Mary M. Shepard writes to her friend, Dora E. Durkee of Conneaut, Ohio, about the weather in Pittsfield, Pennsylvania, and the activities of their mutual friends.
This collection contains one letter from Lieutenant Colonel Harvey Sheppard in Sheffield, Alabama, to Colonel John Pohl in Newport News, Virginia, regarding their mutual interest in Confederate stamps.
Letter to Edward Sherlock from C. Bowen, written in Waterford on 28 June 1858, about a shortage in the wool Sherlock had sent to be sold.
Letters regarding family news, moving from Oregon to Canada, and other topics between members of this family in New York, Maryland, and Oregon.
Mary L. Sherrill of South Hadley, Massachusetts sends a Christmas postcard to Mr. and Mrs. C. Caldwell Sherrill of Cincinnati, Ohio. Wedding congratulations are written on a postcard with a picture of a snowy street.
Letters to and from Peggy Sherrill discussing the birth of her son and the will of a family member.
Short letter written by John A. Simpson on Cavalier Hotel (Washington, D.C.) stationery, mentioning a pending meeting in Lima on 22 January.
This fragment of a letter was written by Russell Simpson of Mobile, Alabama about the sale of cotton.
One typewritten letter from Sam Sims of Pontiac, Illinois, to his wife Clara, who is away on a visit in Elgin, Illinois. He wrote with updates of various friends and family members.
Easter Sunday worship bulletin for the 66th Infantry Training Regiment, Chapel #23.
A letter from Willis Skillman to his mother, Mrs. W. B. Skillman of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on her birthday.
Numerous legal papers pertaining to the slander case of John Berry versus James Latham, in Jackson and Madison Counties, Alabama, 1830-34, and that of Alanson Huff versus Cowart et al., Madison County, 1831-1833. These appear to have been collected by James W. Bragg for a paper delivered to the Alabama Historical Association in 1957. A photocopy of Bragg's paper, "Captain Slick, Arbiter of Early Alabama Morals," and another by Jack K. Williams, "Crime and Punishment in Alabama, 1819-1940" are included in the collection.
Smith, a photographer, writes from Port Tampa, Florida to "all at home" about his travels in Florida and plans to visit Cuba.
A letter from Charles Smith to his friend Will in which Smith discusses his recent move to Lexington, Massachusetts, to attend business school.
D. S. Smith surveys land for the G. B. & M. Railroad. He provides two sketches of section 32, township 24 including the proposed path of the railroad track.
The collection contains a letter written by Mr. D. S. Smith of Seymour, Wisconsin, to Mr. A. J. Thompson about the reconstruction of a fence to meet certain dimensional requirements.
The Eugene Allen Smith Collection spans more than four decades from the late nineteenth century to early twentieth century. The collection depicts Smith's numerous field trips as a professor of Chemistry and Mineralogy at The University of Alabama from 1871-1913, and as State Geologist from 1873-1913.
Civil War diary of George S. Smith, sergeant in Company C of the 48th Ohio Regiment, covering his service in Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Florida, and Texas, 1863-65.
This collection contains a letter Mrs. H. C. Smith received from her mother about her brother's wishes for marriage. Her mother disapproves of his selection and will not acknowledge the couple and also states that presents will not be exchanged as times are hard.
Helena Smith writes a brief note to her sister-in-law, Anna, telling her things are going as planned.