One postcard from Mother and Daddy of Riddle, Oregon, to Mr. and Mrs. Royce Reynolds of Harlan, Iowa. Topics discussed include family, friends, and winter weather.
William Reynolds of Indianapolis, Indiana, began this journal in 1855 while at Northwestern Christian University. It contains poems and songs, original essays, family news, and a chronicle of his 1858 journey from Indianapolis to New Orleans and back again.
Bernice Shelly writes from Tracy and Oakland, California, to P.F.C. Elmer E. Rhode, stationed in San Francisco, California, about her work as a waitress and at a factory to aid the war effort. A third letter makes a third-party reference to an encounter with Elmer Rhode written by Fred Kimball of San Francisco, California, to Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Payne of Beaver Dam, Wisconsin.
G.T.S., a librarian, invites Mr. Cale Young Rice, a friend of the library in Louisville, Kentucky, to give a talk at a staff meeting.
Letterbook containing copies of correspondence written by Montgomery, Alabama, lawyers Samuel F. Rice, John M. Chilton, Thomas G. Jones, and Ariosto A. Wiley, between 1871-1873.
Marcia Rice writes to parents, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Munn of Dummerston, Vermont, from St. Louis, Missouri while on a trip with her husband. They made a stop in New Orleans where she visited the site of the Battle of New Orleans.
Letter from Ruth Richardson, of Acton, Massachusetts to her daughter, Ann H. Thompson and grandchildren in Landgrove, Vermont.
Seven love letters from Lewis George Richter of Elmhurst, Illinois, to his sweetheart Ernestine Genevieve Kosman in Chicago, Illinois.
List of 1907 Alabama state rifle team.
Letter written on 8 April 1912 by S. H. Riggs of Weston, West Virginia, to Oscar Johnson of Waverly, West Virginia, about a dog Mr. Johnson has for sale.
V-Mail letter to Phillip Arthur Ward, a soldier in San Francisco, California, most likely in training. Relays general news from home: an upcoming vacation, health of friends, and fruits and vegetables growing in the garden. Appears to be a correspondence between mother and son.
A letter from Irma Risel written from West Germany, to her family telling them that she has made plans to come home.
A collection of publications by the poet Helen Reid Roberts. Includes copies of acceptance letters and covers of publications.
Memoir, correspondence, and other miscellaneous papers of this seaman, merchant and diplomat from Alabama.
This collection consists of a handwritten original paper and typescript copy. It contains the names of family members and stories about the family's experience during Rousseau's Raid, July 10-22, 1864, in which a Union Army force raided from Decatur, Alabama, to the southward.
This collection consists of four letters to Professor Howard Robinson, Oberlin, Ohio, three of which are from Corporal L.L. (Leonard) Beal, North Africa, and one is from First Lieutenant Donald (Don) Balassa, Corsica, during World War II. They write about the war, communism, the upcoming election, and government.
A high school scrapbook belonging to Iva Elliott Roby, who lived in Kentucky.
Performance recordings of organist Dr. Harald Rohlig, retired Professor of Music at Huntingdon College, Montgomery, Alabama. Most recordings in the collection were made at Memorial Presbyterian Church, Huntingdon College, or St. John's Episcopal Church in Montgomery, Alabama.
A letter from Roland, stationed at Camp Merritt, New Jersey, to his mother written on May 31, 1918 just before his group is deployed to Europe.
Letter written from Rosa in Leaksville, North Carolina, to friend Ella R. Crews of Spartanburg, South Carolina. She discussed her recent illness ("the grip" or influenza), gardening, planting, embroidery, jewelry, and a friend's divorce.