Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject HeadingsScope Note: https://lccn.loc.gov/sh85105462
Found in 19 Collections and/or Records:
Alabama Power "Lighting the Way" postcards
Overview Postcards of pictures showing various aspects and areas of the company
Armstrong Family Western United States Trip Scrapbook
Overview Scrapbook created by a family in 1936, in a small, 3-ring binder after a family trip west, including postcards and other memorabilia.
William Charles Cravner papers
Overview Legal papers, correspondence, photos, geneology, sheet music, blueprints, sermons, postcards, and journals all related to the Cravner family.
Frederick A. Elmore 1906 University of Alabama Souvenir Postcard
Overview Souvenir postcard from 1906 with a University of Alabama embroidered UA pennant applique
Fitts and Alston Families Papers
Overview Papers, correspondence, and photographs from three generations of two Tuscaloosa, Alabama, families.
Dates: 1900 - 1966
George H. Denny Papers
Overview Letters from Denny to Professor J. M. Ward in Birmingham, Alabama, as well as a Christmas card, souvenir postcards, and a souvenir football program.
Gorff and Krahenbuhl Family Postcards
Overview Illustrated postcards addressed to George and Elizabeth Gorff in Ensley (Birmingham), Alabama, their two daughters, Gertrude and Margarete, and Elizabeth's family members who were residing with the Gorffs at the time.
Dates: 1907 - 1923
Grimes Family Papers, 1908 August 10 - 1919 August 24
File — Box 4251.001: , Folder: 1
Scope and Contents Lionel Grimes was a Marine in World War I, writing to his family in Cincinnati, Ohio, about daily events including guard duty of prisoners, purchasing war stamps, frequent sand storms, and practicing his shooting accuracy. The collection includes a poem and a small group of other correspondence.
Dates: 1908 August 10 - 1919 August 24
Steven Gross Panama Canal collection
Overview Memorabilia from the Panama Canal.
James Harry Cowan Collection
Scope and Contents Collection consists of one photographic album with sixty-two photographs of James Harry Cowan, a University of Alabama student from 1915 - 1918. Scenes include University athletes and sporting events, pre-game activities in front of Woods Hall, in Birmingham and Rickwood Park. Also contains newspaper clippings and memorabilia. The collection contains one card printed on one side with The University of Alabama Alma Mater and on the reverse side the song "God Save, Keep, and Hold Our Men," a...
Dates: 1915 - 1918
Stella Long Postcard Collection
Overview Postcards to and from this Hamilton, Ontario, Canada native, as well as to and from her family and friends. There are also delegate and guest tickets to the Republican National Conventions of 1908 and 1916 held in Chicago, Illinois, and a travel brochure from Havana, Cuba.
Freddie Lee McLendon postcard collection
Overview Postcards ranging in date from 1907 to 1923
Mrs. W. R. Logan Postcard, 1936 September 8
File — Box 4257.021: , Folder: 1
Scope and Contents Postcard from Mrs. W. R. Logan of Buhl, Alabama, to the National Bellas Hess and Company of New York, asking for a Fall and Spring (1936 and 1937) catalogue. The postcard depicts a colored drawing of Sorority Row, University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.
Dates: 1936 September 8
Overview Postcards collection depicting places from Alabama, United States, and around the world.
Dates: 1890 -1970
Reade family papers
Overview Materials from three generations of the Reade family
George Bernard Shaw postcard
Overview Postcard from George Bernard Shaw circa 1945
Dates: 1945 January 13
W. H. Peck Postcard, 1942 October 13
File — Box 4257.021: , Folder: 11
Scope and Contents Postcard from W. H. Peck of Tulsa, Oklahoma, to George H. Hodgkins of Portland, Maine, concerning some books Hodgkins has purchased. Peck assures him that they have not lost any packages sent to them in the last four years.
Dates: 1942 October 13
Wade Hall Postcard Collection
Overview Collection of postcards from around the US containing correspondence between friends and family
Mathew Winston Alabama Shakespeare Festival papers
Overview Papers, grant proposals, program guides, brochures, postcards, photographs and other materials from 1984 to 1986, concerning the Alabama Shakespeare Festival, originally based in Anniston, Alabama, and moved to Montgomery, Alabama, in 1985.