Love and Friendship
Subject Source: Local sources
Found in 33 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Correspondence between family and friends of the Bobb, Raymond, and Meyers families of Pennsylvania, Illinois, and Iowa. The letters date from 1873-1922, and most of them are written to Susie L. Meyers Bobb, who was likely also Susie L. Raymond.
Overview Letters written to and from Lt. Jack S. Butler and his wife, Maxine, in 1945, while he was stationed in Italy, and she was in Notasulga and Auburn, AL
Abstract The Cahill Family Papers consist of personal correspondence to and from Clyde M., Michael J., and Belle Mills Cahill of Ohio. Also included in the collection are receipts and miscellaneous financial documents.
File — Box 4257.002: , Folder: 30
Scope and Contents Letters written to Celeste Bussell, of Ballston, Saratoga County, New York, and Cambridgeport, Massachusetts, discussing friends and family.
Overview Letter written by a Uniontown, Alabama, businessman dated 29 April 1893, to his fiancée.
Dates: 1893 April 29
Abstract Diaries whose short entries provide information on the daily activities of this coed from Tuscaloosa, Alabama, member of Kappa Delta sorority, and 1916 University of Alabama graduate.
Collection — Box 3154: 
Overview Letters, written by Benjamin F. Eborn between 1884 and 1885 to his sweetheart (later his wife), Corinne Peteet Eborn. There are also other letters to Corinne from various family members, including her father, W.Y. Peteet, mother-in-law, Bettie Eborn, and her sister, Mary P. Jones.
Overview Contains correspondence letters of Jim Edwards written to his family and friends, mostly containing information about his daily life. Also contains his grade reports during his time at Miami University, 1934-1938.
Overview A copy book of letters, primarily to his fiance/wife, Maud Hoskinson of Weogufka, Coosa County, Alabama.
Overview Letters between Gilliland and his sweetheart (later wife) Josie, church materials from Trinity United Methodist Church in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, greeting cards, and photographs
Overview Compositions, scrapbooks, correspondence, and clippings of Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, Eddy Lanier King Gilmore, of Selma, Alabama, and his Russian-born wife, Tamara Kolb-Chernashovaya, a ballerina with the Bolshoi Ballet. The bulk of material is from the 1940s, 1950s and 1960s.
Dates: circa 1940 - 1967
Overview This collection contains letters from Walter Goodman in Holly Springs, Mississippi, to his sweetheart, Corinne Acklen, in Huntsville, Alabama, with hopes to see her soon.
Collection — Box 2009001.031: 
Overview Thirteen photographs depicting scenes of everyday activities in various places.
Collection — Box 2009001.031: 
Overview This collection consists of twelve photographs depicting people engaged in an everyday activities in Nebraska.
Collection — Box 2009001.033: 
Overview This collection consists of seventeen photographs depicting people engaged in everyday activities.
Dates: 1910 - 1915
Collection — Box 2009001.034: 
Overview This collection consists of six photographs depicting family during a Christmas holiday.
Collection — Box 2009001.034: 
Overview This collection consists of eleven photographs depicting people on a farm.
Overview A letter written by Harriman to Miss Harriet D. Mitchell, thanking her for a gesture of kindness, as well as a newspaper clipping from 19 April 1963.
Dates: 1941; 1963
Abstract Letter written from Pickens County, Alabama, to Elizabeth Boswell, discussing school, friends, and social life.
Dates: 1844 September 1
Abstract Includes a letter written from British Admiral Hood to Earl Cornwallis as a letter of introduction for a Mr. Bayard Including an engraving of Joshua Reynolds portrait of Hood, printed in 1831 and a clipping from newspaper with brief biography of Hood, circa 1900.
Dates: 1788-circa 1900
File — Box 4257.002: , Folder: 25
Scope and Contents Two letters, written by J.E. Burnham in New York City, New York, to his wife in Saco, Maine. In the first letter he tells her that the doctor holds out no hope for his mother, and in the second, written after his mother's death, expreseses how sad he is.
Overview A collection of letters sent to Elizabeth Harwood from friends, family, and others from 1934 to 1984. They deal primarily with personal lives of Elizabeth, her sister, her friends, and her first husband Richard. For more letters, see Donald and Betty Katz letters, mss_3666.
Dates: 1934-1984; Majority of material found within 1939 - 1942
Overview Diary of a teenage girl in Jasper, Alabama, during January and February of 1911.
Dates: 1911 January - February
Overview Tennessee resident Lavinia Heatherling Leinau's commonplace book, containing poetry and notes from friends
Dates: 1831 - 1879; Majority of material found within 1831 - 1836
Overview Courtship letters between Ira Keagy and Grace Lykens of Pennsylvania. There are also letters to Grace from several other pen pals.
Dates: 1905-1945; 1908-1913
File — Box 4257.003: , Folder: 11
Scope and Contents A letter from M. Levy of Geryville, Pennsylvania, to his friend Fred, telling him about his Fourth of July celebrations in Pennsburg, Pennsylvania.
Dates: 1904 July 5
File — Box 4257.004: , Folder: 1
Scope and Contents Contains a letter from Margaretta Imlay of Hamilton, Ohio, to John C. Imlay, in Zanesville, Ohio, on Christmas Day, 25 December 1811, telling him about the New Madrid earthquakes of December 1811. There is also a photocopied article and map pertaining to the earthquakes.
Dates: 1811 December 25
Overview Letters to Jennie Miller (Mrs. Earl Adams) of Shelby, Ohio, and Angola, Indiana, from friends and family
Overview Personal letters addressed to John M. "Jack" Potter, a Private and later Private First Class in the United States Marines, during his duration on Parris Island, North Carolina.
Abstract Correspondence written by and related to the Simmons family, primarily George Herman Simmons.
Dates: 1915 - 1947; Majority of material found within 1918 - 1922
Overview Two letters to Mary Torrey about her upcoming marriage
Overview Letters, recipes, and love poems, as well as her diary, written between 1857 and 1864 in Huntsville, Alabama, with her daily thoughts, favorite excerpts from literature and history, math problems, drawings of architecture, and problem solving.
Abstract Contains correspondence, photographs, financial records, and other materials, the majority of which are related to Willie T. White, who resided in Rockford, Birmingham, and Tuscaloosa, Alabama.