Letters and photographs from the governors of the 50 United States providing general information about each state, including each state's government (number of state senators and representatives), the state flower, bird, and tree, and the population according to the United States Census of 1970
Paper by Dunn entitled "The Annual Miss Winterboro High School Beauty Pageant and its Significance to the Community."
Partial letter to Durand from a female writer giving him news and gossip about their friends and acquaintances.
A letter from Cyrus Durley of Kennebunkport, Maine to R. A. Murdock of Roxbury, Massachusetts about the season's crops.
Scrapbook of Kate H. Durr, given to her on Christmas Day, 1892, by her Aunt Kate. The scrapbook is filled with newspaper articles of varying subjects.
Letters, newspapers, miscellaneous documents from the Durst family. There is also a World War I era panoramicphotograph and United Stated Service, or Blue Star Mother's flag.
A letter from A.W. Dwight to C.E. Smith, Esq. on January 9, 1862, discussing the reading and writing of personal journals as well as some general comments about the progress of the war.
The collection contains one letter from E. F. Sise and Company and is a bill for freight and expenses for coal for the Salmon Falls Company.
Letter to Mrs. Gould from E.J. in Madison, Georgia, discussing rumors about an engaged couple and another rumor about a doctor. Letter marked "Private."
A letter from W. Eackart of Hampden, Maryland, to George with questions about the law and news of acquaintances from home.
Letters to Lucy Bennett Eaddy of La Crosse, Virginia and Pelzer, South Carolina, from her husband, Dr. J. D. Eaddy, before and after their marriage, as well as from various friends.
A letter written by W. Eager to Elsie from The Quincy Hotel in Boston, Massachusetts, sending his condolences on the death of Elsie's mother.
Letter written by James I. Earle, on 23 May 1867, thanking an unidentified woman for her kindness toward his son, Edgar, during a recent illness.
Correspondence dealing with Earle's tenure as a congressman representing South Carolina, and genealogical papers of Earle's grandson, Samuel M. Earle.
Newspapers, magazines, and other miscellaneous materials dating from about 1915 through 1954
Documents from the mid nineteenth century, including store and tax receipts, court orders, letters, property appraisals, etc., from Alabama, Tennessee, and Mississippi, mainly pertaining to West Alabama.
Applications for land grants and for the purchase of land, mainly in Marengo and Washington counties in Alabama. There are also a few other legal documents pertaining to disputed applications.
Tuition receipts, a printed announcement, and a clipping, from several schools, primarily in Alabama.
Paper providing a brief history of the church and its founders. Also includes a list of members and description of church teachings.
Letters, written by Benjamin F. Eborn between 1884 and 1885 to his sweetheart (later his wife), Corinne Peteet Eborn. There are also other letters to Corinne from various family members, including her father, W.Y. Peteet, mother-in-law, Bettie Eborn, and her sister, Mary P. Jones.