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.
Photocopies of attendance and tuition records, as well as a short history of the school written by one of its teachers.
Contains articles written about and by this Methodist minister and professor of religion at the University of Alabama
Letters written by P.F.C. Julius F. "Julie" Eckart of the 671st Port Company, Transportation Corps in Iran and then with the 40th Traffic Regiment Battalion, Transportation Corps in France during World War II, to Violet Earle of Evanston, Cook County, Illinois. The letters describe the various places in Iran and France where he was stationed, his duties and the weather. This collection also contain one bulletin and two photographs of Eckart.
Everett writes to his sister about his preparations for the cold winter.
Diaries, clippings, photographs, correspondence, sheet music, and church bulletins belonging to this University of Alabama music department head.
Letter dated 1 September 1864 appointing S. W. Eddins of Tuscaloosa, Alabama, to the University of Alabama's Alabama Corps of Cadets.
Scrapbooks filled with chess moves clipped from publications and other clippings on chess champions.
Edith in St. Louis, Missouri, writes to her aunt Carrie C. Williamson of Los Angeles, California, about love and life, requesting advice.
Letters from Edith in Colorado to her mother, Maggie Williams of Ft. Collins, Colorado about treatments and surgery she had to remove cervical cancer.
Twelve love letters from Jim and an unidentified author to Allie Mae Edmondson of Heflin, Alabama.
A letter from Edna to her mother and sister, describing canning tomatoes and an illness she refers to as "my same old granny case."
Educational Media Collection spans from 1963 to 1966 and depicts different activities at the University of Alabama including homecoming activities, basketball and football games, beauty pageants, different fraternity and sorority activities, coach Hank Crisp, coach Paul Bryant, president Rose on President's Day 1964, demonstrations against Wallace, 1966 Robert F. Kennedy's visit, Lady Bird Johnson at the University, Lurleen Wallace at the University for Governors Day, and different departments faculty members. Collection consists of 220 black and white photographs.
A letter from Edward, Union soldier, from Warrington, Virginia, to his sister.
This collection contains research notes, newspaper clippings, correspondence, and other materials compiled by Charles W. Edwards and related to his study of Coffee County. The collection also includes two drafts of his completed report, County Government and County Affairs in Coffee County Alabama.
Paper titled "Inventory of Public Records in the Cherokee County Courthouse" containing an inventory of public records in the Cherokee County, Alabama, courthouse, 1882-1930.
The collection contains one letter written from George Ekin to George E. Haff. Ekin inquires whether he has offended Haff in some way. The letter contains religious overtones.
Documents, interviews, and source material used by Camille Elebash,in co-producing with Joe Terry, the documentary George Wallace: A Politician's Legacy.