This collection includes a committee report; a list of donors to the Crimson Pride membership drive, 1986-1987; histories of the national alumni association and local chapters; information on the rededication of Denny Chimes in 1987; newspaper clippings about coaches Ray Perkins and Paul "Bear" Bryant; and other information on the history and alumni of the University of Alabama.
Records of this early Alabama society, including correspondence, reports, newsletters, and photographs.
Contains 18 bulletins and exhibition announcements of this state-wide artists' organization
A collection containing meeting minutes, correspondence, the organization's constitution and by-laws, photographs, and other materials.
Variety of records of the Alabama Association of Historians from 1993-2009
Correspondence, manuscripts, signed book pages, publication announcements, catalogs, and newspaper clippings related to the careers of several Alabama authors as well as the Alabama Writers Conclave and the Birmingham Branch of the National League of American Pen Women.
A collection of court records from the Alabama Circuit Court's 17th District, including minutes and trial, appearance, and subpoena dockets, 1820-70.
Primarily records of suits for debt, arranged chronologically, by circuit court and county court, including judge's dockets.
A collection of audiotapes and typed transcripts of interviews conducted with former members of the Alabama Citizen's Council from Tuscaloosa, Centerville, Birmingham, and other chapters across Alabama, by students in Dr. Culpepper Clark's SCT 536 class, spring 1979. Interviewees included both men and women and they were asked about the membership and motivations of the organization, reactions to Autherine Lucy's enrollment at the University of Alabama, the role of their chapters during the Civil Rights movement in Alabama, and related topics.
Correspondence, annual reports and audits, maps, and other material related to coal and iron production in Alabama.
This collection currently includes a catalogue of Alabama Central College for Young Ladies (also called Alabama Central Female College), a Baptist-affiliated school in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, from 1902. The college was in its 44th year, with B. F. Giles serving as President.
Photocopy of an open letter from the General Counsel for the Alabama Conservative Party denouncing a symposium of "conservative" steps being presented to the Young Republican National Federation Executive Committee, on February 5, 1966.
Minutes and roll of Alabama's delegation, who were "accredited to the Baltimore and Richmond Democratic convention" in Richmond, Virginia, in 1860.
Letters, poll lists, and ephemera relating to the Democratic Party of Alabama.
Record book containing letters, records of members' disputes, meeting minutes, and other materials
Several articles and flyers about Alabama elections from the early 20th century.
A typescript copy of an address delivered by Sallie Hill at the April 20, 1960, meeting of the Alabama Historical Association. The address, "Alabama Food Ways," describes traditional southern food and food history.
The business records of a firm with extensive mine holdings in Alabama, including minutes of stockholders meetings, 1917-1953, minutes of the board of directors, 1927-1953, and miscellaneous material.
Miscellaneous deeds, certificates, bills of sale, legal suits, court orders, and bonds pertaining to various regions or persons in Alabama. Includes a copy of the post-Civil War loyalty oath.
Letters, receipts, and transcribed copies of newspaper articles pertaining to notable Alabama hotels, including the Exchange Hotel (Montgomery), the Morris Hotel (Birmingham), the Battle House (Mobile), the DeKalb Hotel (Fort Payne), Fruithurst Inn (Fruithurst), the Alabama Inn (Livingston), Mansion House (Mobile), the Green Bottom Inn (Huntsville), and the Point Clear Hotel (Point Clear).