A letter and an ink drawing from Sam Groff to his parents in Ridgefield, Washington. In 1917, Groff was in Vallejo, California, probably in naval basic training.
Contains six letters belonging to sisters Mollie Grose of Cincinnati and Maria Evaline Grose Byrn of New Albany, Indiana and later Byrnville, Indiana. The letters are from family and friends. They discuss death, injuries, daily life, and mention soldiers boarding trains to fight in Sherman's army.
Collection of pre- and post- Civil War letters and genealogies (all photocopies), as well as minutes for the New River Baptist Church, in Fayette County, Alabama, from 1826-1911.
Typescript reminiscences of the years when he was a "paying guest" at Mrs. Ellen Peter Bryce's house.
A letter from Private Christian l. Gruen, written on 30 July 1918, to Miss Katie Gruen of Borden, Clark County, Indiana.
Two letters written by Richard A. Geuss to the editiors of the Lenora News and the Hill City Times newspapers, both of Kansas. Letters contain ads to be placed in the papers about land for sale in Graham County.
The collection contains illustrated envelopes donated by Dr. Wade Hall. The illustrations on the envelopes range from simple to highly ornate.
Materials related to the organization's activities, including its statement of purpose, membership applications and rolls, correspondence, newspaper clippings, works of members, announcements, calendars, newsletters, minutes, and financial records.
Documents dealing with various financial considerations concerning mortgages, bonds, consolidations, etc., between 1912 And 1914
Account and invoice ledgers of Alex Gunn's Thomasville, Clarke County, Alabama store from 1909 to 1914.
Minutes of the Board of Alderman, Gurley, Madison County, Alabama from 16 December 1913 through 8 October 1920
Ledger that shows the day-to-day finances of the store, including who bought what items and the price paid
A young girl, probably pre-teen or early teen age, Lillian Hackney describes in her diary her daily activities during a vacation taken in 1937.
Typescript of Confederate soldier Columbus L. Hadaway's military memoir.
Correspondence, school papers, clippings, and photographs.
Two letters sent to George W. Haglund of Red Oak, Iowa. One letters was from the endowment committee of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows branch in Des Moines, Iowa, asking for his assistance in soliciting funds, and the other from his father J. W., discussing mainly financial matters.
Newsletter from the Montgomery County Bar Association that contains information on the history of the Montgomery Law School in Montgomery, Alabama.
This collection consists of one letter from Ward to his father, dated 28 July  and written at Ft. Ward. The plastic cover in which the letter was housed on arrival identifies Ward as a member of the 166th Regiment, Ohio Volunteers, a unit that was stationed at Ft. Ward from May to September 1864. The unit also too part in defending the city from Confederate General Jubal Early's raid of 11-12 July 1864, although that episode is unmentioned in this letter. Indeed, almost the whole of the letter relates to the health of Hale and his comrades in arms.
Letter written on 23 September 1889 by Maud Hale to Rose from Pleasant View. In it she tells Rose the news of various family and friends.
Business letters to Addin Lewis in New Haven, Connecticut, from Hall in Mobile, Alabama, 10 March and 15 April 1837 and 17 August 1840.