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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
Diary of Union soldier during the final year of the Civil War.
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.
A letter from Forrest Neumeyer, a soldier in the American Expeditionary Forces during World War I, to Ruth Frantz of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, about the rainy and cold conditions overseas.
Neva writes from Ohio to her boyfriend, whose business ventures have taken him to Indiana. She mentions outings with female friends and moving arrangements, and asks for news from him.
A collection of bills of lading and receipts for freight costs, passage, storage, and other documents, relating to steamboat lines, mostly within Alabama, plus some receipts from stagecoaches, warehouse and storage companies, and railroads.
Several pages from a New England almanac printed in 1803.
The signatures of the members of this Methodist Church in Newbern, Perry County, Alabama, in 1950
A register of members of several churches in this Perry County, Alabama, circuit and minutes of quarterly conferences. The collection includes records pertaining to Newbern, Craig's Chapel, Flatwoods, Hamburg, Mt. Carmel, Wesley's Chapel, and Scott's Station churches.
Letters to the Newell family in Lima, Ohio, 1900-1917. Most have been written by other Newell family members and contain news of acquaintances, leisure activities in New York state, and other daily news.
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