Letter from Walter R. Way, written on February 1, 1916, to unnamed loved ones. The entire letter is a passionate argument against the isolationists and pacifists in the United States before the first world war.
Letter written on 4 August 1865 to Orrville Wayne. The letter is in German and no translation is available at this time.
The collection contains a letter from William S. Weatherstone of Toronto, Canada, to the Pentucket Stamp Company in Haverhill, Massachusetts about collecting and dealing in stamps and his own stamp and postcard collections primarily consisting of Revolutionary postage.
A letter written from S/Sgt. Robert K. Webb to Mr. Howard Robinson of Oberlin, Ohio, describing cutting bamboo in the Philippines as well as a course in American government he will be teaching while stationed there.
Three composition books filled with collections of quotations and illustrations and one book of devotions.
One letter written by N. Weese of Little York, Illinois, to her friend Madeline Lowe of Des Moines, Iowa. She shared news of family and friends.
Correspondence, photocopies of the Torah and other religious documents, scholarly work in English and Hebrew, materials relating to the Judaic Studies series of The University of Alabama Press, and other materials produced and gathered by this University of Alabama professor.
Three letters from Weir ______, who served in France in a field hospital during World War I.
One school composition written by Lillie Weis of Ohio about her summer trip to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
An autograph book containing signatures of classmates, teachers, and others, and two newspaper clippings.
Letter from Walter H. Welker, stationed at Camp Upton in Yaphank, New York, during World War I, to his aunt, Wilma Welker, Adirondack Mountains, New York, August 28, 1918, in which he notes that he is a musician and states "The major called me over the other day about organizing a band."
Letter written by J. V. Welles of Benton, Saline County, Arkansas, on 11 August 1885, to Charles Tete of Pennsylvania.
Contains two letters from Lieutenant Charles Herbert Wells while "somewhere in France" with the 128th Field Artillery of the American Expeditionary Forces, to his sister, Edna C. Wells, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in 1918. In the letters Herbert tells Edna about his experiences in France and describes French reaction after armistice was declared.
Letters written to Helen Wells of Battle Creek, Michigan, by Henry in 1935 and 1936.
This collection contains a letter Lizzie C. Weslow wrote to her cousin Libbie from Dresden, Germany. She included a likeness of herself and asked for news of Libbie's upcoming wedding.
Papers of West Alabama AIDS Outreach, including scrapbooks and notebooks as well educational programs.
Letter from H. V. West to his siblings, telling about the last of the sugar harvest and other family news.
Two prints of men at the Westervelt Lodge in Aliceville, Alabama.
The collection contains one postcard written from J. Wetz to Arch H. Stuart, in Dubuque, Iowa. Wetz is most likely providing news of mutual acquaintances, including at least one reference to a soldier who fought in the American Civil War.
This collection consists of one letter from Lucius D. Whaley at Frankfort, Kentucky, to his sister Mary M. Whaley of East Cleveland, Ohio, 23 November 1862. The letter is written on stationery with a engraving illustrating "Desperate Bayonet Charge at the Battle of Winchester" [today labeled the First Battle of Kernstown], March 23 1862. The accompanying envelope is also illustrated with a scene depicting a soldier bidding his wife or girlfriend farewell, the words "The Girl I Left Behind Me" beneath it, and below them a stanza from an unattributed poem. Whaley was evidently a convalescing soldier about to be discharged and sent home, and that subject occupies the bulk of his letter.