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Daily Life and Family

 Subject
Subject Source: Localbroad

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Folder 34, 1920s

 File — Box 1: [1006235666], Folder: folder 34
Identifier: Folder 34
Scope and Contents From the Collection: A collection of genealogical records.
Dates: 1920s

Folder 35, 1920s

 File — Box 1: [1006235666], Folder: folder 35
Identifier: Folder 35
Scope and Contents From the Collection: A collection of genealogical records.
Dates: 1920s

New accession: Box temp.86

 File — Box temp 86
Scope and Contents From the Collection: Two letters from Macon at Tuscaloosa to his father and sister in Jacksonville, both dated 1861, discussing his denied requests for furloughs home, and a letter from his father, Miles, to his son in Tuscaloosa, encouraging him to return home to join a local company being raised to fight in the Civil War. The collection also includes an 1878 obituary of Macon's father, Major Miles Abernathy.Addition received in 2012 includes one letter dated April 14, 1861, written by Macon to his...
Dates: 1861 - 1878

Thornhill: the story of a house: typescript, after 1900

 File — Box WSC001, Folder: W0129.12
Scope and Contents The unnamed author of this manuscript recounts over one hundred years of her family's history in this central Alabama home. She tells of family favorites and jealousies, fortunes and poverty, and through it all, their ties to the house.
Dates: after 1900

Wendell Willkie letter, 1940 February 10

 File — Box WSC001, Folder: W0129-10
Scope and Contents The collection contains a letter from Wendell L. Willkie, dated February 10, 1940, to John Calhoun Caldwell of Birmingham, Alabama. Willkie thanks Caldwell for commenting on an article Willkie wrote for Reader's Digest.
Dates: 1940 February 10