Manuscript copy of Burns' song "The Five Carlins" contained in a letter to "Ane John Edgar, Accomptant Excise Office, Edinbh".
Collection of published articles, including correspondence relating to, drafts of, and research for the articles, as well as newspaper and journal articles that interested Dr. Burnum, photographs of colleagues and groups, certificates of achievement, and tax information.
Poem written by Frank Burrell on 24 December (probably in the early 1890s), inviting old and young to some sort of show on Christmas Eve.
Letter written by Burt on 12 February 1850, from Columbus [Georgia?], to friend her Lizzie, with news of family and friends
Genealogical research and papers compiled by Busby
Five letters and a telegram to a foundry in Delaware from various Alabama railroads concerning purchase of wheels, trucks, pinions, and other items.
Letters written to Celestia Bussell, who lived in Ballston, Saratoga County, New York, and Cambridgeport, Massachusetts. Letters discuss friends and family.
Copy of a letter written by O.T. Buswell on 22 February 1870 from Rockville, Alabama, to George P. Buswell
A letter from Corporal "Butch" to Chickie of Louisville, Kentucky about his time with the United States Army.
Bound correspondence written in 1978 to Col. Carleton K. Butler, director of the University of Alabama's Million Dollar Band.
A scrapbook by Helen N., "Nellie," Butler of Mobile, Mobile County, Alabama, consisting of clippings of newspaper articles, obituaries, poetry, marriage announcements, invitations, visiting cards, letters, prints and engravings.
Manuscript of Butterworth's book "Stock Car Racer," which was published by W.W. Norton and Company, 1966.
Manuscript (photocopy) of Bynum's book "High Tide" (published by Cross Roads Books, 1978) and research notes
This collection is a Carte de visite album of George Logan Byram, University of Alabama student from 1879 to 1881, containing photographs of the Alabama Corps of Cadets. This album contains 26 albumen photographs.
Letter from Ann C. to her sisters and brother, Sarah W., Elizabeth G. and Lenord G., telling them about her new baby boy and about the price of land and livestock.
Letter fragment from R. H. C. concerning her loneliness and having no one to "do for" anymore.
A pictorial advertisement of the farming benefits in the Demopolis, Alabama, alfalfa section.
Partial muster roll of the C.S.S. Alabama
Portions of the logs for three vessels: the U.S. Barque Virginia; the C.S.S.Alabama; and the C.S.S.Tuscaloosa. The logs document the daily weather, longitude and latitude as well as information about engagements with enemy ships. There is also a list of ships captured by the Alabama from September 5, 1862, to June 20, 1863 and copies of the correspondence between Lieutenant John Low as captain of the C.S.S. Tuscaloosa and various authorities of the British colony of the Cape of Good Hope.
Materials from the papers of this nineteenth-century Madison County, Alabama, attorney who drafted a controversial will for wealthy planter Samuel Townsend which manumitted certain slaves and designated them as Townsend's primary heirs. Selected items include Townsend's will, a deposition given by S.D. Cabaniss concerning his role in the estate, and a report by Rev. William D. Chadick discussing the prospect of settling the newly-manumitted Townsend heirs in Ohio.