Letter from William C. Hayne of Charleston, South Carolina, to Lewis Bristol of New Haven, Connecticut, discussing immigrating to Alabama.
A letter from Samuel J. Hays of Jackson, Madison County, Tennessee, to Andrew Jackson, announcing his embrace of Christianity, November 16, 1842.
Letter and photograph, from Hayslette in Conde, France, to "My Dear Mother," thanking her for a Christmas parcel and expressing longings for home.
Joyce Hayward writes from Australia to Mrs. Fitzsimons of La Grange, Illinois about her factory job supporting World War II.
This collection contains one handwritten letter to E. P. Haybeard of Providence, Rhode Island, from his cousin, M. H. Hazeltrine of Louisville, Kentucky. Haybeard offers condolence in the death of Hazeltrine's sister, and he mentions going east to visit friends and his sister.
Contains scrapbook kept by Jesse C. Hearne Jr., highlighting events of the Y.M.C.A. and Y.W.C.A. groups on the University of Alabama campus in 1936. It is primarily newspaper clippings, but there are 13 photographs.
A ledger contains daily entries for purchases from this Carlowville and Richmond, Dallas County, Alabama general store owned by Joseph Zeb Hearst.
Typescript transcriptions of twenty-one letters written by Confederate soldier Joseph Zebulon Hearst between May 1862 and December 1864.
Letters written by Dr. Townsend Heaton, a member of the 70th Ohio Volunteer Infantry during the Civil War
Letters from seven former students while prisoners of war in northern prison camps, requesting food, clothing, books, tobacco, and money.
A letter from Della Hedrick of May City, Iowa, to her cousin about life at home.
A letter written by Heile to a Mr. Reynolds on 27 May 1928. It is evidently a response to Reynolds'inquiry about reminiscences of the "Greatest man the world has ever known": Abraham Lincoln. Heile thus recounts a childhood meeting with Lincoln shortly after the election of 1860, her memories of his assassination and of his body lying in state in Chicago, and of going to school with Lincoln's son Tad after his father's assassination.
One letter from Em to her friend Lloyd Heinselman of Plymouth, Iowa. She told him news of friends in the military.
A letter written by David and Anita Helsing to the members of Stony Lane Baptist Church about their work in England
A diploma for having completed the course of study at Tuscaloosa Female Academy, Tuscaloosa, Alabama
Two poems Henderson submitted for publication in the Alabama Bible Society Quarterly in 1962 and related correspondence.
Writings of James A. Henderson of the Twelveth Iowa Volunteer Infantry Regiment while stationed at Centre, Alabama, in December 1865.
Correspondence, concert programs, and other documents from this Tuskegee Institute graduate
Scrapbooks of this Tuscaloosa, Alabama, women's organization documenting their monthly meetings, trips, and events.
The Alexander Hicks Letters contain three letters written probably during or shortly after the conclusion of the American Civil War. Hicks writes that he is in reasonably good health, his company of soldiers has an abundance of clothes and food, and hopes to return home soon. One letter, written from Hicks' sister, begs to know if he is dead or alive.