Mistress of Arts diploma awarded to Stella Searcy Harris in 1884 by the Tuskaloosa Female College.
Letters to Harrison, a member of the Tuscaloosa women's literary society, the Kettledrum, relating to her book of poetry. Correspondents include Martha Young and Augusta Evans Wilson.
A collection of letters to and from Maria (Harriet Pike) Gage. She was the sister of General Zebulon Montgomery Pike, the discoverer of Pike's Peak (1779-1813), and aunt of Clarissa Brown Pike Harrison, wife of John Cleves Symmes Harrison, son of William Henry Harrison. There are also transcripts of letters from William Henry Harrison dating from 1813 to 1840.
Letters to Harrison's father and brother.
A letter from L. A. Harrison of Kingston Center, Ohio to Clifton Stark of Mansfield, Ohio about the price of Stark's old land and the breeding of horses.
This collection contains a letter written in 1908 by Harry of Stockton, California, to his cousin, Libbie, making arrangements to ship his belongings to California.
Dr. John Harthan of Peru writes to Wilma and Dr. Foord Bichowsky. The letters include the South American opinion of the United States' actions in Germany and the immigration of Jews into Peru.
In this letter to his sister, a World War I soldier discusses friends and family and states that a friend of his was killed.
This collection contains a letter to Albert A. Hartzell, a student at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York and a member of Delta Kappa Episilon fraternity, from his mother. She tells him about a young man who asked for a copy of one his father's sermons that Mr. Hartzell had compiled for publication.
Christmas card from 2nd Lieutenant Robert Haruish to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Clarke of Canton, New York.
The collection contains a bill of sale for a one-third interest in a parcel of land located in Birmingham, Alabama, owned by W. P. Harvey and being transferred to T. T. Eaton.
One letter from Lou Etta Haskett of San Marino, California, to her friend Lizzie (Mrs. John McMurry) of Seymour, Iowa, with news of a potential real estate deal and various friends.
A letter from M. K. Hatjidimitriou to John Marmarinos of Monticello, New York about collecting stamps and envelopes while in Cyprus.
The collection contains two letters from Hattie R. in Illinois, to her friend Georgia giving news of daily life, recipes, and teaching.
Letter written by Thomas Haughey of Alabama, dated December 28, 1868 and written from Washington, DC, to Ben Perley Poone providing a short biographical sketch. Mentions having to live in the north during the Civil War due to his anti-secessionist ideals.
The collection contains business letters written to Augustus Haven of Tyson Furnace, Vermont.
Diaries, letters, and other papers related to Havens's service in the European Theater of Operations, 1944-1945.
Paper entitled "Then Came the Women: The University in the Nineties," written by Bessie Leach Hayden, Dean of Women, about the first sixty years of coeducation at the University of Alabama.
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.