A letter from Mrs. Elling of Cincinnati, Ohio to her son, Clifford Elling of Beaumont, Texas about her other children.
A ledger of the Elliott and Carl Mill which records days and hours worked by employees as well as accounts and orders for lumber.
Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Elliott of Rex, Georgia, write a brief note to Mr. W.L. Gilbert of Jonesboro, Georgia, in support of his political campaign.
Photocopies of the daybooks of John K. Elliott and his son, William M. Elliott, of the Payneville, Sumter County, Alabama area, spanning the years from 1870 through 1911.
A copy book of letters, primarily to his fiance/wife, Maud Hoskinson of Weogufka, Coosa County, Alabama.
Diary written by First Sergeant Charles Ellis of the 96th Illinois Volunteer Infantry. The diary contains daily notes concerning regimental duty in Huntsville, Alabama in 1865.
A card for Elm Grove Tourist Camp of Clinton, Tennessee featuring a poem and the amenities of the camp.
In this love letter to Ann French in Fairfield, Kentucky, Elmer asks her to write him longer letters, and he cautions her against drinking too much milk and gaining weight.
Photocopies pertaining to the genealogy of Elmore and Bellingrath families, who were historically prominent in Alabama.
Ledger kept by the Elmore County, Alabama Jury Board from 1931 to 1935.
Four letters sent from this Montgomery, Alabama, officer in the 1st Alabama Cavalry describing troop movements, skirmishes, battles, and life in the camp, as well as the Jewish soldiers from Montgomery.
A letter from Dr. B. C. Elms of Kalkaska, Michigan, to H. King about a bill.
Elsie writes to her friend, Antona, from Pass-A-Grille Beach in Florida, where she is on vacation with her daughter, Sandy.
Letters recounting an 1820-1821 journey to Alabama by William H. Ely, Commissioner of the Connecticut Asylum for the Deaf and Dumb. The letters describe both the difficulties of his mission and the lifestyle of the early inhabitants of the state of Alabama.
Piece of silk mounted in the window of two pieces of cardboard. The card is tied with a purple ribbon and "Remembrance" is stamped in gold below the embroidered "1919 Souvenir de France."
A collection of the correspondence of O.B. Emerson, an award-winning University of Alabama English professor from 1946 to 1986, much of it with former students and other authors.
Emily of Liberty, Indiana, wrote to Catherine Newton about her brother's illness and impending death. Philander (Emily's brother) asked to be sent home to die and since arriving had been in and out of consciousness.
Emily _____ writes to her sister Mrs. C. Newton about home, friends and family.
This collection contains a letter from Emma of Madison, South Dakota, to her sister, Rhoda, about Fred's hard work in the fields and lumber yard and that it is a busy time because the harvest is just over. She also tells Rhoda that everyone has been sick, but all are better now and they are able to entertain again.
This collection contains a letter written in 1928 to Emma of Chicago, Illinios. The letter was written in Swedish and there is no translation available at this time.