The collection contains letters from Belle Lolita Dibley, writing from Oak Creek and Milwaukee, Wisconsin, to Arthur about an upcoming ball, the Fourth of July, Christmas, and the visit of friends.
Letters home from Dick during World War II while he received training all over the U. S. for the Air Force. He discusses military life. There is also one partial letter from Charles Collins, U.S. Air Force, to Dick.
Letter written by A.S. Dickey, a college student in Tipton, Indiana, to his friend suggesting that the recipient may have been too attentive to a female. He also speaks of several girls who are also students and says that he is studying geometry, Latin, and grammar.
Two "notebooks" filled with handwritten short stories, verse and other thoughts, written by Josef Dignan of Louisville, Kentucky.
Diary kept by Corporal Latimer N. Dike, member of the 67th Ohio Regiment in 1865.
A collection containing business correspondence and receipts of this Mobile, Alabama, partnership which included the city's Chief of Police, C. A. R. Dimon.
Letter from Dina T. (last name given but it is undecipherable) to her Uncle, written on 20 January 1901, possibly from Germany. The letter is in German and there is no translation available at this time.
Weekly bulletins from several central Alabama churches served by the Rev. Frederick Divers in the 1940s and 1950s. There are also letters and certificates of study as well as a booklet of baptismal certificates from 1933 to 1951. There are several World War II ration books and correspondence relating to the building program of Union Bethel Independent Methodist Church in Birmingham.
Letter from Divine and Ferrclo in Sycamore, Illinois, to S. E. Jones in Iowa Falls, Iowa. They discussed business involving the sale or renting of land and/or property in Iowa and Minnesota.
Newsletters of the Dixie Art Colony, 1940-1942, which was located between Birmingham and Montgomery, Alabama.
Family correspondence, newsclippings, financial records, and photos of this Alabama governor and his family.
This collection contains a letter written by Ford S. Dodds to a sibling about a friend who has moved away, the health of the family, and the state of the crops which were mostly ruined by the drought. He does say however, that fruit is abundant.
This collection contains one letter from Abigail Dodge, of Granby, New York, to her brother John Thacher Hopewell, a resident of Ontario County, New York. She discusses her dead husband, John's dead son Samuel, God's mercy, directions to her house, and praying for everyone's well-being.
A letter dated 15 February 1848, written from Mexico City to his sister, Miss A. W. Dodson, Telaga Spring, Chatooga County, Georgia.
A letter written by Kate Dole of Cincinnati, Ohio, in which she sends the remedy for a nosebleed to her friend.
One letter written by Davy to his friend or family member A. C.(Allie) Dolse ; both lived in New York City. He discussed the whereabouts and goings-on of various acquaintances and family members.
Letter to A. C. Dolsey in New York City from her employer, Harry, who was in Asheville, North Carolina. He gives her instructions regarding paperwork.
This collection is primarily made up of letters between members of this Tuscaloosa, Alabama, family between 1838 and 1883, the majority of which were written between 1850 and 1868.
A genealogical record of the ancestors of Lily Dorman Ramsey, plus family correspondence of the Dormans and Noels of Greensboro and Mobile, Alabama.
This collection consists principally of research material used in the writing of "The George Wallace Myth." Correspondence, proposals, and the book manuscript are among them. Galley proofs of two other books, "The Second Man," an overview of the changing role of the Vice Presidency and "Stockcar Butterworth," a book about stock car racing, are also part of the collection, as are poems, most of them unpublished, and copies of several published articles.