Five letters (three holographs and two typescripts), written on United States Senate stationery, by Joseph Forney Johnston from March 26, 1910 to April 10, 1910, regarding his support of the Telepost Bill.
Letters written by Amy, William Jr., and Jack while William and Jack were in the Armed Services during World War II -- William with the 363rd Infantry, 91st Division in Italy and Jack with the 642nd Engineer Company in New Guinea. Three other letters are written by family friends to Mr. and Mrs. William Jolley.
Letters written by Lietenent Alfred E. Jones of the Medical Corps of the American Expeditionary Forces in Germany and France during World War I to his sisters, Catherine M. "Kit" Jones and Anna E. Jones, both of Chicago, Illinois. There is also a letter to Catherine "Kitty" Jones from Emma L. Houlsby of Chicago, Illinois, asking Kitty for her brother's (John's) address. One postcard to Catherine "Kitty" M. Jones, Chicago, Illinois and from Private Joseph F. Durkin, serving in France, February 1, 1919.
Letter from Ann Jones to Liza, filled with news about various friends.
Ledger of this Talladega County, Alabama, general store
The collection consists of documents generated or received by Lewis Wade Jones while working as a professor at Tuskegee Institute and serving as director of the Tuskegee Institute Rural Development Center.
A collection of papers written by and related to Thomas G. Jones. Correspondence includes letters written about Jones' service in the Civil War and an open letter to B.B. Comer. Other papers are written about Jones.
Contains news from a boat worker to his mother and father about a pending departure, helpful suggestions for money and the use of a car battery, and when he will be ashore again.
This collection consist of 271 color photographs of the Jubilee Singers of the University of Alabama their director, Dr. Frederick Prentice on their 1972 and 1973 concert tour of northeast Alabama.
Letter to Julie from Mother relating the news about friends and family members.
This collection consists of thirty-one letters from John. A. Jungwirth, United States Navy, to his girlfriend, Marie Andres, Detroit, Michigan, during World War I. These letters are dated from Jun 7, 1918, to September 13, 1919. His letters discuss his duties at Camp Paul Jones and Camp Luce, Illinois, and later aboard the U.S.S. Missouri and the U.S.S. Wisconsin. He was for a time in the U. S. Naval Hospital at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Postcard from Elizabeth ("Betty") M. Karcher in Alhambra, California, on 19 February 1943, to her family in Battle Creek. Michigan, telling them that she would be starting an aircraft drafting course the following month.
Contract making Kate Beatty, a Tuscaloosa, Alabama, resident, a member of the Birmingham Bridal Gift Association. This Association had annual dues and presented brides with a cash gift at the time of marriage.
Diploma awarded in 1858 to Susan E. Kean, by the La Grange Female College in La Grange, Tennessee.
Credentials of James W. Keating's appointment by Secretary of State, John Hay, as Consular Agent to Port aux Basques, Newfoundland, in 1902.
Seven letters sent to Edwin Keiger of the 53rd North Carolina Regiment, 1862-1863.
One letter written by Francis William Kellogg to the Secretary of the United States Navy recommending Malcolm Maurice Moore to the Naval School at Annapolis.
This collection contains letters to Margaret Kennedy from two airmen, Homer Hendon and Harold Wallace. The letters discuss life in military service at Maxwell airfield in Alabama.
Jane Kent used this notebook during her college studies of English: Shakespeare, Modern Drama, Essays of Francis Bacon, and classical poetry.
John L. Kent of Garnerville, New York, wrote to Lewis Ottenberg about stamp collecting. The letter is on common paper, but the elaborate letterhead appears to be hand drawn in black with green and yellow accents.