Letter from H.S.C. Matom to his nephew (no location is given). The letter discusses the death of a loved one and crop prices. Many words are spelled phonetically.
The Matthews Family Papers contain letters written to and from members of the W. B. Matthews family in Atlanta and contains one recommendation letter from W. E. B. DuBois. A series of letters written by Joseph Cotter Jr. discuss race relations during World War I
This collection contains four letters from Gravelly Springs, Alabama pertaining to ordinance returns and bills for Captain Clarence Mauck of the 4th U.S. Cavalry.
This is an 1861 letter from Joel Maxon to friends or relatives. He inquires about the well-being of several friends and relatives.
Papers of this Alabama author and foreign correspondent include diaries, African American folk songs and recordings, plays, novels, short stories, articles, and correspondence with twentieth-century writers including H. L. and Sara Mencken, Joseph Hergesheimer, Jim Tully, and Robert Hillyer.
A record of purchases from a general store in Maysville, Madison County, Alabama
Correspondence, manuscripts, and ledgers written by members of the McAdory and Huey families of Bessemer, Marion, and Talladega, Alabama
This collection contains a letter written by B. F. McAtle of Reading, Pennsylvania, to A. O. Hewitt of Bainbridge, Ohio, about his share of the inheritance of Ms. Pepple. He claims to be entitled to 1/7 of her property in the amount of $731 plus interest and gives instructions for settling the estate. A note written on the envelope states that the letter was answered in 1877 with an offer of $375.
One letter written by Packard's Resort owner Jessie McCabe of Crandon, Wisconsin, to Gerald Von Seeger of Morton, Illinois, in response to his reservation request.
Financial records and ledgers of McCall's Dixonville Racket Store, a general store in the Brewton, Escambia County, Alabama, area. Also includes correspondence, Mormon church records, mortgage deeds, and cotton acreage allotments.
Letter to J. M. McCandless from E. A. Yewman, written on 21 March 1850, about various friends and acquaintances.
Letter to Mrs. E. McClain in Iowa City, Iowa, from an unknown creator, possibly her husband. Letter discusses an upcoming trip and family matters.
Ellen G. McClaire of Coefax, Iowa, wrote to her husband E. McClaire, a judge in Des Moines, Iowa. She mentioned living quarters and shopping with their daughter Gwendolyn.
Collection includes the photograph and diary of a Civil War soldier from Pennsylvania, who died during the battle of Gettysburg.
Sketches, quotations, brief journal entries, and several letters.
Diary of young woman in Depression-era Alabama.
Dr. James R. McConochin of Murfreesborough, perhaps in Tenneessee, writes to brother-in-law Daniel J. Glaughter at the Culpeper Court House, Virginia, of his wife's illness, his medical practice, and the search for a new servant.
A collection of correspondence, clippings, scrapbooks, and photographs.
One letter from Emma of Pueblo, Colorado, to Mary McCully (her mother) and Lue (presumably another relative) of Guthrie Center, Iowa. Letter talked mainly of her children and an upcoming visit.
This collection mainly contains correspondence from Emma O. Lundberg to her nephew Clarence McDermaid discussing events in her everyday life, family and friends, trips, and holidays. There is a large amount of general correspondence from Katharine Lenroot to both Minnie and Clarence consisting of holiday cards and letters discussing daily events, family members, and the illnesses of Emma Lundberg. Emma Lundberg and Katharine Lenroot were both child welfare activist and were pioneers in this field. They mention work in Washington D.C. and Wisconsin involving this field.