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.
Two letters from Harriet Myers of Lawrence, Kansas, discussing daily life, to her granddaughter Hattie Myers, also of Kansas.
Jaap Mynheer of Zwolle, Holland, writes to friend Jo-Anne Liebenberg of Bronxville, New York, about foreign perceptions of American universities, a coming depression, and meeting Donald B. Watt, the director of the "Experiment in International Living."
A poem equating flowers with human virtues by an unknown author.
Programs, a newsletter, and themed Mardi Gras beads for the 2004 and 2005 Bal Masques held in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, benefiting West Alabama AIDS Outreach
The collection contains postcards written both to and from different members of the Nagel family. The postcards describe daily life in Dubuque, Iowa, during and after World War II.
Miscellaneous papers and photographs of PFC Ely Naparstek of Cincinnati, Ohio.
A letter from Frank Nash of Oskaloosa, Iowa, to Zoe Seevers about a collection of bills and receipts relating to a building.
The collection consists of documents generated or received by The National Committee to Abolish the Poll Tax, 1940-1964.
The records consist of documents generated or received by the Planning Committee, at Tuskegee (1915-30; from 1930-32 it was located at Howard University Medical School; further records from 1933-36 were located at Tuskegee) for the National Negro Health Week.
A broadside by this neo-Nazi organization, with headquarters in Birmingham, Alabama, that warned members of a splinter group, the American States Rights Party.
Scrapbook containing handwritten notes and newspaper clippings related to Philip P. Neely's writings
A letter from Nellie to her cousin, Will, about a friend's new typewriter and the death of Uncle Albert.
A letter from Ford W. Henry of Toledo, Ohio, to Mrs. Jakey about hog prices.
One letter from George Nelson, an Army corporal in San Francisco, California, to his grandmother, Mrs. C. O. Peterson of Bemidji, Minnesota. He asked about her recent move from country to city and told of happenings at his camp.
Letter from Nelson in Rock Island, Illinois, to John H. Hamberg, also in Rock Island. Nelson reports the names of the Minute Men under his direction.