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).
Letter to Ettie from a friend in Maretburgh, Kentucky about crops and friends.
A ledger detailing accounts of a dry goods store in Eufaula, Barbour County, Alabama between 1922 and 1924.
The collection contains a letter from Evaline, of Bloomingburg, Ohio, to her cousin about her brief illness and the upcoming holidays. She also mentions attending the Masonic banquet to witness and celebrate the installation of new officers.
Brief letter from Bill Evans to Miss Moore of Lexington, Kentucky about moving.
A letter from Joseph D. Evans and Company of New York City, New York, to Kyle and Brothers of Lynchburg, Virginia about a tobacco order.
A collection of Judge Evans' incoming and outgoing correspondence.
Elizabeth P. Everbeck of Cincinnati, Ohio writes to friend Mary Pearce of Evanston, Illinois about her grandson's education.
Political cartoon depicting United States Senator Dixon Hall Lewis of Alabama, and Francis P. Blair, editor of the Washington Globe, discussing President James Buchanan's remarks to the Senate on the currency.
One record of measurements, amounts, and care for lumber for the F. F. Furber and Company of West Virginia.
Photocopies of reports and biographical sketches written by John Henry Faber after his retirement from the Eastman Kodak Company, as well as a section on early Alabama television.
Two letters written to Fannie (one from her mother and one from her father, both from Maine). They discuss their daily lives and society issues, including deaths.
A letter from Pat Fahey to Grace Fahey of Canton, Ohio. Pat writes from Fort Scott Camp thanking her for the dollar she sent in her letter.
Includes student papers and personal papers of J. M. Faircloth, a professor of civil engineering at The University of Alabama during the years 1961 through 1969.
Documents related to this single tax colony settled in 1894 in Baldwin County, Alabama, by reformers from Des Moines, Iowa.
Letter to Mary Joan Fairview from her relations.
A conveyance of land in Montgomery, Alabama, from John Falconer to Jonathan Mayhew, in 1823