This collection contains a letter written by Caroline C. Whitaker to Mrs. Bangs while visiting a friend in Colchester, Connecticut. She is on her way to see her sister Julia in Willington, Connecticut and writes of her brother in California who has recently purchased an interest in one of the mines. The contents of the letter cover the rest of the family as well as the local religious community.
Notebook containing a roster and brief history of Company I of the Fourth Virginia Volunteer Infantry, a regiment formed by students enrolled at Washington College (later Washington and Lee University).
Letter from Marcus White to his wife in Worcester, Massachesetts, describing the train ride to New York City and his fun-filled activities while there.
Whiteman, Crew & Co. of Knoxville, Tennessee, shipping bill to Joseph Johnston & Co. of Madisonville, Tennessee. Contents shipped on the steamboat Grid in the Holston River bound for Decatur.
Papers of this Marengo County, Alabama, plantation family including correspondence, financial papers and business receipts, land sale documents, and Nathan Bryan Whitfield's presidential pardon.
A letter from Mike Whitners to his grandmother while aboard the USS Yosemite on a cruise through the Mediterranean.
Record book of Chaplain Benjamin Franklin Whittemore of the Fifty-Third Massachusetts, describing the military service of its members
Letters between Peyton Norvell Wiggins and his father and stepmother, Charles Ruben Wiggins, Sr. and Elizabeth Toombs Wiggins.
Copy of typed script of speech given by Judge Horace C. Wilkerson to the Optimist Club (sponsored by Mobile Real Estate Association) on September 17, 1953.
Legal documents, financial records, correspondence, and other personal papers of this Tuscaloosa County probate judge in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
A letter from Gertie Williams of Barcelona, Venezuela, to Ruth and Denny Collins of Hooven, Ohio, about gifts for her daughter's (Linda) graduation.
Hank Williams shakes the hand of a young fan in this black and white image.
Letters and artifacts from the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries of this large rural Alabama family.
Three documents relating to the hire of a slave named Alexander, owned by Mrs. Sarah Williams, by a M. Stanly of Maysville, Kentucky.
This collection consists of one letter from Willis, a soldier in the 60th Massachusetts Volunteer Militia, to his parents, written from Camp Burnside, Indianapolis, Indiana, where the unit was guarding Confederate POWs, on 5 November 1864.
Receipts from grocers, clothing sellers, and other Mobile, Alabama, merchants detailing personal expenditures; also includes seventy-six letters, mostly relating family news.
The collection contains a letter written by Willy from San Francisco, California, to his mother. It is written in German and a translation is unavailable at this time.
Correspondence, newspaper clippings, and a bound manuscript of the 19th-century author Augusta Evans Wilson of Mobile, Alabama.
One letter from Melva Wilson of Portsmouth, Virginia, to her friend Ruth Bradshaw in Jefferson, Virginia. Melva told Ruth about letters from Matthew (likely her son), her health, her husband's work schedule, and new stores opening in Portsmouth.
Family members Polly Wilson and Sally Hill say their goodbyes to Mrs. Robert Hill whose health is quickly declining.