An invitation to a high school dance from Camille Wright to J.D. Robertson.
This collection contains diaries, correspondence, and other materials related to four generations of this Tennessee/Alabama family.
A letter from Lou Wright of Logansport, Indiana, to John G. Lenny of Madison, Indiana, regarding payment for land purchased by Wright.
An extensive collection of correspondence, diaries and legal and financial papers relating to John Henry Irby Wynn (1787-1854), teacher and farmer in Limestone County, Alabama, and his son Alexander Montgomery (1823-1897), daughter-in-law Martha (Curtis) Wynn (1826-1907), and grandson John Robert Wynn (ca. 1860-1896). The diaries include accounts of Alexander Wynn's trip to Arkansas in the 1850s.
This collection consists of letters and papers pertaining to various members of this large Hale County, Alabama, family. The letters are written by: Osmun Appling Wynne; his wife, Frances Laura Anderson Wynne; their children, William Appling, Martha, John, Laura, Elizabeth (Bettie), Thomas Osmun, and Julia; by the Wynne childrens' suitors, friends and spouses; and by Laura Wynne and Bestor Coleman's children and their friends.
Photocopies of sixteen letters written during the first year of the Civil War, and includes letters from William J. Hardee, Joseph E. Johnston, and Robert A. Toombs among others
A letter written to Jeanne and Goerge Young of Punta Gorda, Florida from Dot and Bud in Ethiopia about their work at the Mission.
A collection of letters home from Europe, during and immediately after World War I.
The collection contains many of the works, both published and unpublished, many in the dialect of Southern African Americans, written by Martha Young of Greensboro, Alabama, in the late 19th century and early 20th century, as well as correspondence, photographs and pictures, genealogical information on the Tutwiler and Young families, and other miscellaneous items. Martha Young was the granddaughter of Henry Tutwiler and niece of Julia Tutwiler.
Letters written to Richard 'Dick' Young from family and friends between June 11, 1943 and September 24, 1945 while he was in school or serving in the Navy at the end of World War II.
Records of this Sulligent, Lamar County, Alabama, general store which operated 1905 to 1933.
A collection of correspondence, 1861-1865, and other personal papers, as well as bills, receipts, and orders of this bakery in Mobile, Alabama, operated by Gavin Yuille (?-1849) and his sons John C. and Robert Lang Yuille (1822-?). Includes the loyalty oath taken by John C. Yuille in 1865.
Business and personal letters are addressed to Lucille Zahn of Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
This sketchbook contains nineteen pen and ink drawings that depict training drills, camp life, and social events held at Camp O'Neal, a training base located in Frascati Park in Mobile, Alabama.
The envelope is empty with a poem written on the outside, possibly about the death of Elias Zeller.
Letters, mostly written by German immigrant Marianne Zernickow of Santa Fe, New Mexico, to her son Hubert and daughter in law Norene of Pleasant Lake, Michigan, in 1971.
Letter to Frau Zimmerman written on 22 November 1917. The letter is in German and there is no translation for it at this time.
Letter to Georg L. Zimermann of Terra Haute, Indiana, written on 22 August 1921, and sent from Markgroningen, Germany. The letter is in German and there is no translation available at this time.
Li writes to Bernadette from India following bombings outside the U.S. Embassies in Kenya and Tanzania.
Mettie _____ writes to her sick aunt about the Three Mile Island accident near her home in Pennsylvania.