Contains one letter from Cora and Ed of Ellendale to Cora's family. She discusses livestock, crops, and financial matters, and talks of an upcoming picnic with the "Old Soldiers."
Letter from Cora to her brother Frank. She speaks of news from home and of reading Little Lord Fauntleroy.
Miscellaneous financial documents and copy of General Order NO. 38-A, American Expeditionary Forces, February 28, 1919 (letter from General John J. Pershing to soldiers at the end of World War I).
The University of Alabama yearbook, The Corolla, was first published in 1893 and has been published every year since that date.
A letter from Nathaniel Cotton of Cambridge, Massachusetts, to his brother, Leonard Cotton of Portsmouth, New Hampshire, about the health of family members, business and the new year.
A collection of manuscripts and publications from Alabama sci-fi/horror writer Mary Elizabeth Counselman
Written by an unknown author, The Country Physician poetically traces the challenging life of a country doctor.
Letters to Elmer Countryman of Rochelle, Illinois, from his fiance, Alice, and a friend, Bruce W. McHenry, written between 1889 and 1893.
Seven letters from Dr. George Denny attempting to coax Counts back to the University of Alabama
Scrapbook documenting the history of the Tuscaloosa (Alabama) Home Demonstration Club and includes photos, newspaper clippings, and club documents.
Letter written by Private First Class George F. Courtney, serving in the Medical Department of the 7th Field Artillery Regiment of the American Expeditionary Forces in France in 1918, to his parents, Will and Hettie Courtney of Urbana, Champagne County, Illinois.
Handwritten indenture document, dated 1 January 1704, by which Peter Courtney of Middlesex County, England, leased a property, "Eagle Hollow" or "Parks Suggs," to Samuel Rogers of Cornwall County, England.
Card announcing the death of Col. Andrew Cowan.
Photographic scrapbook of sports-related activities and student pasttimes at the University of Alabama, circa 1915.
A mimeographed copy of a typed manuscript about the Cowart family history compiled by Fletcher J. Cowart of Troy, Alabama, in 1883.
Photocopies of the diary and essays written by John H. Cowin of Green County, Alabama covering events from 22 April through 13 November 1861 as well as a smaller diary for the month of January 1863. There is also a presidential pardon and oaths of allegiance certificates for Samuel Cowin, as well as photocopies of miscellaneous documents including Alabama tax statements from 1875 and 1877 and newspaper clippings.
Letter from uncle in Mt. Vernon, Alabama, to niece in Brooklyn, New York, telling her about the yellow fever outbreak in Mobile.
The collection contains nine letters to members of the Coyner family of Colfax, Indiana. The letters are to Jake Coyner, Morton Coyner, Florence (Mrs. Morton Coyner), and someone greeted as "Friend Mike." All of the letters to Morton Coyner are from his sister Lollie, who evidently lived in California. Five of the six letters to Jake Coyner are from Violet Loutzenhiser of Butler, Indiana. The letters deal with everyday life. Elizabeth Hudson's letter mentions seeing D. W. Griffith's movie Birth of a Nation.
J.M. Craft, a veteran living in a U.S. Soldier's Home in Kansas City, Missouri, writes about his daily life.
Two bound notebooks of handwritten lecture notes made by Walter R. Crane