This collection consists of one letter from Mortimer, a member of the Union forces in central Kentucky, under the command of General Don Carlos Buell, to William Smith of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. In the letter Mortimer describes Union designs on Bowling Green, the weather, the state of his regiment's health, and other matters.
Transcript of an interview given by Mrs. Alvin Mosley of Ensley, Alabama, on Novemeber 30, 1942, on Birmingham radio station WBRC, regarding the government supervised Labor Board election at the TCI (Tennessee, Coal, Iron and Railroad Company) and the United Steelworkers of America union.
Letter from a mother to her daughter, updating her on family and friends.
Letter written in Norwegian to Ingeborg Johnson in Rhinelander, Wisconsin, from her mother.
Two letters sent to Marion Fincke at Miss Hall's School in Pittsfield, Massachusetts, from her mother in Englewood, New Jersey. Letters discussed news from home and a visit by the Fincke parents.
Letter from Mother to William, presumably her son. The letter is not dated and no location is mentioned.
Advertisement for Mother's Day from the Fox Company (photographic film) of San Antonio, Texas.
Contains one letter from Mother to her children in Richmond, Virginia, that mainly discusses financial matters and her recent ill health. Also included is a notice regarding late payment on a loan.
Two postcards from Mother, in Tacoma, Washington, to Carl and Gwen Ward in Pontiac, Illinois, describe the last portion of her return trip to Tacoma and plans for family members' travel.
Contains one letter from Lois Muffit of Reading, Michigan, to her aunt, Ellen Andrew. Lois gave Ellen updates on her father and a multitude of other family members.
A letter from E. J. Mugford to Miss M. V. Gremshire of Canada about books he has sent.
A letter from Mullen to his family describng his troops' position in Fredericksburg, Virginia.
Two letters from Sgt. Adam M. (Mac) Mummey, stationed in St. Nazaire, France, to his wife, Mrs. Gladys M. Mummey, Chillicothe, Ohio.
Contains an affidavit, newspaper clipping and the research notes compiled by lawyer John C. Morrow related to the 1921 murder of Birmingham priest Father James Coyle and the subsequent trial of Edwin Stephenson.
Letter written by Hope Murdock of Utica, New York, to her nephew, James Smith, of Buffalo, New York.
Letters to L. C. Garland, President of the University of Alabama, and to Alabama Governor John Gill Shorter, dealing with requisitions, fortifying the University campus, and cadets.
Letterbook containing the correspondence of Mobile cotton broker Joseph Murrell, dated from June to October 1861.
Edward R. Murrow writes in thanks for a recent letter of interest from a radio program listener, Miss Marian Speiden.
Written from Opossum Station, this anonymous and comical letter expresses concern for Jeff's height, referring to the comic strip Mutt and Jeff which was in syndication from 1907 to 1982.
Two letters to Bonnie Myers of Jeffersonville, Indiana, from her brother Clifford Myers and friend Robert King, both serving overseas in the U. S. Army during and after World War II. Both men talk of recent engagement and marriages among acquaintances in Jeffersonville.