish and there is no translation available at this time.
Sponsored by The University of Alabama Student Government Association, the student-run Emphasis Committee organized annual symposia that featured such speakers as Robert F. Kennedy, Abraham Ribicoff, Dean Rusk, Strom Thurmond, and Roy Wilkins. Represented here are select programs, digital audio and transcripts of speeches.
Twenty-four letters from Wayne England to his parents Mr. and Mrs. A. C. England of Jamestown, Indiana. Wayne was in the Army during World War II and wrote his parents about basic training, transfers, and asked for updates on friends and the family farm.
Minutes, bank statements, correspondence, news clippings, and other materials of this Birmingham, Alabama, area organization
Notebook containing handwritten notes, including billing and account information, property dimensions, worklogs, and sketches of tools, of this Georgia-based civil engineer.
Teaching materials and clippings gathered by a Birmingham, Alabama, school teacher for use in her classroom, and in the course of her own education.
Bob Eramia of Chicago, Illinois, received these letters from the Imperial Legate of Iran, including a copy of a letter from the U.S. Deptartment of Labor obtained on Mr. Eramia's behalf by the legation. The letters concerning the immigration records of Elizabeth Ohanessian/Oganesssoff and her son and are type-written.
Two fragments of essays, one quoting a speech by Adrian Sebastian Van de Graaff.
Incorporation papers, by-laws, directors' minutes, minutes of stockholders' meetings, and related records.
Letters, newspaper clippings, meeting minutes, photos, scrapbooks, and diaries of members of this social club in Tuscaloosa, Alabama
Personal correspondence, papers relating to academic matters, a diploma, cards, maps, newspaper clippings, and photographs of Estes, his family, and friends
Handmade, handwritten booklet of arithmetic problems and answers, including problems in simple and compound subtraction, measurements, vulgar fractions, barter, foreign exchange, and simple and compound interest.
A letter from Esther to her sweetheart, George, telling about her disappointment that he hadn't been able to visit but hopes that he will be able come on the following Sunday.
Extensive genealogy notes collected by Alice Estill of Miami, Florida (probably for the purpose of joining the Daughters of the American Revolution).